Given Salon Sol's name, the space is fittingly illuminated with natural light from from large front windows. A warm shade of yellow also covers the salon's walls and cabinetry. Amid these cozy accents, skilled stylists renovate tresses with hair treatments aided by products from Bosley, Pureology, Enjoy, American Crew, and Moroccanoil. The salon also offers invigorating facials, which penetrate deep into pores to rid the skin of dirt and grime, along with waxing and threading. In addition, Salon Sol pampers guests with mani-pedis, each of which come with a complimentary reflexology treatment.
Often armed with products from AG Hair and Marrakesh, Ingrid Hernandez expands on cutting and coloring by specializing in hair extensions. She hails from Los Angeles, where style reigns supreme, and she has done her part to keep her clients' hair looking fresh and modern. Within Salon Sol's cozy confines––whose dark, hardwood floors contrast with beige styling stations and black-leather salon chairs––Ingrid continues to cultivate new looks with treatments such as Brazilian blowouts.
Deniez Surofchy has spent the last eight years solving all of her clients’ hair-related problems, including overgrown locks, dull hair color, and stubborn frizz. She offers a diverse array of services, from ombre color and hair extensions to facial threading and makeup application. And the clientele she works with is just as diverse, as she speaks Farsi, Turkish, and Azeri along with English. When not crafting new hairstyles, she teaches professionals-in-training how to cut and color properly at the Paul Mitchell school.
Studio A Salon's name may stop at the first letter of the alphabet, but its lengthy treatment menu encompasses a full slate of services for the hair and skin. Women and men alike are welcome at the sunny salon in the heart of University City, where stylists craft contemporary hairstyles with Pureology and Paul Mitchell products. Friendly chatter permeates the salon floor throughout the day, but there's also a private room reserved for waxing, back facials, and being alone with your feelings.
DryBar is a chic spot in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center that is a lively and fun place to get gussied up for a night on the town. Professional hairstylists get creative, offering updos, sleek and smooth locks, loose curls, that messy beach hair look, more volume or an entirely new look. Guests are indulged with a shampoo and head massage before the hair dryers are revved up. Patrons sit in swirling white chairs, sipping champagne and watching romantic comedies and chick flicks on flatscreens, while chatting away with their stylists or neighboring new drybar pals. Former PR woman and hair stylist, Alli Webb launched the business in LA in 2010 and it’s spread like wildfire, proving that women like the idea of “No cuts, No color, Just Blowouts” for under 50 bucks.
Video-game consoles and televisions tuned to the clients choice of popular programs and games take a starring role at cutsngames, a salon and barbershop that lets the stylist focus on hair while the patron focuses on having a good time. As guests rack up points or score bonus points in games, the staff cuts, styles, and otherwise tends to hair while a fleet of TVs provides narrative entertainment.