The team of lock-loppers at Reflections Hair Studio engages errant strands with image-enhancing services built on precise cuts and a bevy of skin-styling techniques. Experienced stylists restructure follicle shading with an all-over color or full highlights before lathering up the newly hued threads with a nourishing shampoo. Coifs then take on straight, pressed tresses or face-framing curls as beauticians fulfill their duty to go back in time and terminate split-ends. Make-up artists perform detailed skin analyses to personalize every treatment according to their clients’ distinct facial features. Epidermal painters chart out original motifs on a blank slate before transferring the complete work onto the customer’s countenance.
Fifty Shades of Red's licensed massage therapist Gaye Janson thinks the personal benefits of her craft should not be underplayed. While the structured strokes of massage have several physical benefits, Gaye believes they also have the power to reduce isolation and even help people feel empowered. A member of ABMP and graduate of Natural Touch School of Massage Therapy, Gaye is well-versed in several massage modalities that include Swedish, deep tissue, sinus, cranial sacral and hot stone. She also has experience working with clients who battle cancer and fibromyalgia.
From within Salon 103, Michel Lanouette provides a variety of services for men, women, and children. He specializes in chic, modern styling and avant-garde haircuts and color services. He also conditions manes and eradicates frizz with formaldehyde-free GK hair treatments, which last for approximately five months. In addition, he smoothes skin with facial waxing and cleans up necks and beards to keep men looking sharp. ?
At the inviting Salon 103, stylist Jen Shoffner updates men's and women's hairstyles. Knowledgeable about current trends as well as traditional looks, she trims split ends into clean, chic cuts and imbues manes with rich color. Shoffner knows that hair needs to be healthy to look its best, so she nourishes locks with deep-conditioning treatments.
Seasoned in the art of shaping hair into classic and contemporary styles, hairstylist Jeffrey Cecil transforms Salon 360's male clients into chiseled gentlemen. Inside the sage-green studio, Cecil and his colleagues carefully cut and color hair, snip off errant strands, and trim hairlines for a clean finish.
A full-service salon, Studio A Hair Design welcomes clients with a relaxing atmosphere and eclectic decor. Its talented stylists use professional-grade products, including lines such as Aquage, for all their skin, hair, and nail services.