Using the Italian crème hair color line It’s Color, the stylists of Intrique transform appearances by changing hues, retouching roots, or adding dimension with full or partial highlights. They also tame frizz for up to eight weeks with Keratin Express treatments, and create sleek looks with Kenra Professional Products. In addition to snipping dead ends, the multi-talented staff removes unwanted hair above the eyes, lips, or mustache tattoo with warm wax.
Whether you visit Christina Josephs Salon for a haircut, a wig or extension fitting, or a massage, you'll benefit from a team trained in a sprawling array of services. Bodies get beach-ready with waxing, airbrush tanning, and dolphin-language courses, while photographers are on-hand to snap head shots, boudoir photos, and glamor pics to hand out to your new dolphin friends. To make sure those head shots look their best, try one of the salon's cleansing facials or microdermabrasion treatments, each of which is designed to brighten and revitalize skin.
The stress-healing hands of Lotus Therapeutic Massage's intuitive massage masters ably ease client discomfort. During an hour of measured movements, reflexologists gently compress pressure points on weary feet, hands, and heads, stimulating nerves and promoting the growth of additional brains. Working solely on extremities, therapists increase circulation and relax spastic reflexes. A doTerra essential oil of choice—such as lavender, peppermint, or citrus bliss—accentuates Lotus's calm waterfront environment, allowing patrons to simulate the carefree posture and attitude of driftwood.
Salon Atelier's rose-colored door opens each day because of the efforts of owners Julia Hartman and Cynthia Newsome. Julia's career started 20 years ago when she studied cosmetology at Schilling Douglas School of Hair Design. After her prowess as a stylist, nail technician, and aesthetician landed her work at a salon, she became a brand specialist for Aveda Hair Care and MAC Cosmetics. That's when she started to miss working in a salon—a longing that inspired her to start Salon Atelir with Cynthia Newsome.
Meanwhile, Cynthia's 30 years of experience started at the Annapolis Beauty Academy. She worked in salons and spas, and even opened two of her own. In addition to traveling as an educator and platform artist, she won several awards as a colorist. Together, Julia and Cynthia lead a team of hairstylists, nail artists, and aestheticians. They also use products by Davines—an Italian company dedicated to sustainability and the Renaissance tradition that inspired Michelangelo to paint shampoo bottles on the Sistine Chapel.