At Beyond Visual Spa—formerly Beaux Visages—a team of aestheticians and licensed massage therapists helps clients feel beautiful inside and out through an array of relaxing services. The facials, for example, integrate elements such as hot stones and heated mitts to vanquish tension and allow skin to absorb the full nourishing effects. This emphasis on relaxation pervades the spa's therapies, from massage and nailcare to body scrubs and wraps to staring pensively at a blank wall. Beyond Visual's staff also extend their expertise to advising on products for at-home care.
International Institute of Cosmetology founder Carmelo Gugliotti began his career as a professional hairdresser when he was 16. He gradually built his passion into a successful business, entering international competitions and earning leadership positions within multiple cosmetology groups. Now supported by his beauty-minded family—including his wife and three sons—Gugliotti trains stylists and aestheticians in rigorous, accredited courses.
As part of their training, students offer a full menu of hair, nail, and spa services that incorporates Wella coloring and Dermalogica skincare products. Instructors supervise each treatment to ensure pupils don’t disregard protocol or use their untutored genius to make clients too beautiful for this world.
The crew at Salon Serenity celebrates beauty every day with haircuts, waxing, color, and restructurizing treatments. Using trusted products by Colorly and Wella for hair, Serenity's beauty professionals are able to customize looks for each client. The same attention to detail is shown in the salon?s streamlined, nature-evoking decor. Sunlight gushes through floor-to-ceiling windows, which look upon the rest of the salon, which features multi-tone wood floors and mirrors in ornate gold frames creating a professional environment with a dash of home.
The stylists at Hair Works Family Hair Care have seen it all. That comes with the territory when you work at a salon that caters to every member of the family?men, women, children, and Alfs. Their service menu is as varied as their client list; elite designer cuts transform shaggy manes into sleek hairdos, and professional keratin treatments straighten strands to make styling a cinch. Color retouches, highlights, and toners are also on the docket, as are permanent waves.
Eurides Lajan needs only a small bottle to fix her clients hair-raising problems. Eurides tames unwanted curls, removing about 65-75% of the curl, and excessive frizz with bottled keratin treatments, such as the Kerafusion formula, which is not tested on animals. She also offers eye-catching highlights and haircuts that range from classic pixie cuts to jagged layers, perfect for those impersonating a circular saw.
International Hair Salon first opened its doors in 1984. To this day, its stylists sculpt dos with products by Bumble and bumble. and Moroccanoil. The latter contains antioxidant-rich argan oil that strengthen tresses and adds shine. Stylists also add length and volume to locks with Great Lengths hair extensions, which are made with human hair rather than synthetic strands or spaghetti noodles.