Best Hair Salons and Day Spas in Dallas

Local spas and salons offer a mind-boggling array of options to help us deal with our obsession for perfection. It’s not just manicures and facials anymore; hot rocks, Botox, and oxygen detox are all the rage. To help you through the beauty maze, we scoured the city to bring you the best places to curl up and rub down.

day spas and ultra salons are opening up faster than Calgon can take
you away. And they offer a mind-boggling array of options to help us
deal with our obsession for perfection—it’s not just cuts, color, and
manicures. Hot rocks, Botox, and oxygen detox are all the rage.
To help you through the beauty maze, we scoured the city to bring you the best places to curl up and rub down.

The Best Day Spas in Dallas

Spa at the Crescent
Hotel Crescent Court
400 Crescent Ct. 214-871-3232

27 massage therapists and nine facialists, this consistently ranks as
one of the best urban spas in the country. The Travel Channel is
featuring the signature lime margarita bath and BBQ wrap in a program
airing later this year.

Price for massage: $55-$140 Price for facial: $60-$130 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $25-$35; pedi: $50-$75 Services offered: body treatment and wrap, massage, facial, scrub, makeover, mani/pedi, microdermabrasion, peel, Fotofacial, teen facial Specialties: cowboy boogie pedicure, BBQ wrap, lime margarita bath, Lady Primrose English garden ritual, Lady Primrose green tea ritual Celebrities served: Bette Midler, Marcia Gay Harden, LeAnn Rimes, Deion Sanders Products offered: Lady Primrose, Sonya Dakkar, Yonka Best massage therapist: Cesar Garza Best facialist: Renita Burgess Best nail technician: Loan Tran Best makeup artists: Annalisa Whitley, Sunny Afshari

Paula McClure Mood Spa

2723 McKinney Ave. 214-303-1223

The late Paula McClure, former ABC Channel 8 anchor, founded this spa as a ladies’ urban retreat from anxiety and stress.

Price for massage: $75-$110 Price for facial: $80-$105 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $30-$40; pedi: $45-$55 Services offered: massage, facial, reflexology, wrap, hydrotherapy, eye treatment, wax Specialties: Mood Facial deep-cleansing treatment; Eyes of Texas; Texas Buff and Polish, a pecan-peppermint-sugar scrub Celebrities served: Sharon Stone, Erykah Badu, Melba Moore, Robert Altman Products offered: Dermalogica, Paula McClure¹s aromatherapy products Best massage therapists:
Kristin Prevou (Texas Buff and Polish), Lawrence Lusty (hot stone
therapy massage, pregnancy massage), Janis Rosebush (deep-tissue
massage) Best facialist: Jacqueline Gayte Best nail technician: Paula McLeod

Spa Pangea

2400 W. I- 20, Arlington. 817-465-9797
menu we mean the list of spa services and the treats in the cafe at
Daired Ogle’s place. The list of body wraps, massages, and facials is
long and luscious.

Price for massage: $80-$160 Price for facial: $80-$125 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $30-$50; pedi: $55-$75 Services offered: full-service salon, massage, body wrap, scrub, hydrotherapy treatment, microdermabrasion, mani/pedi, wax, makeup Specialties: Thai massage, shea butter wrap, Pangea body scrub Celebrities served: Karen Borta, Sandra Brown, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Guarini Products offered: Spa Pangea at-home bath and body products, Sonya Dakkar Best massage therapists: Kim Grogan, Karon Norman Best facialist: Diana Bianco Best nail technician: My Nguyen Best makeup artist: Tressia Bond Best hairstylist: Adele West

Seventeen Studio Spa Salon

3645 Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 501, Plano 469-361-0017

The packagesWant It All! and Glam It Up!sound like pop songs. But they’re actually perfect hair, makeup, and mani/pedi parties for teens and preteens.

Price for massage: $60-$90 Price for facial: $45-$60 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $18-$25; pedi: $30-$40 Services offered: full-service salon, mani/pedi, facial, massage, wax, microdermabrasion Celebrities served: Jessica Simpson, FeFe Dobson Products offered: Bumble & Bumble, Dermalogica, Deva Curl, Murad, OPI, Redken, Too Faced Best massage therapist: Megan Wright Best facialist: Maribel Rodriguez Best nail technician: Jennifer Adams Best makeup artist: Jenny Bright Best hairstylists: Casey Foster, Valerie Gifft, Tiffany Jackson, Miriam Ortiz Best special-event stylist: Samantha Baugh Best hair colorist: Jennifer Blackburn

Face and Body Resort Spa

1549 Legacy Dr. 972-668-6108

is where the Plano corporate execs (Frito Lay, JCPenney) go for
pampering. The more casual sister spa, Face & Body Day Spa in
Dallas, has some of the best waxers.

Price for massage: $80-$120 Price for facial: $80-$120 Services offered: massage, facial, body wrap and scrub, mani/pedi Specialties: vanilla-rose wrap, healing stone therapy, citrus pedicure, age-defiance facial with scalp treatment, chocolate mint pedicure Products offered: Ahaba, Babor, Dermalogica, Dreamtime, June Jacobs, Kashwere, Republic Tea, Skinceuticals, Zents Best massage therapist: Teresa Buhler Best facialists: Michele Sampson Smith, Kathleen Quinn Best nail technicians: Celia Santesban, Mandy Earlywine

FOOT FETISH: Enjoy a snooze-inducing pedicure at Eaton Court.

Spa at Eaton Court

102 W. McDermott Dr., Allen 972-727-2333

charming full-service salon and spa, housed in a refurbished Victorian
home, is a dream come true for owner Kathleen Eaton. Upstairs, a luxury
suite awaits couples wanting extra-special treatment.

Price for massage: $60-$145 Price for facial: $50-$125 Price for pedicure: $50-$85 Services offered:
full-service salon, massage, facial, glycolic peel, skin resurfacing,
Lam Probe skin tag and blood spot removal, makeup, wax, lash perm and
tint, photo light permanent hair reduction, mani/pedi, body scrub and
wrap, hot rock treatment, airbrush tan, body bronze Specialties: five-layer phyto facial, ultimate facial, pedicure Celebrities served: Celine Dion, Barbara Bush, Aretha Franklin, Randy Travis and his wife Elizabeth, LeAnn Rimes, Jane Seymour Products offered: Big Sexy Hair, Bumble & Bumble, Kérastase, Lemongrass, L’Oreal, Moor Mud, Peau Vive, Qtica, Redken, Sebastian Best massage therapist: Debbie Weeks Best facialists: Nancy Conley, Debbie Weeks Best makeup artist: Debbie Weeks Best nail technician: Felicia Best pedicurist: Kathleen Eaton Best hairstylist: Dawn Galaviz

Spa at the Cooper Aerobics Center
12100 Preston Rd. 972-392-7729

Kenneth Cooper is perhaps better known for aerobics than aromatherapy,
but this 35-acre complex is a wonderful North Dallas secret.

Price for massage: $45-$115 Price for facial: $85-$110 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $27-$40; pedi: $42-$57 Services offered: massage, reflexology, hot stone therapy, facial, microdermabrasion, glycolic peel, mani/pedi, body scrub and wrap Specialties: Texas sage body scrub, almond-vanilla manicure and pedicure, vitamin C anti-aging facial Celebrities served: Angie Harmon, Nia Peeples Products offered: M.D. Formulations,  Peau Vive, Skinceuticals Best massage therapist: Lisa Castillo Best facialist: Donna Crosson Best nail technician: Summer Maulden

Spa & Salon at the Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas
4150 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving 972-717-2555

Just last month, the Four Seasons completed a $1.3 million remodel. “Spa business is very healthy,”  they told us. Indeed.

Price for massage: $115-$170 Price for facial: $115-$160 Price for mani/pedi: $50-$75 Services offered:
full-service salon, massage, facial, body treatment, mani/pedi, sauna,
steam room, Whirlpool or Jacuzzi, cold plunge pool, private spa pool Specialties: Four Seasons Ritual, including Vichy shower; Texas Two Step, with blue corn body polish and sagebrush massage Products offered: Babor, Bumble & Bumble, Naturopathica, Phytomer, RK, Terax Best massage therapist: Gertrude Harris Best facialist: Jackie Baxter Best nail technician: Margo Heflin Best hairstylist: Dyan Brantley

Estée Lauder Spa
Neiman Marcus, 400 NorthPark Center. 214-891-1280

Despite the frenetic pace of the department store itself, the Estée Lauder Spa is a respite from the mad dash for Jimmy Choos.

Price for massage: $45-$125 Price for facial: $85-$195 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $25-$50; pedi: $50-$75 Services offered: massage, facial, body treatment, mani/pedi, wax, makeup Specialties: microdermabrasion facial, hot lava rock body massage, crystal rub down Celebrity served: LeAnn Rimes Products offered: Estée Lauder

Renee Rouleau Skin Care Salon

19009 Preston Rd., Ste. 206 972-248-6131

Don’t come expecting an aromatherapy massage and honey glow; this is the only spa in Dallas dedicated exclusively to skin care.

Price for facial: $80-$220 Services offered: European facial, corrective skin peel, acne treatment, Botox, microdermabrasion, permanent makeup, custom blends foundation Specialties: Cranberry-Brasion facial Celebrities served: Jessica Simpson, Heather Graham, Cheryl Ladd, Kelly Rasberry Products offered: Renee Rouleau’s exclusive skincare line Best facialist: Grainne Noel

Georgette Klinger

5560 W. Lovers Ln., Ste. 250 214-654-9800

grande dame of skincare first opened in New York City in 1945, almost
40 years before its Dallas debut. Fans still flock here for nine-step

Price for massage: $90+ Price for facial: $85+ Price for mani/pedi: mani: $30; pedi: $60 Services offered: massage, facial, body treatment and wrap, stone therapy, wax, mani/pedi, makeup lesson, microdermabrasion, ionithermie Specialties: Japanese silk booster facial, nine-step facial, ionithermie, microdermabrasion Celebrity served: Chuck Norris Products offered: Elemis, Georgette Klinger, La Therapie, Vincent Longo Best massage therapists: Madeline Philipps, Tinisia Green Best facialists: Arzu Ors, Jennifer Roberts Best nail technician: Letai Gebru Best makeup artists: Jennifer Roberts, Rosalba Renderos

Elizabeth Arden Red Door Salon and Spa

Shops at Willow Bend, 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. 469-366-0138 MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

We usually prefer a local mom-and-pop shop to a chain, but the Red Door salons and spas must be doing something rightthere are 27 locations across the country.

Price for massage: $85-$155 Price for facial: $85-$175 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $25-$65; pedi: $45-$70 Services offered:
full-service salon (including extensions), massage, facial, massage
elemental balancing, Actu body bronzer, mask and wrap,
microdermabrasion, glycolic treatment, aquatherapy Specialties: massage with essential oils, reflexology, paraffin hand therapy, lip treatment facial Products offered: E Solutions, Elizabeth Arden, Phytomer, Prive, Sebastian, Skinceuticals, Spa 7/52, Villa Floriani, Wella Best massage therapist: Jenny Walker Best facialist: Marina Lantsman Best nail technician: Anna Tran-Gabriel Best makeup artist: Gretchen Tripp Best hairstylist: Molly Hosfelt Best hair colorists: Charla Romo, Amy Kott-Hovland

Riviera Spa

4445 Travis St., Ste. 102. 214-521-2112

pedicure packages include a piece of dessert for which the pedi is
named. This summer’s sweet treat is a lemon cream pie pedi.

Price for massage: $70+ Price for facial: $80+ Price for mani/pedi: $40-$80 Services offered: full-service salon, makeup, massage, facial, mani/pedi, microdermabrasion, hot stone treatment, Endermologie Specialty: Sugar and Spice pedicure Celebrities served: Patricia Heaton, Mike Modano Products offered: Ergo candles, Jack Black, Nailtiques, OPI, Phyto, Phytomer, Prive, Talika Moore, Skin Medica, Yonka Best massage therapist: Betty Edge Best facialists: Lisa Vanstory, Tammi Saffell Best nail technician: Judy Avilez Best makeup artist: Julia Taura Best hairstylist: Julia Taura

de NoVo

3102 Oak Lawn Ave. 214-219-4100

member of the spa staff at de NoVo is a registered nurse, so they take
all procedures seriously (i.e., they don’t dilute the Botox). Makeup
guru French has quite a following.

Price for massage: $50-$75 Price for facial: $65-$125 Price for mani/pedi: mani: $30-$40; pedi: $45-$75 Services offered:
full-service salon, Botox, microdermabrasion, collagen injection, laser
hair removal, VascuLight for varicose veins, photo facial, peel, brow
lift, upper eyelid lift  Products
Obagi, Trapp and Votivo candles Best massage therapist: Paul Wells Best facialists: Lori Murner, John Stevens Best nail technician: Dita Ghaemi Best makeup artist: French Best hairstylists: Bob Marshall, Erin Gassie, French Best hair colorist: Kipp Tuers


Hotel ZaZa, 2332 Leonard St. 214-550-9492

one too many cosmos by the pool, the hip and trendy check into the spa
to detox with ZaHangover Lift, a relaxing bath of Dead Sea water and
essential oils.

Price for massage: $80-$100 Price for facial: $90-$100 Price for mani/pedi: $80-$90 Services offered: massage, facial, body wrap, salt/sugar glows, hydrotherapy treatment, mani/pedi, hair removal, sunless tan Specialties:
ZaJava Ritual (jasmine, coconut, yogurt, and honey wrap), ZaHangover
Cures (series of treatments designed for detoxification and
rejuvenation), ZaEclipse (sunless tan), vitamin C facial, Lover’s
Interlude for Two Products offered: Ole Henriksen, EmerginC, Thalgo, Pure Figi, Mario Russo Best massage therapists: Valerie Polyakova, Steve Mies, Kindra Guffey, Rebecca Pedraza Best facialist: Sheryl Payne Best nail technicians: Lisa Le, Alex Magdaleno.

Photos: Robe: Bode Helm; Eaton: James Bland


Miraval’s outdoor Arizona setting draws outdoor enthusiasts.

Destination Spas
expert and Dallas travel agent Judy Nurre recommends these 10 spas for
those who have the time and cash to travel in pursuit of pampering.
by Allison Halfield

Brenner’s. Opened in 1872 in a valley of
Germany’s Black Forest, Brenner’s combines leisure and luxury in an
old-world setting. Whether you want to be sporty or lazy, the grande
dame of Baden-Baden offers plenty. Lie back for a coffee-chip rubdown,
or suit up for a run along the River Oos. Self-indulgent lovers can
enjoy a whirlpool, sauna, Japanese blossom steam bath, and chroma- and
aromatherapy—all designed for the pleasure of a pair.

Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires. Its focus is
less about pampering than wellness. With a staff of doctors, nurses,
psychologists, exercise physiologists, nutritionists, and other health
professionals, and dozens of fitness classes, this is no spa for
sissies. You’ll discover that the joys of relaxation are greater when
indulgence follows activity. Smaller than the Tucson, Arizona, location
and nestled in New England’s Berkshire Mountains, the resort offers an
intimate, rewarding experience. 800-742-9000.

Four Seasons Bali at Jimbaran Bay. The most
exotic locale on our list, the northern tip of the Indonesian island
provides a breathtaking setting that caresses every sense. An attentive
native  cossets you in the sumptuous style perfected by the luxury
hotel chain. You’ll never feel like a stranger in a foreign land. Spa
therapies are inspired by the sea, and specialties include traditional
Balinese treatments using sea salt, seaweed, aromatics, and pure water.

The Greenhouse. No airfare required for this
“getaway.” Though local, the Greenhouse in Arlington is more than a day
spa. The recently unveiled Fat Flush Residential Program (from $4,965)
is a body reshaping and nutritional detox program, including an
exercise regimen, menu, and nutrition supplementation. This is also a
popular mother-daughter getaway: celebrity clients include Cindy
Crawford and her mom, Brooke Shields and her mom, and Carrie Fisher and
Debbie Reynolds. 817-640-4000.

Grove Park Inn. Located in Asheville, North
Carolina, but owned and operated by a Dallas company, the resort is
nearly 100 years old, but its spa opened in 2001. Body treatments, such
as Fire, Rock, Water & Light (a full-body exfoliation, buttermilk
and honey whirlpool bath, cream body wrap, waterfall massage, and
more), are legendary. Much of the spa is underground, but you’ll want
to emerge at least once a day—to enjoy the beauty of the sun as it
sinks behind the Blue Ridge Mountains. 800-438-5800.

Hotel Ixtapan. The town of Ixtapan de la Sal,
Mexico, is famous for warm thermal waters with purported curative
powers, and its namesake resort is a favorite of spa seekers not only
because you will leave feeling like a new person, but also because you
won’t have to rob a bank to do it. The spa menu features the usual
suspects—massages, facials, body wraps, yoga—and the staff is
super-friendly. Four-day packages start at $535, which covers your
room, treatments and programs, and low-cal meals. 800-638-7950.

Lake Austin Spa Resort. A luxurious
multimillion-dollar expansion opened last month. Guests traverse lush
gardens to enter through the spa’s backdoor, signifying the intimacy of
the experience to come. Choose from more than 100 body treatments (we
love the hot rocks), many of which include herbs, nuts, and fruits
grown on-site. What’s more: outdoor yoga, water-skiing instruction,
belly-dancing classes, gardening demonstrations, and plenty of time to
relax and unwind in the Hill Country. 800-847-5637.

Miraval. If you want to just lie around, you
can. But that’s not why most people travel to this Arizona luxury
health resort. There are so many interesting things to do (and have
done) that you’ll need a week to appreciate the options fully, which
include more than morning yoga and mud massages. Horseback riding, wall
climbing, desert hikes, photography and cooking lessons, and a host of
rejuvenating body treatments are just the start. 800-232-3969.

Parrot Cay. The Caribbean’s most exclusive spa
occupies its own 1,000-acre island in the Turks and Caicos, and it’s a
favorite of Julia Roberts, Donna Karan, and Demi Moore. The name of the
spa, Shambhala, means “center of peace and harmony,” and that it is.
The spa focuses more on healing than pampering, taking a holistic
approach to well-being and incorporating Eastern-inspired therapies.
Through the end of the year, there are four yoga retreats with
world-renowned specialists.

St. Regis Monarch. Ocean breezes, vibrant views,
and the promise of orange frappé body wraps and underwater massage draw
young Hollywood south from LA to Dana Point, California. The 400-room
Mediterranean-inspired resort mixes old-world styling and contemporary
amenities to create an atmosphere both classic and hip. Each visit to
Spa Gaucin begins with the toss of a coin into a wishing well and ends
with all your cares forgotten. 800-722-1543.

Judy Nurre is the only travel agent in town who
specializes in spa travel. She creates personalized spa experiences for
any budget and lifestyle. Contact her at 214-363-8800 or [email protected].

Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons, Miraval


The Best Hair Salons in Dallas

Salon Pompeo

3227 McKinney Ave., Ste. 103

wine, and $35 blow jobs (their words not ours). Need we say more? You
can donate your hair to make hairpieces for financially disadvantaged
kids (18 and under) suffering from medical hair loss.

Price for cut: $30-$150 Price for color: $50-$150 Services offered: cut, color, extensions, thermal reconditioning, facial, body wrap, massage, airbrush tan, mani/pedi, microdermabrasion Specialties: thermal reconditioning, extensions, airbrush tan, $10,000 ultimate beauty package Celebrities served: Stephen Jones, Christopher Martin, Victoria Snee Products offered: Alterna, Kérastase, Prive Best master stylist: Deanna DiPizio Best classic stylist: Alex Ste. Marie Best trendsetting stylist: Ashley Warnick Best blow-dry stylist: Xristofer Crowder Best special-event
Sam Cathey Best hair colorist: Del Woodrum Best children’s stylist: Casey Pollan Best stylist for African-American haircut/color: Xristofer Crowder

Compagnia Della Bellezza/Claudio & Valentino

19009 Preston Rd., Ste. 112. 972-380-2454

Valentino Fuschini and Claudio Movizzo take turns traveling to Rome to
check on their second salon. Should you decide to join them, you can
book a trip with Guilio Covello, the on-site travel agent.

Price for cut: $40-$80 Price for color: $48-$120 Services offered: cut, color, style, makeup, microdermabrasion Specialties: cut and color Products offered: Brocato, Kérastase, Redken Best master stylist: Alessio Apostoli Best classic stylist: Inge Bhatia Best trendsetting stylists: Claudio Movizzo, Valentino Fuschini Best blow-dry stylist: Maya Mahin Best special-event stylist: Nadia Bakht Best hair colorist: Daniela Cataldi Best children’s stylist: Joanna Pedraza

Select Studio and Salon
3526 Cedar Springs Rd. 214-727-9879

Mark Mahan spends his off-time searching high and low for one-of-a-kind
items, such as Bauer pottery and antique chandeliers, to sell in his

Price for cut: $40-$75 Price for color: $50-$200 Services offered: cut, color, style, massage, facial, mani/pedi, eyelash extension, makeup, wax Products offered: Alterna, Aquage, Cellex-C, L’anza, M.D. Formulations, Redken, Sebastian, Sorbie Best master stylist: Vicki Bonnheim Best classic stylist: Steve Hickman Best trendsetting stylist: Christin Cobb Best blow-dry stylist: Kim Woods Best special-event stylist: Ali Marsden Best hair colorists: Bill Ory, Margaret Mustantig Best children’s stylist: Mary Ann Ring

CUTTING CREW: (left to right) Osgood-O’Neil Salon’s Molly Schwartz, Bruce Osgood, J.T. Osgood, Jeff O’Neill, Allane O’Neil, and Jenny Miller

Osgood-O’Neil Salon

6932 Snider Plaza. 214-373-6336

the weather is nice, the fashion-forward stylists at Osgood O’Neil work
their magic on the outdoor patio shaded by wisteria, a tranquil setting
for the friendly staff.

Price for cut: $45-$85 Price for color: $55-$220 Services offered: cut, color, style, updo, thermal reconditioning, makeup, chair massage
Specialties: cut and color Best master stylist: Cecillia Nguyen Best classic stylist: Mike Murphy Best trend-setting stylist: Jenny Miller Best blow-dry stylist: Erica Lovelady Best special-event stylist: Kimberly Crawford Best hair colorists: Molly Schwartz, Elizabeth Oxley

Trio: Salon, Gallery & Special Events

2404 McKinney Ave. 214-855-0500

the chairs you’re sitting in while you wait for your cut? Owner Dana
Jackson will sell them to you. Everything in her 3,000-square-foot
space, down to the CD playing in the background, is for sale.

Price for cut: men’s: $35+; women’s: $65+ Price for color: highlights: $25-$100; full: $50 Services offered: cut, color, style, mani/pedi, makeup, facial wax, chair massage Specialty: Pampering Parties Celebrities served: Gary Busey and ex-wife Tiani Products offered: Trio, the salon’s exclusive line Best master stylist: Sara Schoenborn Best classic stylist: Chad Dingman Best trendsetting stylist: Jessica Lunsford Best special-event stylist: Sara Schoenborn Best hair colorists: all Best men’s stylist: Chad Dingman

Matthew Tully Hairdressing
2815 Allen St., Ste. 126. 214-999-1116

Tully’s mod salon attracts the Uptown cool crowd and their young, hip
friends, as well as some of our favorite Mavericks.

Price for cut: men’s: $35-$65; women’s: $50-$80 Price for color: one process: $45-$90; highlights: $75-$135 Services offered: cut, color, style, updo Specialties: cut and color determined by hair type, facial type, and lifestyle Celebrities served: Mike Modano, Steve Nash, Dirk Nowitzki Best master stylist: Matthew Tully Best classic stylist: Brian Allen Best trendsetting stylist: Ian Flannigan Best blow-dry stylist: Tania Munoz Best special-event stylists: Tania Munoz, Matthew Tully Best hair colorists: Matthew Tully, Brian Allen, Tania Munoz, Ian Flannigan

Premier Atelier
8201 Preston Rd., Ste. 110. 214-696-4074

Eber may have hung up his Dallas hat, but a few of his staff remain at
the newly christened Premier Atelier, the “official salon of the Dallas
Cowboys Cheerleaders.”

Price for cut: men: $60; women: $85-$95 Price for color: $85-$160 Services offered:
color, cut, style, updo, Kérastase deep-conditioning treatments,
permanent hair straightening, mani/pedi, wax, facial, massage, body
treatment, makeup lesson and application Specialties: customized consultations Products offered: Babor, Biolure, Kérastase, Prive Best master stylist: Rainer Schneck Best classic stylist: Mark Talley Best blow-dry stylist: Lay Akhotmy Best special-event stylist: Rai

Photo: Phil Hollenbeck