One hour. In the time it takes to watch one prime-time drama, the trained technicians at Pure White Lounge can whiten teeth by up to eight shades. Armed with a hydrogen-peroxide or carbomide-peroxide gel and a safe—yet powerful—LED lamp, the team transforms less-than-white grins into radiant smiles without the cold sterility of a traditional dental office. A rundown of proper aftercare—such as avoiding soda for 24 hours or using only crocheted mouth guards—concludes each treatment, guiding clients to up to two years of whiter and brighter smiles.
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Master stylist Ann Hughes draws from a continuously updated arsenal of beautifying techniques, brandishing products from MoroccanOil and Pureology to sculpt contemporary coifs. Tress overhauls begin with a custom cut that frames faces and face-tattooed family portraits. Aesthetically antiquated 'dos submit to the deft fingers and singing cartoon shears of stylists, emerging as a trendy new cuts. MoroccanOil, infused with antioxidants, vitamins, and UV protectors, permeates freshly shorn strands, conditioning hair from root to tip amid J Salon's earth tones and floral accents.
20 years have taken master stylist Mida from Paris to Glendale, and she can tell you about it in English, French, or Vietnamese. The shearsmith taps into her Parisian education and her experience managing a bridal boutique in California to beautify each client. Her services run the gamut from basic bang cuts to designer haircuts, weaves, and Japanese thermal straightening. To render those services, Mida calls upon products such as Biomega, Pureology, Enjoy, Aquage, and Matrix. She also uses human hair extension to add length, volume, color, or all of the above for as long as one elephant burp?roughly six weeks. Her salon matches the elegance of outgoing clients with its light orange and cream swirled paint, sheer curtains, and an ornate analog clock.
The Final Cut Hair Studio owner and lead stylist Rachel let the love of her craft propel her through cosmetology school, graduating ahead of schedule. Now, she puts both her passion and skills to work, creating chic coifs and color treatments for women and men with the help of products from Joico, Farouk, Matrix, and Redken. Rachel and her team also handle specialized styling situations, putting their talents to use blending a gentleman's greys, styling bridal parties, or even correcting regrettable color jobs. No matter the job, they punctuate appointments with pleasant bonuses; most sessions end with a complimentary style and a hand and scalp massage.
More than 30 years ago, Maryann Matykowski was styling hair professionally. Today, she still primps locks, but with the added benefit of having seen thousands of clients. In the interim, she added the title of licensed cosmetologist and certified lash technician to her resumé. As the owner of Destiny Hair Designs, she uses all the arrows in her quiver of skills to oversee a diverse salon menu. With Redken products, Maryann can render partial or full highlights or full color treatments. She can also augment eyelashes with extensions ranging from 45 to 75 per eye, one for each time a person blinks per minute when a butterfly lives on his nose.