From Our Editors
Facial features. Personality. Lifestyle. Edna Coe takes plenty of time to consider these things long before she ever picks up a pair of scissors. For her, every makeover is a new experience, one that she builds from close consultations with her clients. After deciding on a look, Ms. Coe draws on various tools to bring 'dos to life. Aside from regular cuts, she can install human hair extensions, add color to strands, or tame frizzy hair with Brazilian Blowouts. Her steady hands are guided by more than three decades in the beauty industry, and over that time she has accumulated certifications in everything from Bio-Ionic Japanese Hair Straightening to permanent makeup.
But it's not just hair designs that bring clients into the salon and spa. Ms. Coe can also buff away wrinkles and blemishes with facial treatments. A resident manicurist, meanwhile, pampers fingers and toes with services such as Shellac mani-pedis. An altruistic spirit also draws people in; the salon participates in the Locks for Love, a charity that donates high-quality hairpieces to kids suffering from any number of illnesses, such as alopecia or cancer.