A lot of the inspiration for Organica Fashion Hair Salon came from the refrigerator. The salon's owners saw that people had changed the way the looked at diet—making the switch to healthy and organic foods—and felt a similar shift was needed in beauty care. At Organica Fashion Hair Salon, stylists sculpt and color hair, and aestheticians administer facials and soothing mani-pedis. Regardless of the chosen service, the beauty experts employ organic products from brands such as DermOrganic.
Moda Salon owner Jacinthe Coulombe, or "JC" as she's known at the salon, believes in continuing education, which makes sense considering she's trained with prestigious stylists that include Antonio DaCosta Rocha. Her hand-picked team of stylists and technicians are constantly learning about their trade and acquiring new skills that help them cut, style, and texturize hair. Between the expansive salon's blue walls, stylists makes use of products from Moroccanoil, Schwarzkopf, and Redken to tint locks and tame flyaways, while aestheticians tend to skin with facials and waxing treatments.
The hair, the face, and the body: the team at Bardot Salon & Spa has the entirety of clients covered when it comes to making them feel beautiful and relaxed. They skillfully assess current hair and skin conditions before rejuvenating appearances with haircuts, color treatments, blowouts, facials, spray tans, and manicures. But it's not enough for them to lean on their skill and experience—they also sling high-quality professional products by Wella, OPI, and MensDept. to amp up services.
Twenty years in the styling business has shown Anushka Gungor that color processes often have adverse effects on the hair and body. That's why after comparing various products in terms of gray coverage, longevity, and texture, she's made the decision to work solely with products that are organic, vegan, and fully biodegradable.
In the comfort of her eponymous hair studio, all can seek her expertise for bold highlights and confident layers, as well as reconstructive conditioning treatments that improve strands.
Linda Alfieri has been working in the hair-replacement industry for more than 30 years, but her destiny in the field was first forged even earlier. Her father, Charles Alfieri, was a renowned industry expert who developed a signature lace-front hairpiece. Now an expert in her own right, Linda has appeared on NBC 6 Miami and CBS 12 News to discuss her life-changing hair-replacement services and has worked with plastic surgeons, oncologists, and patients with alopecia and lupus.
Inside her salon, Linda and her team can custom design a kosher custom human-hair wig or recommend an appropriate salon treatment for thinning tresses. Alfieri has also created her own line of haircare products, including a silk-protein shampoo that helps rebalance the hair’s pH level and a holding spray that can help hair resist humidity and hold its favorite yoga pose for hours.
London, Paris, and New York. These are just some of the global beauty capitals where Salon Sima's hairstylists have trained––including owner and master colorist Sima Sara. To organize the breadth of talent on display at the salon, its hairstylists have been divvied into two categories: Platform 1 and Platform 2. Collectively, the team can perform nearly any hair miracle its clients can come up with, from hand painting sultry balayage highlights to smoothing strands with a nourishing Kérastase treatment.
Off the salon floor, nail technicians are also hard at work polishing clients’ looks and fingertips with CND Shellac, OPI, or Essie polishes. Regardless of what service brings clients to the salon, before they leave they can peruse the lobby’s black shelves, which hold bottles of beauty products from Pureology, Redken, and Kérastase.