The stylists at SunSera Salons in Saskatoon can provide you with the must-have hair colors and cuts of the season.
The secret to great skin is a facial! Treat yourself to a skin-enhancing one from this salon.
It's never too early (or too late) to get the right treatment for your skin. Check out SunSera Salons for a wide variety of skin care treatments, including a body wrap.
Keep your health and wellness in check with an alternative medical treatment from this salon.
Browse the large selection of hair removal remedies at SunSera Salons and find the perfect match for your personal needs.
Chopped or trimmed, a new haircut from this salon will leave you feeling confident.
Avoid the hassle of painting your own nails and head to this salon for a quick and professional nail care treatment.
There is a relaxing massage with your name on it waiting for you at this salon.
SunSera Salons offers a plethora of beauty services such as eyelash extensions and make up application, but that's just the tip of their offerings.
At SunSera Salons, the talent, treatments, and top-notch customer service will ensure that your hair looks beautiful and feels great when you walk out the door.
Terry Wasylow has spent more than 30 years in the beauty industry, but she discovered her passion for natural beauty products in 1999 when she suffered mercury poisoning. Convinced that her skin was absorbing too many toxins from her cosmetic and personal-care products, she created a No-No List to help others avoid similar experiences. This list delineates which ingredients could be harmful and which ingredients are just wearing a scary mask.
On top of sharing her knowledge, she takes it to the next step and steers her clients toward gentle, noninvasive laser treatments, such as the Poly-Skin and Digi-Light treatments, which simultaneously stimulates cells and refreshes and energizes the skin with a gentle electrical current. After a skincare session—which could also entail microdermabrasion or cold-laser treatments—Wasylow and her staff recommend natural products for at-home care. Their collection includes a variety of makeup staples as well as shampoos, conditioners, and hand sanitizer.
The steady-handed professionals at Carolyne Esthetics and Hair Artistry offer something for everyone, performing a smorgasbord of spa and salon treatments. On the salon side, stylists who stay up to date on the latest styles host free consultations before transforming manes with cuts, colours, or perms. Meanwhile, therapists soothe tired muscles with massages, wax handlers strip away unwanted hairs, and nail techs gussy up toes at the foot of leather pedicure chairs that feature built-in heat massagers. Drawing from shelves brimming with premium products from Sothys Skincare and G.M. Collin, aestheticians perform a number of skin treatments, including body scrubs, facials, and microdermabrasions.
Within the comforting confines of a tranquil, spa-like atmosphere, SunSera Salons' staff curates an extensive cache of hair, skin, and nail services for events such as birthday and bachelorette parties at nine locations. Massage therapists knead away aches with help from aromatherapy and hot stones while stylists shear and sculpt strands to better frame faces or photos of celebrities taped to faces.
Standup, horizontal, and UV-free tanning beds outfit epidermises with a golden glow, and meticulous manicures and pedicures headline a lengthy roster of aesthetic services, such as hydrating facials and cellulite treatments. Certified technicians tackle unwanted body hair with lasers and wax, targeting offending fuzz on such body areas as legs, arms, and extra elbows.
As chronicled in the StarPhoenix, when the mother-daughter team of Rose Botting and Heather Morris decided to open up their own studio, their goal was to "try to be that neighbourhood salon." This might be why, instead of naming their salon "Big Chain Salon with Robots for Stylists," they named it after their puppies, Parker and Floyd. The article goes on to describe how since renovating their space, bringing in all new equipment, and throwing open their doors for business, the staff has grown to include three stylists, two massage therapists, and an aesthetician. To create that neighbourhood-salon-feel, the team pairs its skills in all things hair, nail, and massage with little touches such as offering guests free gourmet coffee.
Salon Pure is named for its devotion to all-natural hair and skincare products, many of which are infused with essential oils and other sought-after ingredients. During facials, for example, the aestheticians here turn to Ahava products and their Dead Sea minerals to cleanse and exfoliate skin.
Of course, clients at Salon Pure have more to feel good about than a few natural products. The menu includes a full array of luxuriant services, from pedicures with paraffin dips to body massages with warm basalt-lava stones. Some services draw heavily on new technologies, such as the rejuvenating galvanic ionization facial and a special massage for cyborgs.