Catering to men and women, Cut Color Style provides a bevy of upscale salon services amid its cozy confines. Customers will receive top-notch hair care from Holly Clark, a talented stylist with 15 years of hair-taming experience. Trim noodle nests with a women’s ($38) or men’s ($25) haircut, and boast a fetching coiffure with the aid of a formal updo ($65). A brow ($15) or lip ($12) waxing adds smooth sheen to frontispieces, while a basic hair color ($55) imbues hairdos with vibrant pigmentation.
Inside the boutique setting of Beyoutiful Salon, a team of 10 stylists beautifies clients’ strands via chic cuts and vibrant color changes. They also unleash hot wax on unwanted upper-lip fuzz and calm wayward locks with keratin smoothing treatments and conditioners distilled from Marvin Gaye’s greatest hits.
Master colorist and stylist Jason Caldwell complements clients’ personalities with hues and cuts that neatly frame facial features. From the confines of his modern salon, Caldwell first frosts locks in a spectrum of shades, leaving hair looking naturally sun-kissed or moon-hugged. Next, a haircut forces unwieldy manes to conform to each patron’s dream of a striking headpiece as snips add volume, texture, and movement to lifeless strands. In the final styling process, Caldwell makes hairdos look more polished than two shoe shiners performing a formal breakdance.
Dennis Van Scoy founded Van Scoy Hair Clinics in 1969 to help people with thinning hair—a group that includes Van Scoy himself—to find more options for hairstyling. Today, Van Scoy is a sought-after instructor for hair-replacement designers; he’s also a national lecturer and a consultant for leading international manufacturers. Since founding the clinics, Van Scoy’s reach has expanded from the original location in Ashland to two additional clinics in Cleveland and Columbus, which he operates with the help of his wife, Sandra, and sons, Scott and Todd.
The staff at the three clinics draws from more than 150 years of hair-restoration experience and the latest industry developments to transplant, replace, and prevent the loss of hair. They are trained to perform a patented technique by PAI Medical Group called Multi-Unit Hair Grafting, during which they can transplant two to three times more hair (up to 8,000 hairs) than a traditional transplant. Technicians also use the Sensi-Graft system to provide a semipermanent solution to hair loss without surgery.
Among the other high-tech procedures offered: the high-tech Cyberhair, which helps in natural-looking hair replacement, or laser light hair therapy, which works to prevent hair loss and uncover any treasure maps tattooed to your head.
Hair is the fastest growing tissue on the body, next to bone marrow and pesky ear-canal flowers. Luckily, Svelte Beauty Lounge keeps hair and other body foliage in line with a diverse menu of modern styling techniques. A skilled stylist can chisel out voluminous layers, or bedeck tresses with a bold color process. Clients may also request a private waxing session to banish unwanted hair from the face and body.
The Cachet Salon has treated lads and ladies to rejuvenating makeovers and style resuscitations for more than 21 years. An expert team of strand sculptors attack sloppy mops with skilled chops to create comely cranial topiary, offering an array of services to clients in need of both minor maintenance and major overhauls. Men’s and women’s haircuts with styling begin with careful coiffeur appraisals before the scissor-wielding snip savants commence their artful cutting ($39). Eyebrow tinting ($15) and eyebrow arch waxing ($17) accentuate the ocular canopies that keep the forehead from invading the rest of the face. A semi-permanent coloring treatment using Paul Mitchell products ($48) is a wonderful, simple conduit for reinventing a tired look or establishing differentiation between twins who refuse to wear nametags.