After struggling with her own problematic skin, Lynette Sciulli decided to fight back. She enrolled in aesthetics school to became a licensed cosmetologist and aesthetician and has spent the past decade helping clients achieve their beauty goals. Sciulli is now the proud owner of an eponymous establishment that was named a top finalist in the Best Day Spa category of Fox 8's 2011 Hot List. Sciulli and her team employ the glo therapeutics line to perform relaxing facials that combat issues such as acne, dryness, or sensitivity with highly concentrated active ingredients.
The talented crew specializes in men's haircuts, which include an eyebrow and nose grooming, hot-towel facial, a shoulder and neck massage, and instructions on tying a silk cravat into the shape of a favorite sports mascot. They also pamper guests with services ranging from Shellac mani-pedis and fragrant aromatherapy massages to airbrushed spray tans.
The massage therapists at Nice To Be Kneaded Massotherapy customize massage sessions to fit the needs of each individual. During a relaxation massage, therapists use gentler strokes to boost circulation. They can deepen their pressure for sports massages, which aim to speed healing and unravel stubborn knots and bowties. They also incorporate aromatherapy and hot stones to further relax clients and relieve stiffness.
Internationally trained, locally focused hair stylists
Our team believes in continuous improvement. From London to Milan, we attend annual training and hair shows to keep up with what’s hot and what’s not. Staying up on the latest trends ensures that your color and cut will be in style. Welcome to Rainbow Room Salon.
The barbers at Catanza's Barber Shop tame head tresses with cuts, colors, and shaves in an old-fashioned barbershop atmosphere; their follicular services and nostalgic décor won them 2nd place in the Best Barber category of Fox-8 Cleveland's Hot List in 2008. Undergo meticulous scissor snips for a dudely 'do (a $16 value), then evict unruly stubble with a refreshing shave (a $20 value). The shop's walls are adorned with pictures of famed Ohio athletes striking their best collector-card poses, and the shelves are lined with bobbleheads that are too risky to buzzcut. A waiting-area television provides customers with entertainment and style ideas from their favorite cartoons.
Aesthetics Etc. owner Ann Marie Ray strives to transform standard beauty services into relaxing sensory experiences. Her staff incorporates the flame-softened wax of collagen-infused candles into select massages, relies on brand-name gloProfessional products, and encourages clients to slip into cozy slippers and robes. Ann Marie's signature service is permanent-makeup application though, which is useful both for helping chemotherapy patients to aesthetically recover from the loss of their eyebrows or simply shortening a client’s daily face-prepping routine.
Before pursuing a career in makeup and skincare, Ann Marie spent seven years working a standard 9-to-5 job in finance. After years of persuasion and encouragement from her mother, a professional aesthetician, she left the corporate world and became a certified permanent-cosmetics specialist in 2002. Today, mother and daughter operate separate but noncompeting businesses, referring clients to one another for specific treatments or a second opinion on who left the milk out that one time in 1991.
The trained stylists at Rometrics Salon-Spa stay loyal to Aveda products as they shear tresses in the classic styles the salon has perfected throughout its two-decade life. They also add depth with highlights or administer perms for curls that clients can clip off to use as a slinky whenever a toddler threatens them. Rometrics’s aestheticians also cleave to Aveda products as they renew visages with facials, or employ LED light therapy to combat signs of aging. The nail technicians’ weapon of choice is Gelish or OPI polish, the bright colors of which enliven fingertips after paraffin treatments nourish skin. Clients hoping to complete their makeovers can also shade their skin with a spray tan, get their brows tinted, and evict leg hair with waxing. Newly offered by Rometrics, non-invasive body-contouring treatments target fat and smooth skin.
Those more interested in relaxation and inner harmony can stretch out amid the beige hues and wall sconces of a private massage room while a massage therapist kneads aching muscles and soothes their senses with aromatherapy. Those creamy hues also outfit the skincare room, and the styling area’s sage green and bright, cheery blue create a more energetic atmosphere for follicular transformations.