The stylists of Salon Suzette know that one size does not fit all. That's why they tailor their array of hair services for each individual client. Simple cuts for men, women, and children can reframe the face, while coloring services can even out hues, add dimension, or allow clients to blend in with a passing zebra. During each service, the team relies on top-shelf styling products from brands like Pureology, who make all natural, vegan serums.
A diverse clientele gives the stylists at Reconstructing A New You Hair Salon an array of textures and colors to build upon. Bottle curls help flat tresses take shape, and relaxers tame frizzy hair. In addition to natural hues, stylists tint 'dos with bright colors such as fuchsia or pale pink. Shellac nail polishes complement these avant-garde pigments without attracting scratches or Marcel Duchamp's signature.
"Always believe in miracles," urges Believe Spa Salon's website. And with the salon nestled on a quiet residential street, with ferns, wildflowers, and sun catchers overtaking the porch, Believe looks like something out of a fairy tale where miracles do happen. Inside the eclectically decorated salon, stylists perform these mini miracles: curly hair become straight, dark hair becomes light, long hair becomes short.
But it can't all be chalked up to hocus-pocus. Believe's stylists are highly trained and specialize in different facets of beauty, including owner Sherri Sullivan. Sherri's dedicated nearly 30 years to hairstyling, with extra training in Alfaparf Milano coloring and making red and brunet color last longer. Her understanding of facial shapes and color techniques, along with client consultations, means customers walk out of the salon with hairstyles tailored to their individual looks and needs.
In addition to hair services, Believe staffers also apply makeup for special occasions, such as weddings or trips to upscale grocery stores. And in a little cottage out back of the salon, licensed massage therapist Amy Rose Boren performs relaxing massages that soothe and de-stress aching bodies.
In 1989, Glitz Salons' founder decided to open a salon with a philosophy rooted in working with others to make clients feel good. Twenty years later, the staff at Glitz Salons still mans their stations and lives out that goal. When not performing services such as haircuts and waxing, the crew at Glitz Salons gives back to its community by helping local high schools put on prom fashion shows and hosting fundraising events. A cohesive, supportive unit, the salons' stylists and aestheticians receive continuous encouragement to express their own creativity and implement innovative ideas into their workday. This freedom allows customers to reap the benefits of a staff that thinks outside the box, paints the box, then folds it into a mesmerizing mobile sculpture.
When Jessica decided to combine her beauty-business smarts with her father's medical expertise, she came up with Youthful Image Health and Wellness?an oasis of noninvasive skin and body treatments. Her father, Doctor of Chiropractic Kurt Jacobsen, provides spinal adjustments and pain-relief therapies, which are bolstered by massage therapist Sunshine. Aesthetician and makeup artist Jessica brings more than 12 years of experience to the treatment table.
The Men's Den employs three female stylists, each well-versed in caring for tricky, manly follicles. Steady-handed scissors trim wayward strands and bestow patrons with a refined topiary of keratin, further enlivening the scalps of interested parties with highlights designed to create a two-toned rainbow of hair. Faces can also shed their stubble with a delicate and precise straight-razor shave, leaving behind skin that's smoother than a puddle of melted Barry White records. Regardless of which of today's options you choose, your haircut comes coupled with a hot-towel massage, cooling neck rub, and straight-razor shave for the neck.