The Classic Face owner Kathryn Belasco, a registered nurse who wields a license to apply permanent makeup with micropigmentation techniques, headlines a roster of beauty boosters that have a knack for making over clients from the neck up. While applying permanent makeup, Belasco and her techs use their tools to enhance the natural shape of clients’ eyebrows, eyelids, and lips according to the unique features of each customer, rather than festooning faces with makeup styles that will eventually fall out of fashion or aggravate territorial mimes. During their dermal-rolling treatments, they use small handheld rollers with tiny needles to help tighten loose skin, stimulate collagen production, and reduce scars and stretch marks. Once faces have been thoroughly prettified, the salon’s hairstylists can sculpt strands into flattering, face-framing coiffures.
Armed with an arsenal of hair products from Goldwell, L'Oréal, Redken, Aquage, and It's a 10, Sarah Cope sets to work beautifying manes. Inside Danny Suero's Hair Design, a 30-year-old full-service salon, the 10-year veteran stylist cuts and texturizes locks to suit her clients, from simple bang trims to perms and keratin treatments. Her specialty, however, is color treatments. Sarah can add subtle sun-kissed highlights to brunette strands, accent blonds with pastel streaks, or alter the color of all-over hues with single-process color.
With a decade of experience and advanced accreditation under her belt, stylist and cosmetologist Jamie Lyn Cintron is well equipped to give her clients the looks they desire. As owner of her eponymous salon, Jamie Lyn works with a team of beauty specialists to create makeup and hairstyles that suit each of her client's personalities, be it a glamorous updo for an elegant bride or cascading waves for a fisherman. The salon's services also include airbrush makeup, eyelash extensions, and tattoo covering to ready guests for any event.
Inside Head Quarters, gentlemen sip on complimentary beers and use free Wi-Fi during haircuts and massages. A flat screen television at each hair station plays the latest sports game while stylists drape hot steam towels over men?s mugs, gently knead their scalps, snip off errant strands, and trim hairlines for a clean finish. Licensed massage therapists are also on hand to coax stubborn muscles into a relaxed state using the gliding strokes of a Swedish massage or the more unyielding deep-tissue techniques.
Guests entering the Bernard Anthony Salon take in the elegance of vanilla walls offset by mocha-stained wood flooring and styling stations perched before full-length mirrors. After a complimentary consultation, beauty specialists cut and curl hair or reimagine it entirely with coloring treatments defined by Pureology hues. Frizzy locks fall into line during Keratin Complex therapies, and Moroccanoil conditions locks of any texture. To combat signs of aging and voter fraud committed by dead skin cells, aestheticians slather the skin with moisturizing facials and tend to the digits with manicure and pedicure treatments.
In place of barber chairs, Bananas Salon for Kids parks tricked-out sports cars or Barbie mobiles at each of its haircutting stations. In the driver's seat, each youngster barrels down an imaginary highway and lets imaginary winds race through his or her ever-shortening hair. Friendly, talented stylists play along and keep the mood fun as they impart Disney-star style onto domes with trendy cuts, intricate braids, or fancy updos. Spa treatments introduce the art of advanced hygiene with manicures and more. Parties literally celebrate in style with beauty packages, snacks, and goodie bags.