In 1973, Richard Nixon was president, Schoolhouse Rock! premiered, and Axios Salon was doing exactly what they do now––forming tresses into face-flattering cuts with bold color highlights. Drawing on these 40 years of experience, the salon has made many innovations, venturing into the realm of Japanese hair straightening, Mizani relaxer treatments, and Hair-Loc extensions. Axios's stylists are also fully licensed and offer fluency in multiple languages such as Greek, Spanish, and Haitian.
Sweety Beauty Salon has the basics covered. Haircuts, bold color, and facial and body waxing options have their slots on the service menu. However, its stylists and aestheticians also delve into more specialized territory. They offer refreshing facials, facial threading, and eyelash extensions. In addition, they adorn clients' skin with henna tattoos, which showcase the exquisite detail of the Indian body art form.
The staffers at Vital Image Salon beautify clients' skin and hair—without the aid of harsh chemicals. During keratin smoothing treatments, stylists douse hair in Peter Coppola Keratin Complex, which calms frizz and flyaways without a trace of formaldehyde. Similarly, staffers bestow clients' skin with a healthy, bronze glow using SunFX products, which use all-natural ingredients and—like a carrot costume that's been sitting in the attic for far, far too long—won't look orange.
Signature Service: Hair extensions and color correction
Brands Used: Wella, Moroccan Oil , Sexy Hair, Keratherapy, L'Oreal
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
The stylists at Beau'Vous Salon aren't ones to rest on their professional laurels. There's always something new to learn and, in that spirit, they take continuing education classes every week. This keeps their skills sharp for the men's and women's salon treatments they provide; in addition to hair, the team also maintains skin and nails, performing manicures, pedicures, facials, and waxing.
Beau'Vous Salon's aestheticians recognize that their skills can do more than just beautify clients: they can, in some small way, change lives. For the Beau'Vous Project, the stylists encourage their clientele to nominate deserving women of all ages who are experiencing economic crisis. Each year, a few of these young women receive complimentary formal hair styling and makeup for prom or other special events. The salon also works with the Family Service League to help struggling mothers prep for job interviews with free, professional salon services.