Stylist Drea describes her work as a team effort. Though she'll never hand her clients a pair of scissors, she will make sure that they have a huge say in what happens to their hair. Drea begins appointments with a thorough consultation, getting to know her clients and their hair desires. From there, she uses her styling skill set?a skill set that she constantly improves upon and expands?to shape, color, and texturize hair.
Hanna Stanick sharped her career scissors working in high-end New York salons. In 1991, she brought her expertise to Tuscon by way of her own Skyline Coiffures salon. 20 years later, Hanna still works hard to stay on the fashion fringe while transforming tresses with face-framing cuts and bold colors. Clients can also solicit one of the salon’s aestheticians for other beautifying services such as manicures, hair removal, and glass eye polishing.
Enid Moore-Cranshaw opened Divinity Salon as a way to make a positive, lasting impact in her community?and give clients new hairstyles in the process. Inside the modern salon, she and her team of four stylists expertly sculpt and style hair and nails. Around them, shelves are stocked with a house line of body washes, lotions, and oils, as well as Illusions makeup and KeraCare hair products.
There's a reason a tiny tree sprouts from the n in the Greentoes' emblem. The luxury nail spa bolsters environmental sustainability by using eco-friendly products such as the Éminence Organic Skin Care line. In the comfort of a cozy chair, clients can solicit a skilled aesthetician for a swift mani-pedi and revitalizing facial, or nix unflattering fuzz with a hair-waxing session.
Salon de Futur’s stylists, massage therapist, and aesthetician work together to keep clients feeling relaxed and looking their best. They dress up strands with golden highlights and transform short manes with hair extensions, which leave locks long enough to tie the Empire State Building to the Space Needle or just to go from the neck to past the shoulders. Their exfoliating facials shed dead skin cells, and their relaxing massages unwind knotted muscles. The salon also impacts the community by offering free haircuts to clients that opt to donate their chopped-off strands to Locks of Love, a nonprofit organization that creates wigs for underprivileged children in need.
Sisters Kendra and Kara co-own the salon, along with Karen, who has 20 years of experience as an aesthetician. Kendra dedicates her skill both to her business and to area beauty schools, further demonstrating the company’s commitment to its community.
The licensed aestheticians at Just StringZ spin innovation with centuries-old practices to keep skin looking healthy and polished. Threading treatments lasso stray strands using interlaced cotton strings, while speed-waxing services grip groups of hairs and ferry them away fast, yielding results that can last up to eight weeks. Trained in the art of Dermalogica face mapping, aestheticians decipher the proper products and regimen that will best suit their clients' skincare needs, before a jaunt to the skin bar allows faces to test each recommended product before buying or emailing their wish list to Santa. For those looking to accessorize their natural beauty, the salon also offers Swarovski body art, henna tattoos, and ear piercing, as well as cosmetics by glominerals.