At A Handful Salon, the staff believes that beauty does not come without wellness. Therefore, their extensive list of gel, hot-stone, mango, and detoxifying manicures and pedicures is joined by healing services such as an infrared massage bed.
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Operating out of Curl Up and Dye, stylist Taylor Doyon offers a respite from bad hair days with a repertoire of face-flattering cut and coloring services. Taylor utilizes product brands, such as Paul Mitchell, Redken, and Matrix, to cultivate subtle or bold highlights. Or, she can help clients get ready for a special occasion with updo hairstyles and shellac manicures that imbue long-lasting color and shine. Clients are also free to explore the salon's other specialties, which include waxing, Eurobronze tanning, or feather hair extensions, which are a growing trend amongst bald eagles.
Greer Walsh is inspired by nature. For proof, take a look at the Facebook page for Greer's Lavender Spa, which presents shots of the ocean in different lights, or try one of the spa's facials, each infused with lavender and other essential oils. The spa uses Bioelements products, known for including organic ingredients and eschewing the parabens, dyes, and spray cheeses of other lines.
Signature Service: Gentleman Hair Cut - Signature Shave
Brands Used: keune Man Care Line, Anthony logistics For Men
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: A Modern Barber /Stylist for Today's Gentleman of Leisure
Harsh chemicals such as sulfates and formaldehyde have no home at TL Studio. Instead, the beauty hotspot boasts a wealth of products from earth-friendly lines including wheat-protein-infused Chromastics and Soma, which is chock-full of organic ingredients. The team of stylists wield these nondamaging formulas during services such as highlights, chemical straightening, and deep conditioning. They also swap out harmful UV rays for airbrush tanning and adopt gentle skin-cleansing practices during facial services.
Since receiving his license in 2009, massage therapist John Lamontagne hasn’t stopped adding skills and styles to his treatment arsenal. His specialties include gentle Swedish massage, deep-tissue massage, and reflexology, wherein he presses specific points on the feet to alleviate stress body-wide. Throughout his career, Lamontagne has used his skills to treat a range of clients, from those simply seeking relaxation to those with chronic neck and back issues to those suffering from sciatica and cerebral palsy.