Recessed lights loom overhead like a constellation of stars, casting glow on the salon’s yellow and cherry-red walls. Amid these modern accents, skilled stylist Carla Taylor revamps bland strands with elegant layers and flattering highlights. Clients may also solicit Carla for a keratin straightening treatment or request an elegant updo for a wedding, birthday, or bungee jump.
Faces & "Places" Skincare’s microdermabrasion facial rejuvenates and polishes skin with a gentle process that battles blemishes and reduces signs of aging. The treatment frees visages from a number of bad dermal influences, sending dead skin cells, oils, and toxins to live on a farm in the sky where they can run and play. Microdermabrasion also promotes collagen and elastin production and helps scrub facial surfaces of fine lines, wrinkles, sun-damaged skin, acne, blackheads, and age spots shaped like Rhode Island. Reparative vitamin serums and ice-globe therapy augment the flesh finessing.
Shelly Cook, Salon 120's certified massage therapist, employs a slew of soothing massage techniques to release tension and help heal the body. A gentle Swedish session aims to reduce stress and unleash the skills needed to decipher certain animated chefs with long, light strokes. Deep-tissue massages target the inner muscle tissues with more intense kneading techniques than an army of kittens, and prenatal treatments pamper moms-to-be to prepare them for the muscular stress of scooping up babies the stork will soon leave on their doorsteps. Each massage is one hour and incorporates unscented oils, dim lighting, and soft, relaxing music.
Located in a picturesque red barn with white trim, Wild Hair Salon tames unruly hair by trimming, styling, and coloring coiffures into any desired configuration. Remove all vestiges of an old 'do with a shampoo, cut, and style ($30+), transforming regular mops into compliment-grabbing head magnets with face-flattering structure. Makeup and updos (each $35+) prepare persons for elegant social engagements such as moviegoing and interpretive-dance competitions, and color services, such as highlighting ($65+), adjust chromatic skull-schemes to match the seasons, styles, or current season's sports team.