Armed with more than a decade's worth of styling experience, Mancini de Paris guides his team of stylists and technicians as they pamper patrons from head to toe. Staffers administer services ranging from haircuts to pedicures with brand-name products from companies including Dermalogica, Redken, and Goldwell. The salon area houses blue chairs for patrons to relax in as stylists wash, snip, color, perm, and talk to hair, and the dedicated spa area features plush pedicure chairs and private treatment rooms with linen-draped massage tables.
Kim was already cutting hair at age 3. Although back then she was snipping her Barbies' strands, she's since moved on to cutting, coloring, and styling life-sized tresses. Today, Kim has more than 20 years of experience and a flurry of ongoing education courses under her belt. She draws on this knowledge while working at Bellissima Salon, where she boosts clients' confidence and beauty with the aid of products from Redken, Kevin Murphy, and Simply Smooth.
Signature service: Phylicia H. Sheean
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Brands Used: Protect Dignity and Safety
Pro Tip: We are approachable, collective, cool, calm and [create a] tranquil environment, with [a] focus on respect
Signature Service: Neuromuscular Reprogramming
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 16
Pro Tip: Enter the doors near the Shelter Bay Cafe, take the elevator up one floor, and turn left to Ste. 225.
Ash Sud bought dozens of cardboard boxes and rolls of packing tape for his short move across town. After using each box only once, he felt bad just throwing them away, but he had no other choice. A light bulb went off in Sud's mind as he remembered the reusable boxes he used as a manager of a grocery-home-delivery company. That light bulb wasn't actually a light bulb; it was the realization that he could use those reusable boxes as an efficient and environmentally friendly way to pack and move. Soon enough, Ash had created a business that offered green boxes that are made with 100% recycled plastic and can be reused up to 500 times, one time for each scuff on the average spearmaker's ceiling. Sud's company, ZippGo, quickly earned attention after its inception in 2009 and has been mentioned by Mashable and Mother Nature Network, which noted the company was a finalist in the 2010 Sustainable Brands Innovation Open. ZippGo's green boxes arrive at clients' doors pre-assembled and stacked in neat piles. Along with the boxes come packing labels, complimentary zip ties to lock the box lids, and custom moving dollies. Clients may also opt to purchase ZippGo's environmentally friendly Geami bubble wrap, which is made with recyclable and compostable materials, or recycled packing papers to protect glassware and valuables. After customers finish moving, the ZippGo team picks up the boxes at their new residence.
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