The style stalwarts at Supercuts have trimmed, toned, and honed the domes of hair-bearing hominids for decades. The experienced stylists can accommodate cuts ranging from quick, careful mop maintenance to a more buzzworthy beehive for hypnotizing local grizzlies. Each scissors-handed specialist will draw from a vat of experience, leveraging quality hair products from Paul Mitchell and others to infuse your filaments with a winsome glow and creative coiffure. Walk-ins and waltz-ins are always welcome seven days a week.
Bombshell Hair Design's experienced styling artists shape tresses and sculpt nails into contoured objets d'art using enriching products from brands such as AG, Kenra, and Aquage. Scissors snip and clip through dense follicular jungles during the haircut ($30+), leaving behind an impeccably styled head-garden dotted with kite-flying children. An all-over color ($50+) enlivens lackluster hairscapes, while highlights ($70+) illuminate singular strands without the use of interwoven Christmas lights. Otherwise, banish unwanted facial filaments with an array of waxing services ($12+) or soften fuzzy manes with a keratin smoothing treatment (price upon consultation).
Before Matt Ulsh took charge of his station at Salon at the Creek, he studied the art of hairstyling at the Aveda Institute. Over the course of his training, Matt picked up all of the skills necessary to cut, color, and style coifs from a team of qualified instructors. Now, at Salon at the Creek, he uses Kevin Murphy products to condition and style new ‘dos between exposed brick walls and black-and-white checkered floors. Located near the Jordan Creek Mall, Salon at the Creek offers ample parking for cars and armchairs outfitted with helium balloons.
Tending to all things follicular, stylist and aesthetician Whitney Allie stakes her claim at Images Salon Studios, where she styles and colors coifs. Allie snips stylish dos for men, women, and children; restores shine with deep-conditioning treatments; and adds dimension with full highlights and hair extensions. Her other haircentric specialty is waxing. She uses Satin Smooth wax, which leaves skin smooth across the physique, from face to legs to tail.
There was never much question that Erin was going to become a massage therapist. Not least among the hints about her aspirations are the pictures she has of herself at the age of four massaging her mother’s back. Now, with more than 17 years of experience, she shows this passion in the way she customizes massages for each client. She starts from scratch every time, first listening to the clients’ needs and explaining options. Then she blends aromatherapy oils from herbs such as mint, lavender, and rosemary to target specific ailments, from headaches to tension. All of this occurs against a backdrop of soft music, which clients can either bring in themselves or create by tickling a sleeping barbershop quartet.
Soothing Bioelements serums and medical-grade SkinBorn products are always within an arm's reach of Skin Spa's aesthetician Jinah, who pampers face and body with indulgent spa services. The team swathes clients from head to toe in detoxifying body wraps and sloughs off dead skin cells with Mandarin scrubs. They cleanse skin and unclog pores with one-hour facials, complemented by light chemical peels that gently buff away imperfections such as fine lines, acne, and wayward sock lint. Aestheticians also dispense swift waxing treatments, stripping away stubble from underarms, legs, and bikini areas.