As a third-generation stylist, Toni Neal grew up learning how to handle and treat hair. She watched her mother teach cosmetology, and she even helped her grandmother run the family salon. These formative experiences inspired Toni to continue the family tradition, and she eventually opened her own salons. She's hired a staff of haircare professionals who share her passion for using artistic intuition coupled with the latest cosmetic advancements to give clients distinctive, yet natural styles that flatter all hair types. At Toni Neal Salon Theory, the team specializes in using extensions to add length, fullness, or even a splash of color to clients' hair, though the stylists are equally adept at basic trims, styling sessions, and bubblegum-removal treatments.
Everyone deserves a day filled with bliss and pampering. At Mary Todd Hair Company in Atlanta, you can find just that.
Clients of this spa will experience fashion-forward hairstyle trends to match their personal style.
So if you wish to look nothing short of amazing, be sure to have Mary Todd Hair Company handle all your hair needs.
Let your personality shine with a trendy cut and color from one of the trained stylists at Ken Bailey Hair Studio in Atlanta.
For beauty services, such as eyelash extensions and make up application, look no further than Ken Bailey Hair Studio.
This salon features talented stylists that offer hair care services for both men and women.
Men and women alike will find a stylist they like at Ken Bailey Hair Studio, where everyone leaves with locks they love.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Healthy hair is an essential to life, therefore we at Stacy G Studios enjoy giving back to our community, making women look and feel more beautiful, and more confident about themselves
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Giving back to the community
What do you love most about your job?
I can do what I love everyday
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
A client calling me in tears thanking me for always being there and encouraging her, and reminding her how beautiful she is
"As artists," writes Helmet founder Randy Addison, "we wouldn't want to sculpt something only to have someone else paint it." This sums up the salon's start-to-finish approach to salon treatments—the stylists and colorists are one and the same. They transform clients' manes in a laid-back, welcoming environment that allows the staff to focus solely on creating flattering coiffures tailored to the needs of the head on which they rest. Armed with products from Aveda and Bumble and bumble, they snip, shape, blow-out, and color locks with aplomb. The team views each hairstyle as a collaboration between patron and stylist, brought to life through the latter's vision, skill, and shears, and the former's personality, features, and ability to sit still in a chair.