Cashmere Salon and Day Spa refers to its clients as the Cashmere family, a fitting pseudonym both because of the facility's welcoming atmosphere and because the beauty haven is arguably large enough to actually be a second home. From within a spacious interior, staff members perform almost every traditional beautifying service known to the industry. In addition to a selection of essential hair, nail, and skin services, the seemingly unending menu includes specialized treatments such as extensions, keratin treatments, brow tinting, and individual lash extensions, as well as more long-term fixes such as laser hair removal and nonsurgical face-lifts. The spa even offers injectables such as Dysport, Botox, and Juvéderm for those who want to turn back the hands of time instead of trying to slow them down with a secret handshake.
What do President Gerald Ford, Marie Osmond, and Carmelo Anthony have in common? They have all been styled by veteran hairstylist and makeup artist Samantha Peters. Her experience as a freelance hairstylist and makeup artist for television and video productions ensures she can get her nonceleb clients close-up ready for any special occasion, be it a wedding, prom, or workplace beauty pageant. Working within Liquid Salon and Spa, Sam revamps the manes of women, men, teens, tweens, and kids, and even offers makeup lessons to instill clients with the skills they need to replicate their new look at home.
In the winter, the air sucks moisture from your hair and scalp and converts that moisture into snow. Recapture your dome's moisture and beautify your frizzied mane with today's side deal to Becky Houghton Studio. For $18, women and young adult women (ages 13–18) get a shampoo, haircut, and blow dry (a $50 value for women, $30 for young adults); men and young adult men get a shampoo, cut, and style (a $35 value for men, $25 for young adults); and kids (ages 5–12) get two shampoos and cuts (a $50 value).
A L'Oreal Professional Artist and color specialist, Jennifer Crosley updates visages with the newest and most popular hair styling techniques. Brazilian blowouts, and heat fusion and micro-cylinder link hair extensions are just a few of the skills she and Master Stylist Angela K have mastered in their combined 50 years of experience. But their real talents are in their ability to listen to the customer's wants and translate them into a style that will work with their lifestyle and hair type. To that end, Jennifer and Angela might use their client's skin tone and birth month to determine the best hair color for them, or evaluate their face shape to design the most flattering cut.
As an aesthetician, Brandy Rich spends nearly every day up close and personal with her clients’ faces. She has seen it all—from troublesome acne to irritated and dry skin—and she works her magic to address every problem. The anti-aging facial’s essential oils help diminish fine lines, and pineapple extract exfoliates faces more gently than scrubbing with an actual pineapple. When problematic skin quiets down, Brandy’s job as a makeup artist kicks in. She enhances brides’ natural beauty with Temptu Pro airbrush makeup, teaches everyday folk how to properly apply eyeliner, and applies eye-catching lash extensions for added drama when blinking.
Over the last 12 years, Judit Hillman has mastered hairstyling techniques at chic resorts such as the Ritz Carlton and Montage Laguna Beach. Now, she shares her skills at her own studio in Highlands Ranch. She shapes hair with precise haircuts and infuses locks with stylish color treatments using a botanically derived coloring product with an essential-oil-cream base that preserves the hair's health. Then, she styles tresses using vegan haircare products by brands such as Alfaparf Milano color, Kevin Murphy, and ColorProof, all of which are free of sulfates, parabens, carcinogens, and a host of other undesirable elements.