As part of the team of stylists at Main Street Salon, Amerie beautifies her clients with a wide array of hair care services. She crafts cuts and styles for men, women, and kids, keeping a careful eye on each person's hair desires—whether it's a basic trim to keep hair healthy or a sleek style for a big event. Hair texturing, extensions, and restoration services are also available.
Salon Moselle’s stylists and aestheticians are serious about their craft. Some among the group have been in the beauty industry for more than 35 years, and all of them make ongoing education a priority to stay on top of the latest trends and styling techniques. A glimpse at the company’s Facebook page, however, shows that those impressive skills come with a strong sense of humor. Their group portraits capture them joking around and jumping in the air with an enthusiasm that extends to their salon and spa treatments. When they aren’t posing for goofy photos or refilling empty hairspray canisters with silly string, the stylists and aesthetician complete conditioning treatments, facials, and massages.
Within the 25-year established Front Street Studios, deft stylist, Paula Sato brandishes the potent Brazilian Blowout formula to iron out waves and tame frizzy manes for up to 3 months. The 90-minute streamlining process kicks off with a quick shampoo and "South Pacific" sing-along before strands slink into a protective coating of the protein-packed serum. Next, the stylist diligently blow-dries and flat-irons locks, before rinsing and glazing a second and third time to marry hair to its new smooth, shiny demeanor and lock-out imminent frizzies. After a final gust of blow-dried air, headscapes receive a stylish pruning to highlight their newfound sleekness. Though heads may remain in their calmer state for up three months, patrons should use suitable aftercare products and avoid Van de Graaf generators for optimal results.
Eyes take center stage at VeryPrettyGood. There, extensions are applied to the natural eyelashes one-by-one in a meticulous process designed to leave them looking long and lush. To help frame new eye fringe, the specialists also wax brows to keep them stylish and symmetrical. While faces are the main focus of the business, clients can also drop in for a Brazilian wax and then slide back out at record speed.
Amore Day Spa’s owner Kelly Kim spent years honing her craft by working as a licensed aesthetician and product specialist before opening her own day spa in 2011. Born and raised in South Korea, she spent the first eight years of her career traveling between her home country and Seattle, making her particularly well-suited to address the needs of other busy women who often forget to make time for themselves. Together with her staff, Kelly doles out relaxation in the form of everything from tailored hot-stone massages to whole-body steam treatments that leave skin feeling soft and polished with help from salt or sugar scrubs. She can also cut down morning makeup routines with permanent eyeliner or employ full-body waxing services to trim seconds off long commutes by playground slide.
Jenn Bouma, the aesthetic expert behind The Beauty Loft, cossets clients with the help of her seasoned staff. Their antique velvet couches and chairs give guests a place to faint like French aristocrats before they enjoy airbrush-makeup applications, eyebrow tinting, or facials. Certified by Lavish Lashes, Jenn applies lash extensions one at a time to concoct custom looks ranging from natural to dramatic. She can also subdue vascular blemishes with therapeutic treatments or keep faces camera-ready at all times with permanent makeup.