Epic Inc. Paul Mitchell Focus Salon owner Stacey Norris has dedicated 17 years to honing her salon skills through Paul Mitchell Systems. Both an educator and a stylist, she's equally capable of creating a new look for a client or teaching a younger stylist to do the same. At Epic Inc., Stacey and her staff groom guests with haircuts, waxing services, and more than a dozen specific options for hair color and highlights.
Self-employed stylist Corinne Burton has spent more than 20 years enjoying her work. And her work is all about hair: using permanent hair color, feather extensions, and keratin treatments to help transform clients' looks. She also cuts and styles men's and women's hair for simple yet effective transformations, with a little help from top products such as Paul Mitchell, Matrix, and Pravana.
Marni Alisha graduated from the RTI School of Cosmetology and honed her skills for a decade before opening M.alisha & co. When she isn't manning her own salon floor, she travels throughout the country for styling gigs. Both in her presence and absence, Marni's staff offers services such as haircuts, coloring, smoothing, straightening, and bridal updos.
The next generation of hairstylists is hard at work inside of Focus Student Salon at Fortis Institute. Beauty-industry veterans lead the cosmetology program, which prepares students to work at professional salons in this and all alternate dimensions. The experts supervise their pupils as they cut, style, and color hair for men and women.
Licensed massage therapist Daisy Sharon brings more than a decade of massage experience to her practice at Studio 7 Salon. Her specialties are Swedish and relaxation massage, soothing stressed muscles and lulling clients into tranquility.
Clients at Mickie'z Beauty Villa can look at the water from the salon's patio after stylists cut, color, and condition their locks. The salon owner draws on 27 years of experience and advanced training in coloring services when styling clients' locks.