The stylists at Jagged Edge Hair Designs have a flair for chic, trendy dos and always welcome experimentation. They design playful pixie cuts and edgy side shaves, spool hair skyward into lavish formal updos, and coat locks in vibrant shades of silver or crimson. The stylists are dedicated to keeping locks luscious and moisturized as well as stylish, so they sprinkle heads with Paul Mitchell products during each of their signature services.
A black-and-white photograph of style icon Audrey Hepburn gazes beatifically out at Stand Out Salon's lounge, looking silently approving as clients leave the salon with their fresh, fashionable 'dos. Clients take a seat in plush, leather chairs as their stylists, armed with Bumble and bumble products, showcase extensive knowledge of haircutting, coloring, and whispering. In addition to hair services, the salon can perk up complexions with a Norvell airbrush tan, which creates a faux glow that last for five to seven days, and unwanted hair sprouting from the face can be quickly and quietly banished with hygienic waxing services. As freshly primped guest leave they can stop and peek at the salon's retail area, packed with shelves bearing Rusk and Tigi BedHead and Curlesque haircare, as well as highly pigmented makeup from Rain Cosmetics.
Wado-Ki Karate (The Way Of The Peaceful Spirit). We believe that karate classes should be inexpensive and affordable. The class focuses on building self confidence, self discipline, increasing memory, and improving coordination, while learning great karate and self defence techniques and become physically fit.
At a young age, budding hairstylist Sylvain Melloul joined the L’Oréal Professionnel artistic team—which took him from the salons of Paris to those of Washington D.C. As his English vocabulary grew, so did his fan base, which led him to open his own salon in 1974. But things didn’t run as smoothly as expected. Sylvain’s staff lacked the background knowledge to perform up to his standards, a lapse he felt compelled to fix. He did so by opening a school where scores of stylists could learn the fundamentals of a professional cut. The school remains in session today, with students wielding L’Oréal products as they learn to snip, color, and highlight tresses.
Massage Therapy of Roanoke has one main focus: giving its clients the most therapeutic massages possible. The staff uses five modalities to address clients’ aches and pains, including deep-tissue, myofascial-release, and sports massage. The therapists nimbly knead backs with smooth strokes during Swedish massages to relax muscles and soothe away tensions. Sports massages can lengthen musculature and improve flexibility to enhance athletic ability and vending-machine pilfering skills.
Certified massage therapist Heather Riddle soothes aching muscles and stressed-out minds during each one of her custom Swedish or deep-tissue massages. Using aromatherapy oils as well as her skilled hands, she works out long-held tension and knots in her clients’ shoulders, necks, and backs.