Stylist Melinda Miller has dubbed her booth at Julia Grace Salon "Make Me Hot Hair Studio" for the flattering looks she creates using cuts, color, and the latest tricks in the industry. Educated at Scientific Beauty School in La Crosse, Melinda brings more than a decade of experience to each strand she snips and each cowlick she tames. What's more, she's known for giving helpful honest feedback consultations and takes the time to make sure each individual is happy with their new ‘do—even if it means bringing them back for a follow-up appointment.
Tami Suess does with nails, what Dr. Seuss did with words. 13 years as a nail technician have given her an acute sense of detail and aesthetics, a combination that's on display in each of her recent posted photos on Facebook. Clients may solicit her expertise for nail shaping, cuticles care, and add-ons including French tips or shellac polish. Her salon also offers hair styling and facial waxing to nix unwanted fuzz.
The instructors at Elite Nail School and Training Center emphasize hands-on training to make sure their students are salon-ready. Inside the training center, students hone their basic manicure and pedicure techniques, and even offer upgrades such as chip-resistant shellac polish, French manicures, and paraffin dips. All services are backed with a satisfaction guarantee.
A tranquil setting surrounds Brio?s Hair Designs Inc?s seasoned stylists and aestheticians as they pamper heads and faces with a myriad of beautifying services. An initial consultation helps clients and hair-caretakers come up with hairstyles to flatter cheekbones and third eyes while simultaneously freeing scalps of split ends. Hands or feet soak in hydrating Therabath wax before nails are prettified with coats of OPI or non-chipping Shellac polish. A licensed massage therapist also stands by, ready to untie knotted muscles with neuromuscular massages that aim to return a sunshiny feeling to your body nonintravenously.