From head to toe, inside and out, the attentive staff at You're So Vain Salon and Spa cossets clients with therapeutic services. Stylists twist and tease locks into vibrant new styles and nail techs, meanwhile, fortify fingers and toes with gobs of mortar or long-lasting OPI color. Aestheticians give attention to epidermal layers with chemical peels and DermaSweep MD—a facial that sweeps away dead skin cells with topical solutions, vacuum pressure, and a precision brush-tip exfoliation. The spa treatments, including hot-stone massages and teeth whitening, can be combined into packages, with bubblegum-scented options for Little Girls spa parties.
After years of salon experience, Melanie Speidel found herself disillusioned with the industry?s often impersonal standards. She decided to combine her know-how into a joint venture?A Place in the Park?where she planned to offer classic salon and spa services with a highly personal touch. The popular salon quickly outgrew its first location, and in 2010 she moved into a spacious, stand-alone building with blond hardwood floors and plenty of natural light.
At New Trendz Salon, the team expertly preps hair for special events. Sometimes, they go about it by custom cutting and coloring manes, or curling locks up into elaborate bouffants. However, they can also go about it by waxing off unwanted stubble, a process they handle as painlessly as possible whether they're administering a Brazilian or a back wax. The team can also enhance faces with custom-blended makeup or European facials, which nourish skin more effectively than just holding an ice pack to your cheek.
Ever since Carol Boulet received her aesthetics license in 1984, she's actively continued her studies under the tutelage of industry leaders and at skin-care conferences throughout North America. Boulet uses her ever-expanding expertise to craft personalized skin-care programs tailored to each client?s skin type, goals, and lifestyle. Programs incorporate a variety of treatments that rely on both brand-name products and a custom-blended line concocted by Boulet to match your skin's needs and combat blemishes, sun damage, and seasonally migrating eyebrows.
Amid the soothing cream- and mocha-hued palette of Montage Salon, stylists wield Paul Mitchell products as they brighten locks with highlights and single-process-color services. The talented staff also customizes facials with Dermalogica products and blends conditioning treatments to best match hair type. Inside private rooms, aestheticians shape eyebrows and remove unwanted hair with wax instead of a jet-engine-powered vacuum cleaner. The staff rounds out the pampering with Gelish manicures and paraffin dips.