There's enough fluttering of eyelashes going on inside of LUXE LASH Studios to land an airplane or start a stadium wave. Lash extensions are the marquee service, and it shows: the staff offers mink, faux-mink, silk, and traditional lashes, and they apply them by hand with surgical-grade adhesives and sterilized equipment. They provide lash extensions and touch-ups, as well as other cosmetic services?from anti-aging peels to waxing?that surround lashes with an equally beautiful face.
Creations Salon owner Lynnell Darby leads a staff of experienced stylists in cutting, coloring, and coiffing tresses with acclaimed salon products that include Paul Mitchell and Pureology. Clients kick back and savor a complimentary beverage as their hair basks in deep hydration alongside skin-flattering color or dimension-boosting highlights before the strand sculpting begins. Unlike the copycat styles and unyielding salad bowls used in a typical salon, Creations' stylists approach each head of tresses as a unique canvas, taking both fashion trends and individual face shape into account to forge a one-of-a-kind 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.
Joseph’s Hair Designs ensures its stylists stay au courant with the latest techniques for crafting chic new looks to flatter all kinds of faces. Attentive stylist Ashlee begins with a consultation to assess her clients' most fondly held hairstyle wishes before cleansing tresses and artfully shaping overgrown locks into keratin-based masterpieces ($18 for men; $30 for women). Joseph’s mane tamers employ Enzo Bonaffini's Bloom Shear, an exclusive three-bladed scissor that gives tresses a fashionable straight-razor sheared look while decreasing time spent on blowouts and otherwise forcing hair to say uncle. Clients may schedule any additional treatments, including color, weave, or blow-dry services, at a 15% discount, ensuring hair looks its best for your world-record attempt at longest french-braiding conga line.
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.