Every strand of hair tells the story of its life?whether it's been colored and straightened or spent lots of time floating in the harsh chlorine of a swimming pool. That's why when clients come into Novella Hair Salon, stylists don't just focus on making their hair stylish; they also want to make hair healthier. As an exclusive Kerastase salon, they use the company's quick-fix express rituals and more lavish, pampering deluxe rituals to replenish the health and shine of clients' hair. These treatments can rebalance scalps' pH, add softness to aging hair, volumize thin strands, and smooth unruly curls. Their masks and treatments work to restore hair to a more unprocessed state, leaving 'dos looking as natural as a celebrity when they first got off the bus from Idaho.
Brow Zone's image-minded staff refines visages through artful eyebrow threading and waxing treatments alongside a medley of personalized skin services. By swiftly looping fine cotton thread around entire rows of unwanted hair, threading specialists can sculpt brow shapes that are "cleanly arched and very finished," according to New York magazine. Both threading and waxing polishes a range of corporeal locales, from defuzzing the face to evicting undesired bristles from bikini zones. Licensed aestheticians work to purify and refine a variety of skin types with a slate of facials, which target fine lines, help alleviate acne, and eliminate lingering caricature artists.
A transplant from the Dominican Republic, Josephine Rodriguez—better known as “La Chilly”—came to the states to open her own beauty haven, Picis Salon. The salon is a branch of her larger outfit, Josephine’s Spa, where Rodriguez offers an array of spa and medi-spa services, fortified by her own line of products, Josephine Cosmetics. When she’s in the salon, however, La Chilly and her staff focuses exclusively on hair, delivering traditional services such as haircuts, color treatments, and extensions for those who think they’ll need to escape from a castle tower in the near future.
Allergic to the sun but addicted to self-tanning, Jeani Roth founded Faux Glow?a bronzing studio dedicated to giving clients a UV-free alternative to traditional tanning methods. Since opening in 2003, the business's organic sunless tanners and custom spray-tan services have garnered praise from the likes of NBC's Today and Allure magazine. Jeani spritzes bodies inch by inch during each service?using "surgical precision," according to Allure?and contours faces with her signature sun-kissed glow.