The professional hair stylists and aestheticians of Zaza Beauty help patrons to locate beauty products to spruce up any glam-enhancing routine for hair, faces, bodies, and nails. OPI nail polish coats talons in fetching hues usually only seen on tropical birds and super-sized crayon boxes ($8.50), and a 17-ounce bottle of Hempz lotion moisturizes parched skin, infusing it with a soft and subtle scent ($17.95). Dermalogica clean-start kits house everyday facial-care necessities designed to cleanse, moisturize, and protect skin from the sun’s judgmental gaze ($18). Zaza Beauty stocks oodles of prettifying products in an open boutique layout, which diminishes the occurrence of ferocious bobby-pin onslaughts common in more cluttered shops. Patrons can seek prettification seven days a week and can also explore Zaza's salon and spa menu (not valid with this Groupon).
Megan Jeffery began her styling career six years ago—not coincidentally around the same time that hairstyles in Westlake began to get more interesting. Megan eventually made her way to Jamie’s Hair Design and Day Spa in Thousand Oaks, where today she continues to cut and style hair on her own terms.
Though she can fashion hair into nearly any style imaginable, Megan specializes in coloring and keratin treatments. She uses formaldehyde-free blowouts to smooth away frizz, enhance shine, and oust any forest critters hiding in curlier patches of hair. Megan keeps good company at Jamie’s, sharing the 5,000-square-foot space with a staff of expert stylists, beauticians, and massage therapists.
At Oasis Day Spa and Salon, Sheila Nami draws on 35 years of experience and two different hair-straightening methods to create runway-ready looks. Brazilian Blowouts loosen curls and subdue frizz with a potent blast of protein that coats each strand. Similarly, the CHI Transformation System smooths tresses without ammonia by running them across ceramic heat, negative ions, and a jazz musician's saxophone. Sheila also sculpts 'dos with haircuts and imbues them with vibrant Matrix hair colors.
Earthly Body's collection of natural, vegan, and paraben-free skincare and bodycare products has caught the eye of an array of media outlets, such as Allure and Lucky magazines, with its hydrating hemp-oil bases and cruelty-free lineup. Candles melt into a candle pot with wax that can also be used as a warm massage oil, postcleansing moisturizer, or elbow cream for dry pet elephants. Earthly Body’s haircare line, Marrakesh, infuses each tendril-smoothing solution with Moroccan argan oil and three signature scents (original, High Tide, and Dreamsicle) to bolster frizz-free manes. Mineral-based makeups dust across facescapes without the harsh chemicals or pore-clogging guilt found in animal-tested products.
Whether her clients are headed to a decisive job interview or a romantic, Maryam Talash knows that a healthy part of their self-confidence comes from their stylish hairdos. With that in mind, she's able to spruce up staid strands with services that range from simple cuts and colors to Brazilian blowouts and extensions. Maryam is well-versed in the styling needs of all types of hair, and strives to make each of her clients feel as pampered as they are respected. Her services unfold at Bella Gente, where bright-white pendant lights shine over the studio's small sea of stylist stations.
Bree Edgell—the "B.E." in B.E Gorgeous Hair—became a hairstylist for one reason: to make people look and feel beautiful. Although Bree is particularly deft at styling men's hair and performing women's coloring treatments, she's also well-versed in a variety of other styling techniques. She escorts outmoded coiffures into the 21st century by shearing away long tresses for the punk pixie look, or by filling beehive hairdos with remote-control bees.