Ever since she was a child, Amber Marie wanted to work with hair. Her childhood memories are filled with instances of giving her dolls makeovers, hairdos, and haircuts, which planted the seeds of a fruitful career nurtured with determination and doll-hair clippings. She has made those memories a reality as a stylist at Ringolevio Salon, where she tends to guests with a practiced skill. Her personalized touches include head massages and hot towel treatments that serve to augment the inherent relaxation of receiving a haircut or color treatment.
For 25 years, Ringolevio Salon?s stylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists have been reviving appearances and recharging spirits inside a clean and modern studio space. While stylists combine their creativity and skill to craft haircuts that range from classic to cutting-edge, colorists design brilliant new hair hues using all-vegan Pureology products. Aestheticians combat blemishes, acne, and age spots with classic European facials, oxygen-therapy facials, and glycolic-acid treatments, and even offer teeth whitening to ensure newly even complexions aren't diminished by yellowed grins. As for the massage therapists, they pander to tight muscles and tense minds with a host of modalities that includes hot stone and reflexology and will gladly customize an aromatherapy treatment based on the client's favorite scents and number of noses.
Salon Flux's staff spiffs up strands with traditional and trendy techniques in an intimate salon space. A stylist attaches each trio of avian-inspired tufts with a micro-link bead, which generally remains adhered to the hair for about six weeks. During that time, clients can continue their usual routine of shampooing, styling, or stuffing locks under a bald cap without damaging the extensions. Waiting customers sip on complimentary refreshments as they browse a large selection of magazines or read aloud to excited tresses. Removal of the extensions is complimentary, and though re-attachment is not included in this Groupon, patrons can swing by Salon Flux for a bead re-installation ($5).
Every time Jubilee Hair Studio's stylists consider a client's face shape, hair texture, and skin tone, they draw upon experience honed on two continents. Educated in both Europe and the United States at such training academies as Toni & Guy, Bumble and bumble, and Sassoon, they pride themselves on keeping pace with international trends. This attentiveness has sharpened the stylists' expertise with short styles, earning the salon a place in 7x7's list of Four SF Salons Specializing in Short Cuts. It's also enhanced their color work—when not at the salon, owner Jubilee uses her skills to teach color classes for TIGI or apply vibrant highlights to washed-out rainbows.
The stylists of Mike Page Style Lab embrace both classic and creative looks, using professional-grade products from Goldwell and Oribe during cut and color services. But beautiful hair isn't all you'll see here. The modern, all-white space also rotates art and furniture from contemporary designers that give the interior a pop of color.
The team at Follicle Hair Salon sculpts ‘dos to suit each client’s features and personality. Services include men’s and women’s cuts, as well as gray coverage for guys and updos for ladies. They also specialize in human-hair extensions and keratin treatments that defrizz hair, leaving it silky, smooth, and shiny.