From a child’s first trim to a bride’s big day, the stylist at The Hair Loft expertly execute any hair situation. She cuts away split ends, removes unwanted length, and neatens men’s hairlines with scissors, shavers, and miniature weed whackers. New colors find their way into manes with strategically placed highlights, and a medley of hairpins and hair spray keeps every last strand in place for updos.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Lash Extensions
Brands Used: Sanitas & Xtreme Lashes
Pro Tip: Please avoid waxing or exfoliating treatment area for at least one week prior to treatment.
Monica Zakry received her coloring certification from Pravana Natureceuticals, as well as her hair extensions certificate from So.Cap. In addition, she offers haircuts for men and women and conditioning services, all inside of Dolce Vita Salon and Spa, a welcoming space where clients are served a beverage and can tap into the free WiFi before their appointment.
The aestheticians at Rilassare Natural Skin Care Spa beautify skin with chemical- and additive-free products from Éminence Organic Skin Care. The spa’s services span facials that address the needs of an individual’s skin complexion to anti-aging peels and microdermabrasion.
Andrea Richards is a cosmetologist and master stylist with more than 15 years of experience in her field. She welcomes clients into her chair at Cashmere Salon & Day Spa with a complimentary drink before rolling up her sleeves and setting to work designing a new cut, color, or hair treatment. To ensure clients leave looking their absolute best, Andrea uses products from Pureology and Bumble & bumble. And, she can even turn her attention to the body, waxing away unwanted hair to reveal smoother, softer skin.
Though she held a master's degree in social work and worked at the Children's Hospital of Denver, Melissa Risley felt called to help others in another way. She had personally struggled with physical scars and the emotional damage that went along with them, trying a number of different techniques and products to address the issues without success. Risley decided to enter the field of paramedical aesthetics, and came across a technique known as collagen-induction therapy (CIT), which was gaining attention in Europe, Austria, and South Africa.
Not only did CIT improve the wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks that plagued her clients at Dermagrace Cosmetic Rejuvenation, it also brought closure to Risley's own skincare battles. She now specializes in the technique, which uses tiny microneedles to stimulate collagen and elastin in the skin's sub-layers and convince loitering balloon animals to nest somewhere else. She is also certified in permanent makeup, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion, and is a proponent of the Osmosis Skincare line for its noninflammatory ingredients.