Although the stylists and aestheticians at Corey’s Salon and Spa are each experts of style and color, they don’t rest on their laurels. Each member of the team participates in industry training to stay up to speed on emerging trends and uncharted color techniques. This dedication to excellence reveals itself with smooth, consistent color and haircuts. In addition to staying on top of the latest in haircuts and color treatments, Corey's offers waxing, spray-tanning, and makeup services, as well as eyelash and hair extensions.
Robin Drolla Melancon and her staff pride themselves on handling any emergency that pops up at Nola Hair Salon. Her stylists have performed hair and makeup for six bridesmaids that needed to be wedding-ready by noon, and have squeezed in a shampoo and blowout at 7 p.m. for a businesswoman who had just gotten off a plane from Singapore and had a late dinner meeting. They also handle problem hair with keratin treatments and skin with Nerium anti-aging creams, which rely on the Nerium oleander plant to fight wrinkles.
Located inside the My Salon Suite building in Kenner, The Beauty Loft is owned by Jamie Humphreys, a licensed stylist who specializes in creative color services and fashion-forward cuts. Come in for a Moroccanoil conditioning treatment, get wildly colored highlights, or get an updo for a special occasion. The Beauty Loft has a relaxed vibe, and Jamie lavishes each person sitting in the styling chair with personal attention.
Quiana Martin adss length and fullness to hair by weaving, braiding, or bonding real or synthetic extensions close to the scalp. She also improves the health of natural hair by infusing strands with moisture and cutting away split ends. In addition, Quiana enhances facial features with makeup and eyelash extensions and removes unwanted hair on the chin, above the lips, and around the eyebrows.
Salon Maia owner Melissa Maia and makeup artist Kelly LeBlanc specialize in making brides' wedding-day visions a reality. The duo performs on-location, preceremony transformations and has collaborated on bridal showcases for New Orleans Bride magazine. Within the magazine's pages, Maia and Leblanc have offered tips for brides-to-be, such as trying out a variety of lipstick colors, deep-conditioning hair six weeks before the wedding, and securing updos with a hairspray that is specifically designed to repel rice.
Within the art-covered, bright blue and white walls of the salon itself, Maia and her team of stylists nourish clients' hair with high-quality products. They use the Pureology and Redken lines to cleanse, condition, and color, and the sought-after Agadir Argan oil spray treatment to repair and protect damaged strands.
Owner Lauren Moulton has more than 30 years salon experience, which she uses to guide and motivate Salon J-Elle?s team of stylists, nail technicians, and makeup artists. Even with all the responsibility of salon ownership, Lauren considers herself a stylist first and often can be found on the floor cutting hair or assisting other staff members. In addition to haircuts and color, the salon also offers nourishing Moroccanoil treatments and Brazilian Blowout Zero keratin hair-smoothing treatments within bright-blue and turquoise walls.