Signature Spa is a full-service salon nestled on scenic Harbour Island. Top-of-the-line products, complimentary WiFi and beverages, and expert aestheticians give Signature an edge over other nail-niceifying establishments. The process includes the standard shaping, filing, polishing, and softening aesthetic process for all 30 of your nails. Like an everlasting birthday candle or sweet-toothed possum that the neighbor child once fed candy, nails always come back. Regular appointments to the salon tame wayward cuticles and transform overgrown talons into holdable vessels fit for princely palm kisses and kite sailing.
Studio 510's experienced aestheticians refurbish earthly tenements during soothing aromatherapy facials. This pore-purifying procedure expurgates derma defilements while balancing and enlivening epidermises. Mug menders apply enzyme peels to remove complexion-clogging layers caused by eating and bathing in potato chips. After extractions, a skin-succoring mask envelops faces and a hot-stone massage, performed with a therapeutic blend of essential oils, rejuvenates feet, arms, and shoulders. Studio 510 recommends you hydrate before aromatherapy facials, marathons, and cryogenic freezing.
Within every Salon Loft location resides a coterie of talented tendril tamers, each specialist providing different services, styles, and prices. Participating specialists highlight women's hair ($70–$125+), provide demineralizing treatments ($20+), and 16th-century French librettos. Follicular artisans provide women's ($30–$60+) and men's ($25–$40+) haircuts tailored to each client's special brand of thought holder.
When it comes to hairstyling, Meghan Bechard is always ready to hit the books. After graduating from the Redken Salon Professional Academy, she moved on to study color at L'Oreal and Wella academies, hair extensions at Balmain Paris International, and agrarian scissor husbandry at Bumble and bumble. While absorbing technical know-how from experts, she jetted between Miami and New York City, where she noted the fashion-forward hairdos of each metropolis, learned to do them herself, and shared the inspiration with her clients via her blog.
Today, she works as a full-blown professional stylist who specializes in color and hair extensions, stocking her salon with L'Oreal Professional, Redken, and Wella products. For most of her hair-extension services, she augments volume and length with So.Cap's real human hair. Her expertise and more than seven years of experience has lured celebrity clients such as So You Think You Can Dance's Mia Michaels and One Tree Hill's Lisa Goldstein.
Though it’s called Fantasia's Hair and Makeup Studio, the salon also specializes in a third realm of above-the-neck beauty: eyelashes. The staff members—who have more than 10 years of experience—lengthen individual lashes with Ardell DuraLash extensions. By uniting hair, makeup, and eyelash specialties, Fantasia’s can prepare clients for weddings, proms, and other special occasions.
Mane master Scott "Scotty" Bentley is the owner and creative director of the forward-thinking strand shop. The visionary behind the B-Concept Artistic Team and creator of the annual Always Moving Forward hair show, Bentley's knowledge of head trends is more on-point than his beloved styling shears. Stylists at his namesake salon undergo an extensive education before taking on their own clients and working on the floor full time. Prices here vary according to stylist skill level, with women's cuts starting at $44 and going up to $65 for the highest level. Men's cuts begin at $37 and go up to $58. Bentley also offers a full menu of coloring services, from partial highlights ($72–$93 on short to medium hair) to full highlights for Rapunzel-length locks ($106–$127). Color changes start at $63 and color retouch at $49. Book any service and receive a complimentary deep therapy treatment ($12 value) and style-out.