Sol Day Spa puts a premium on hassle-free relaxation, allowing clients to book appointments online for massage, waxing, aromatherapy, and a whole host of facial services. In private treatment rooms, the spa’s aestheticians can take the time to analyze skin and perform meticulous skincare services to address problems including acne, fine lines, and sensitivity. Deep cleansing with extractions purifies the skin, and add-ons can address clients’ skincare issues. The vitamin C serum heals sensitive or sun-damaged skin, and a lightening treatment fades hyperpigmentation and scars from old blemishes or freckle duels.
Specialty massage types relax bodies with hot stones, deep pressure, or gentle kneading designed to relieve the pain and discomfort of expectant mothers.
The trained stylists and aestheticians at this Aveda concept salon bombast pamper-seeking extremities with a veritable tour de force of revitalizing spa services. Your spa package kicks off with an Aveda Damage Remedy renewal treatment, which includes a style and blow-dry, designed to restore lock luster and liveliness. A relaxing oil massage infuses your scalp with moisture while a warm towel locks in the dewy glow. Newly strengthened hair will provide a soft surface so shiny it shimmers like the surface of a lake in moonlight, but without skinny-dipping lovebirds constantly frolicking in it. Amid your hair makeover, your cranium casing and arm fulcrums benefit from massages.
Before they walk down the aisle, brides walk into Family Affair for an appointment with Annette Rayfield. Drawing on more than a decade of hair-care experience, Annette excels at styling the strands of brides and bridesmaids. She works around the needs and vision of each client, whether they want a towering updo or extended locks. Her skills don't only apply to brides, of course—Annette showcases her mastery of cuts, deep conditioning, or highlights during everyday appointments.
Applauze Salon is an upscale and chic environment with a team of expert hair artists. Skilled in the creation of cutting edge, classic, and Albert Einstein–inspired haircuts, these stylists use high-quality products from L'Oreal and Moroccan oil. While primarily a place to get one's hair trimmed, Applauze also offers facial services.
Industrie Hairdressing founders Holly Tignor and Mary Cahill Garrard are a natural match. Aside from having similar career trajectories—they each got their starts in the early 90s before developing their skills on the artistic team at U.K.-based Toni&Guy—the two share an ambitious streak that led them to establish Creating Beauty, a three-tiered company that consists of two concept salons and a hairdressing academy.
At Industrie Hairdressing, the idea is to draw inspiration from all forms of art and design using an approach to styling that's as freeform as the episode of Jeopardy! where Alex Trebek had to improvise all the clues. During sessions, stylists grouped into five levels based on experience and education consult with their clients to create styles that best suit the client's lifestyle and face shape. They do this by drawing on a full line of Bumble and Bumble products.
Having owned and operated nine different salons, Cheri Pennetta recognizes the importance of taking the needs of each client on a case-by-case basis. Whether those clients arrive at Rock N Roll 56 Salon & Spa looking for a quick fix—or a full-blown makeover—Cheri snips, sprays, and colors accordingly. For hair, Cheri spruces up locks with cuts, blowouts and extensions, and for everything else, she offers specialty services, including spray tans, waxing, and lash upgrades.