Ellis Hair Salon makes coloring treatments a priority. Headed by colorist Manisha—who's been styling and coloring hair since 2004—Ellis uses a number of organic products from All-Nutrient Organics. A natural base of vegetable oil and keratin creates new hair colors without a reliance on harsh chemicals or magic markers that smell weird. Additionally, Manisha can keep her clients looking sharp and fashionable by trimming untidy strands or by straightening locks with keratin treatments.
Stylists at Elite Edge Hair Salon cut and color the manes of male and female clients, realizing the style goals laid out in a complimentary personal consultation. Behind their sleek leather styling chairs, stylists carefully weave So.Cap hair extensions in more than 81 different colors and three different textures, which last for up to six months. They also coat unruly strands with keratin straightening treatments, which work to keep hair as smooth as the freestyle raps of an audiobook narrator.
Experienced stylist Karen Steele steers Hair Kare 10, where she revamps looks with the help of products from brands including amika and Redken. In addition to waxing faces and administering foil highlights and texturizing treatments, she creates new cuts for men, women, and children.
Eyelash extensions. Bridal makeup. Customized facials. Those are just a handful of the services the professionals of Ooh So Pretty Salon and Spa use to make the world a prettier place. Inside their beauty emporium (which is located inside the Phenix Salon Suites), stylists snip locks into modern styles or add complementary streaks of violet or pink. Like an erasable pen, chemical peels help reduce the appearance of fine lines and aestheticians remove unwanted fuzz with body waxing form face to feet.
Pictures of classically beautiful women, including Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe, line the walls at the newly opened Sliice Hair Salon. Stylists here specialize in cut and color services, and pour their attention into up-dos for special occasions such as weddings and formal sleepovers. The salon also offers long-lasting Brazilian and Japanese hair-straightening treatments—the latter of which leaves hair smooth, straight, and shiny for up to 12 months.
Maria Guasta started cosmetology school in her junior year of high school and earned her license before she even graduated. When she turned 23, she bought Savage Hair International and devised her own training program for the stylists she hired, sculpting manes for Broadway productions and New York Fashion Week in the meantime. Two decades later, this style prodigy turned beauty-industry veteran continues to develop her salon and personally train each of her stylists, equipping them with products by Schwarzkopf and MoroccanOil. In her spare time, she spreads her instructional talents beyond her salon's walls as an educator with the Rusk creative team, teaching other stylists how to forge stylish haircuts without actually lowering their clients' ears.