From her outpost inside House of Beauty 2.0, hairstylist Tara Bell transforms her clients' looks with chic hair services. In addition to cutting hair, Tara can add length and volume to tresses by meticulously sewing in hair extensions. She applies that same careful touch to all of her services, which include relaxers, highlights, updos, braids, and twists.
Inside Rejuvenate Salon & Spa, the combination of sea-foam-green walls and accents with dark wood creates a calming, welcoming atmosphere. Then, the method of relaxation is left up to the guest, who might choose a hot-tub mineral bath, infrared sauna, or hot-stone massage, to name a few. Along with spa treatments, the beauty specialists here pamper guests with hair and nail services.
The stylists at Holly's keep abreast of the latest trends, creating two-tone ombre looks with hair products by Scruples and razoring a-line bobs. But while they can transform clients with these avant garde looks, the professionals still practice traditional coiffure, snipping and highlighting classic layers. Guests revamping their manes can also get a new look for their nails by treating their hands to a chip-resistant shellac manicure and their feet to organic pedicures. Facial and bikini line waxes, lash extensions, and professional makeup add the finishing touch to appearances.
Soft music whispers inside Studio 43 Salon and Spa, welcoming guests to kick off their shoes and relax. Massage therapists and aestheticians work in private rooms, loosening tight muscles and smoothing away face-wrinkles. Manicures and pedicures are enhanced with hand and foot masks and a skin-softening scrub. Meanwhile, the salon half of the business pampers clients with haircuts and coloring services.
In addition to scissors or clippers, your stylist may pull out a razor. Learn what it does with Groupon?s look.
Shears are often considered the tool of the trade, but stylists carry an oft-forgotten but equally important tool in their arsenal?the straight razor. Deciding which one to use depends on a variety of factors, the texture and density of your hair chief among them. Though shears can create virtually any style from any angle, the result is always a straight, blunt cut?lending the hair definition but potentially making it look thick. A razor, on the other hand, cuts with a single fine blade, forming a softer, feathered appearance more akin to a peacock's majestic bouffant.
For people with fine to medium hair with a fairly smooth texture, this can create a dynamic, tossable style with lots of movement. If you have coarse or very fine hair, however, scissors might still be the better bet, as the razor might end up making it frizzy. Curly hair raises somewhat of a dilemma; though its coarse texture seems to demand shears, the tendency for ringlets to accumulate as a single, thick mass means a razor might be able to reduce the hair's weight and boost its movement and playfulness.
Friends and coworkers Chanin and Pam listen to their clients’ dream hairstyle ideas and bring them to fruition. At Chanin’s Hair Connection, the duo puts an emphasis on individual attention. Both Chanin and Pam personally schedule each client and take time before each haircut to discuss each client's lifestyle habits. The two stylists can create traditional or on-trend modern using their extensive backgrounds in hairstyling—Chanin alone has more than 20 years of experience—including all-over color, highlights, and lowlights, which add vibrancy and dimension to strands.