BellaMarie Salon & Spa’s experienced stylists, aestheticians, and sugarists place their clients' needs first, whether it means designing haircuts that minimize styling time or eliminating embarrassing hairs just in time for swimsuit season. This helpful attitude—combined with their years of experience—keeps the team busy with repeat customers and referrals, who journey to the salon for services that include haircare, waxing, and mani-pedis.
Solace Hair Esthetics' owner Sarah Barrett aims to reinvigorate bodies wearied from what she refers to as modern life's "daily bombardment of chemicals and noise." To this end, she arms her hairstyling staff with sulfate-free and low-ammonia colour products, and charges them to create a quiet and soothing spa environment. In addition to hair services, aestheticians rejuvenate faces with six types of organic facials, and massage therapists wield fragrant essential oils during aromatherapy massages, causing noses to temporarily forget their longing for fresh-baked cookies.
The pint-sized counterpart to the adult NeVaeh Day Spa, NeVaeh Kids Spa pampers and prettifies children aged 2–18 with services ranging from nail care to glitter tattoos to makeup lessons. During facial parties, professional skin therapists versed in Dermalogica and Clean Start products administer zone-by-zone skin analyses for up to six little ladies. And during full-blown spa parties, a spa coordinator teaches girls aged 5–14 about healthy habits, self-confidence, and the differences between well-groomed nails and Skittles. Along with its commitment to youthful clientele, NeVaeh Kids Spa remains committed to the environment that surrounds the future adults of the world by following a number of environmentally friendly practices and services. The team uses biodegradable packaging, green cleaning products, and recycles or composts used materials whenever possible.
Leena Wilson—the eponymous owner of Leena's Hair Salon—guides her stylists as they wield Paul Mitchell products to cultivate coiffures in a calming crimson- and chocolate-hued salon. Shears artists snip and sculpt locks or perform colouring services to instill head threads with a pop of highlights or an all-over shade shift. Specialty products, such as the Paul Mitchell Awapuhi line, sink deeply into locks to hydrate dry or damaged strands, reducing the likelihood that hairs will poke their master awake for a late-night glass of shampoo.