Mena & Co. Salon’s savvy stylists restore luster to frizzy or damaged hair with a shine restoring and hydrating Difiaba Luminessence treatment. Difiaba's formula infuses hair with amino acids and protein, smoothing frizz and combating damage from sun or volcano exposure. The treatment may help lock in hair color and can boost shine for up to five weeks. After the treatment, staff blow-dry patrons' newly supple hair and style it to mimic their favorite Charlotte’s Web character.
Sixteen years in the hair industry means a lot of scissor time, bowls of hair dye, and pin curls. That is Sonia Padilla’s world. As a master stylist and color specialist who keeps up with current techniques, she transforms clients’ hair into chic styles and executes trends from simple bobs to vibrant red coifs and blunt bangs. Her keratin treatments leave hair soft, shiny, and smooth, and her updos prepare clients for proms and half-birthday parties.
Hairstylist Crystal Rhoades skillfully sculpts scalp weeds into the subtle curves, razored edges, and gradual fades requested by her clients. Feminine tresses wallow in shampoo before or after each haircut, and then they luxuriate in a gentle scalp massage that prevents them from tensing up and rising from the head in a sunburst pattern. Rhoades cuts through cowlicks and split ends in patterns specified by hair owners, crafting attractive coiffures before blow-drying, flat-ironing, or curling each mop. Crystal also trims and tames masculine manes and gladly uses hair products and a blow dryer if requested.
At Serenity Face & Body, skin-savvy aestheticians have rejuvenated anatomies and their covers for more than a decade, employing an array of coddling techniques amid a floral motif. Designed to address each face’s particular conditions and each pore's desire to visit the Louvre, the one-hour European facial thoroughly cleanses, exfoliates, and steams the head’s bone blanket. If necessary, an aesthetician performs extractions to de-clog pores before assuaging the neck and shoulders with a tension-relieving massage. The facial wraps up with a refreshing mask and a moisturizer that leaves countenances as soft and brilliant as Stephen Hawking in a silk bathrobe.
Salon owner and stylist "Downtown" Laura Brown and her talented staff pamper guests from follicle to foot in a fun, inviting atmosphere in the heart of downtown Modesto. The salon's certified scissor wielders take their time to listen to their client's hairy desires and craft personalized cuts and colors. Prices for a cut start at $45 but vary depending on hair length, thickness, and stubbornness. The salon also offers all-over color ($55+), highlights ($65+), and tri weaves ($95+), although Starlite makeovers remain subject to the availability of rainbow-vapor dye. Get your priorities crooked with a perm ($65+), or drench thirsty tendrils with a deep-conditioning treatment ($30+). For a special night out on the town, ask the ladies at Valin for a blow-dry and style ($30+) with a makeup application ($35+). Though there is no such thing as a perfect shape in nature, brides and prom-goers can have hair sculpted into a sphere that's been calculated by multiplying pi by the cube of the radius then multiplying again by four and dividing by three.