Makeup often smudges or runs at inconvenient times. Unless it's permanent makeup. At Eclipse Beauty, a technician injects a permanent hue of the client's choice into eyebrows, along eyelids, or around lips, and the shade stays put. The technician uses similar techniques to diminish the appearance of scars. Plus, the staff performs some standard spa services, such as microdermabrasion treatments and eyebrow threading.
Surrounded by the chic environs of Studio 101, Marchelle Coit clips and colors her clients hair amidst shimmering golden-striped walls and cool freestanding stylist stations. Following a consultation to determine the best cut for lifestyle, hair texture, and feelings about that one scene in G.I. Jane, Coit cuts, colors, and styles hair, sending them out with a hip, voluminous new style.
At Mena & Co. Salon, owner Filomena Nault draws on two decades of experience in the beauty industry and specialized training in keratin, Difiaba color, and haircuts to beautify and nourish client's tresses. In addition to embellishing dos with expert coloring and natural hair extensions, salon and spa professionals also cleanse complexions with Aveda facials.
Like a cup of coffee with cream swirling through it, Glam A Perfect 10 intoxicates the senses with taupe walls interrupted by milk-white accents. Against this backdrop, yet set apart by soft lighting, aesthetician Tiffany Oliveira performs her many services. She waxes away unwanted hair, brightens complexions and softens fine lines with custom facials, and glides diamond-tipped microdermabrasion wands across skinscapes to whisk away dead, dull cells, boost collagen production, and reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation. Her chemical peels, on the other hand, use PCA Skin products and come with a take-home care kit to help aid the healing process. Elsewhere in the salon, hairstylists cut overgrown locks and nail technicians paint fingertips with chip-resistant CND Shellac polish to complete a makeover or change patrons’ appearances to no longer resemble their “Wanted” poster.
Massage by Amy's resident massage therapist aims to bring inner peace and health to clients via the art of massage therapy. Drawing on more than five years of experience, she glides her trained strokes over bodies during rejuvenating sessions that melt stress and unknot muscles. Amy also incorporates soothing aromatherapy, hot stones, and hot potatoes into massages for further relaxation.
Brittany is a triple threat in the beauty world with skills as a hairstylist, makeup artist, and waxing specialist. Her coloring services include cutting-edge designs, such as hot pink and purple highlights, and all-over bold red hues. She cuts, colors, applies lipstick, and waxes inside Noelle's Place.