Moore Hair Design's staff of savvy stylists keep their brains stuffed with up-to-date haircare trends, providing a variety of follicle fashioning and coloring services fit for the modern head and the hair attached to it. Cuts for women ($35–$50), men ($20–$32), and kids ($15–$25) include a sudsy shampoo and a blow-dry, and brides to be can pop into the shop for a formal styling ($70–$90). Wielding Infiniti by Affinage, an Italian hair-coloring product, Moore's team performs custom coloring procedures, from a partial foil ($75–$90) to a single-process color ($65–80 for women, $40–$65 for men). The Moroccanoil blowout ($28) straightens out uncooperative scalp squatters, which have been known to suddenly grow in every direction at once if not given a proper styling.
Salon Rutted’s expertly trained stylists, aestheticians, and nail technicians coax patrons’ inner beauty to the surface with botanical-based Aveda products and pampering services. Hair artisans craft modern ‘dos with haircuts, deep-conditioning treatments, and complexion-complementing color as clients relax in cushy black chairs. Sunny yellow walls set the mood for bliss-inducing mani-pedis and moisture-bolstering paraffin treatments, which leave hands softer than a teddy bear’s velour bathrobe.
Each of Salt Lake City Bikram Yoga's instructors have completed Bikram Choudhury's intensive nine-week training course with the goal of sharing the celebrated yogi's 26-pose practice with others. Between the punchy orange hues and wall-spanning mirrors, the hardwood-floored studio provides a fresh air system that fills the room with hot and humid oxygenated air. This atmosphere helps even the tightest muscles sink deeply into therapeutic stretches while detoxifying the body. The sweat-inducing practice accommodates students of all experience levels, fostering an inclusive space for beginners and experts alike to bolster their strength and flexibility. Post perspiration, yogis can refresh in the shower facilities and nurture their souls at the complimentary spirit-animal watering station.
In addition to the usual work of a stylist—cutting, coloring, and styling—Holly Olsen helps clients who have lost their hair regain natural-looking manes. For more than 15 years, she's practiced hair-replacement techniques, gaining experience in Squire Natural, Apollo, and Life Like hair systems. This specialty allows Holly to marry her passion for hairstyling with her desire to help people. Of course, she's also eager to enhance her clients' beauty with a variety of services, including cuts, colors, weaves, and extensions. She stocks her styling station with Pureology and Moroccanoil products, which leave hair as soft and sweet-smelling as a recently laundered cinnamon roll.
Annie O'Connor knows a thing or two about vanquishing frizz and unruly curls. The Liscio-certified stylist has been straightening manes every week for the last six years?it?s her main service?and even guarantees each appointment.
But her skill set doesn?t stop there. The graduate of the University of Utah?s College of Fine Arts and the Aveda Institute also cuts strands into face-framing layers and adds new hues with highlights. In addition, she helps brides prepare for their big day with chic updos, photo-worthy makeup, and reassuring pats on the head.
Whether their coifs are composed of ringlets, waves, or coils,?clients can rest easy knowing their hair is in Rebecca Hennessy's hands. The DevaCurl-trained stylist specializes in working with naturally curly manes. She trims or transforms tresses at CURLosity, dry-cutting corkscrew locks individually and pampering locks with moisture-rich products. Although Rebecca's passion is spiral strands, she works with all hair types, offering services such as basic cuts, nourishing deep-conditioning treatments, and?multidimensional color, which holds better than finicky transdimensional color from the future.