A dynamic team of 15 stylists, two aestheticians, and two massage therapists powers a diverse slate of services at Trilogy Salon and Spa. Besides basic cuts and color, stylists dole out treatments for a wide range of hair textures, from smoothing treatments for frizz to relaxers for Slinky hair. Stylist Brandy Ray sculpts, colors, and retextures strands, informed by five years of hair-beautifying experience. In private treatment rooms, other staff provide mani-pedis, facials, and reflexology, as well as ear candling and seaweed body wraps.
Catherine Martin of European Esthetics packs 30 years of experience and ample know-how gleaned while attaining a degree in nutrition into each treatment performed. Studying in France, Catherine learned how to unite pure medical-grade ingredients with USDA-certified organic products when pampering clients with facials. All services are designed to eschew inflammation and accommodate even the most sensitive epidermises. Microdermabrasion facials and light therapy are the star players on European Esthetics' treatment roster.
A full-length window casts a slanted rectangle of light across the salon's exposed brick and a decorative print of the Eiffel Tower. Amid these cozy accents, skilled stylist Erika Krauze manufactures sleek new hairstyles with products by Keune and J Beverly Hills. Erika's consultations revolve around communication, so a new cut and color may be tailored to the client's unique face shape, personality, and lifestyle. Waxing services are also available.
An elaborately dressed, early-19th-century woman welcomes "ladies and gents" from her perch on O'Haira Salon's ornamental entrance sign, which hints at the facility's charming sophistication and playful tribute. Upon entering, patrons are greeted by thematic odes to Gone With the Wind that infuse the salon with romantic flourishes and inspire déjà vu of past lives as movie buffs. However, modern beauty takes the spotlight once clients are led to private treatment rooms, where a talented staff of stylists and aestheticians fashion coifs and nails that could elicit acts of daring chivalry in past, present, or future eras.
Over the past decade, therapist April Bomar has fine-tuned her bodywork techniques as a therapist in chiropractors' offices, spas, and salons. She now assuages clients' tension out of her own studio, Covered Hands Massage and Bodywork. Using all-natural products, April's hands orchestrate a symphony of movements: the soothing adagio strokes of Swedish massage, the intense crescendos of deep-tissue massage, or the improvisational jazz of myofascial massage. Whatever the technique, she always tailors sessions to individual needs.
Stacy McCain, help patients to maintain healthy, pain-free lives with non-invasive chiropractic care. Sufferers of stiffness, low back pain, or migraine headaches may reap the benefits of thorough chiropractic examinations, which send the doctors sleuthing over spinalscapes in search of bulging disks and stuck-on “Kick Me” signs. The treatments emphasize progressive rehabilitation, a method which allows doctor and patient to work together to track the effectiveness of treatments.