The Parlor Salon and Spa serves as the official styling center for the Milwaukee Bucks Energee! dance team, administering tress-to-toe glamor with a talented team of aestheticians and a full line of Aveda products. Haircuts ($16+) combine a shampoo and styling to condition and manage manes before teleporting them to the lighter side of the spectrum with highlighting services ($65+). Enhance digit decorum with a spa manicure ($29+) and pedicure ($44+), or bring epidermal terrain to infant smoothness with facial ($11+) or body waxing ($18+). A full list of facials rounds out the beautification menu with airbrush tanning ($16+) available for bronzing backsides and counterfeit Grammys.
Tammy Tomasini's freshman year of high school brought an unwelcome gift: frequent migraines and tension headaches. When she got her first facial, she found that those headaches began to evaporate. Tammy realized that aesthetic services' relaxing properties were as valuable as their treatment of skin issues. At that moment, she knew she would become an aesthetician. Her specialties include facials and microdermabrasion treatments that work to shrink large pores, smooth fine lines, and even out skin tones. Additionally, Tammy's waxing services clean up eyebrows, remove unwanted hair from legs, and get rid of splinters in peg legs.
Stylist and certified color specialist Deanna believes color treatments should do more than change the hair?s appearance; they should improve hair overall. After 12 years and multiple color classes, she has become certified in Scruples hair-color techniques, which are designed to get hair glowing with vibrant reds, brunettes, and blondes while infusing strands with silicone conditioners and safeguarding hair against sunlight by absorbing UV rays. In addition to her high-end hair services, Deanna also primps nails with mani-pedis and artificial nail applications.
Lori Baumann, owner of Tangerine Hair Salon, and her experienced staff mold manes with products by Alterna, Redken, and Sojourn. The spacious salon achieves a trendy, urban feel with slate-blue walls, black polished floors, and track lighting. When guests arrive, plush zebra-print chairs greet their backsides while a coffee pot cheerfully percolates beneath an orange and gold floral painting. Stylists craft new 'dos at stations equipped with full-length mirrors and topped with exotic flowers. When they aren't performing haircuts, adding highlights, or curling locks, they subdue frizzy tresses with smoothing treatments and commands shouted in German.
Great Clips harnesses the vast resources of a national salon chain to provide personalized, professional styling services to follicle frolickers. Highly trained hair tamers tame wild wigs and also serve as style guides through the often-intimidating tonsorial jungle, answering clients' questions about hair trends and maintenance. The stylish snipping ($13) gets started after a warm shampoo and rinse ($5) cleans scalps and washes away the melodies of musical comedies stuck in hair. Walk-ins are welcome.
Under the direction of board-certified physician Kathleen Blocher, Crossings provides a wide range of skin-rejuvenating and aesthetic-enhancing services. Opt for laser hair reduction to zap stubborn fuzz on the lip ($240 value), chin ($240 value), cheek ($300 value), underarms ($300 value), or bikini line ($375 value). The trio of sessions takes place over three visits, and all sessions must target the same area. An intense pulsed light is used to heat follicles, a method designed to disable hair-growing cells, significantly reduce hair growth over time, and curb the unwanted attention of amorous gorillas. Crossings recommends between four and six treatments for optimal results.