Your guide to style, through the eyes of your hairdresser.
Erin’s Pick: Control Paste
Who makes it? Aveda. Why she loves it: The best product for short hair. Soft with moveablehold and shine. It has the same result every time it’s used. Best For: Men and Women Price: $22
Jolene’s Pick: Aveda Phomollient™
Who makes it? Aveda. Why she loves it: Shine, moisture and body for every hair texture.
Michael’s Pick: Moisture Kick
Who makes it? Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure. Why he loves it: Adds moisture to dry hair. It is great as a daily conditioner. Works as a kids detangler. Best For: Fine hair Price: $18.
Jessica’s Pick: Silkening Oil Treatment
Who makes it? Aquage. Why she loves it: Creates silky, smooth, frizz-free hair. Great for added shine to dull ends. Best For: Women with any hair type Price: $35.
Clinton’s Pick: Moroccanoil Treatment
Who makes it? Moroccanoil. Why he loves it: Keeps hair healthy and shiny without being greasy. Helps repair hair and reduce frizz. Smells great too! Best for: All hair types, but especially a must for dry and damaged hair. Price: $32.
Keri’s Pick: Moroccanoil Hairspray Medium Hold
Who Makes it? Moroccanoil. Why she loves it: Anyone can use it. It doesn’t get sticky or leave build up. Universal hairspray. Best For: Women with any hair type. Price: $22.
Rosie’s Pick: Dust It
Who makes it? Schwarzkopf Osis+. Why she loves it: Adds nice texture and volume. Best For: All hair types, but fine hair especially. Price: $24.
Tiffany’s Pick: Lizette mineral powder
Who makes it? Lizette cosmetics. Why she loves it: It’s water-resistant so it doesn’t smudge or smear. It’s great for defining brows and for covering grays along the hairline in between colors. Best for: With 10 different shades to choose from, it’s for everyone. Price: $25
When you walk into Michael Stefan salon you will immediately notice that this is not an ordinary hair salon. The space also supports an art gallery. The art salon features the works of local artists, although we have been pleased to feature work from as far away as Poland and Japan. The mediums range from two dimensional drawing, painting, and photography to three dimensional wood crafting and metal sculpture. Hand crafted jewelry can also grace the space. New work is shown every three months. Be sure to check the schedule and come in for a viewing at any time. An artist reception party is given to kick off each show. Please join us and enjoy wine and appetizers while we view the art, listen to music and engage in friendly conversation. You are sure to have a great evening.