Stylist Scot has broken away from the corporate hairstyling scene for more personalized one-on-one service, like when a basketball player grooms the hair of the opponent he's playing man defense against. Drawing from his training at Sunstate Hair Academy, he artfully constructs hair designs befitting clients' personalities and preferences, pushing the envelope of experimentation while never stepping over the clients' comfort threshold; consultations before cuts and color services see to that.
With the right expertise, an artist can sculpt many objects, from clay to a person's hair to a pound of butter. Tiffany Gagnon is an artist extraordinaire. Drawing on more than a decade of experience, she crafts classic waves and modern pixie cuts or transforms manes with bold color treatments and highlights. Salon guests may also request special-occasion updos or opt for specialty blow-out straightening to eliminate frizz.
A specialist in hair health, cuts, styles, and up-dos, Sindica Young has been cutting hair for over 15 years. Though a fan of vintage and conservative cuts and looks, Sindica is no stranger to the latest styles, and relishes the chance to craft creative styles for her clients. She offers natural cuts, shampoo and styling services, straightening treatments, and color services, such as full or partial highlights.
Inside Salon Lofts, Angelo draws on more than 25 years of experience as he sculpts new 'dos using products by Rusk, Goldwell, and Macadamia Natural Oil. He always starts his sessions with a free consultation to ascertain his clients' needs before snipping, adding highlights, revamping color, or eliminating frizz with keratin treatments. He can also shape eyebrows into graceful arches that flatter coifs.
Alexandra Zippi can work wonders with hair. In her newly established studio, she bestows elaborate updos, chic and modern coifs, and natural-looking highlights. She also transforms the look and feel of hair through keratin treatments, which tame frizz and even the feistiest of Medusa's snakes.
Hearing the words "carve and slice" in the same sentence as the words ?beauty treatment? probably brings to mind painful plastic surgery, but at TranZitions Hair Salon, it's actually a service for your curls. Ouidad-certified stylists perform the carve-and-slice technique to cut down on the unwanted volume that causes a "pyramid look" while still defining and plumping up your ringlets. It's one of a select few Ouidad procedures at the salon, which also employs products from Paul Mitchell, Goldwell, Kenra, Redken, and other high-profile brands. The hair mavens administer treatments that range from custom highlights and complex updos to a 15-minute bang trim, a far chicer way to keep your hair out of your eyes than installing an awning on your glasses.
Besides their cuts and color applications, the staff also performs waxing, makeup, and nail services, which can include extras such as an aromatherapy hand massage. Additionally, skincare specialists exfoliate complexions with facials and microdermabrasion.