Spa & Beauty Salon Services in Sunny Isles, FL
  • Professional Services

    Our mission at Classy On Collins Spa & Beauty Salon is to accentuate each and every client's internal beauty through our passion and commitment to our craft. To honor the trust bestowed on us, by our clients to manifest their unique beauty to the world. We strive to bring joy and uplift all who share our vision.
  • Product Consultations

    Do you want to know your hair type? Or the products that are best for your curl pattern? Are you newly Natural? Or have you been natural for a while but not quite sure how to manage your hair? Do you want a better hair care regimen? Or understand how pH balance fits into your product selection? Do you have dry itchy scalp? Or always feel you need more moisture? Do you want more curl definition? Or want to learn how to achieve a better twist out style? Let our hair specialist answer all those questions for you.
  • Excellent Customer Service

    At Classy On Collins Spa & Beauty Salon we are completely committed to pleasing our current and prospective clients. We ask that if you are unhappy in any way with your service or experience to please allow us to rectify any issues. We follow through with all our clients until they are completely satisfied.

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  • What Exactly Is Hair?

    Typical mammalian hair consists of the shaft, protruding above the skin, and the root, which is sunk in a follicle, or pit, beneath the skin surface. Except for a few growing cells at the base of the root, the hair is dead tissue and is composed of keratin and related proteins. The hair follicle is a tube-like pocket of the epidermis that encloses a small section of the dermis at its base. Human hair is formed by rapid divisions of cells at the base of the follicle. As the cells are pushed upward from the follicle's base, they harden and undergo pigmentation. The hair on our scalps and in our eyebrows and eyelashes are different from other bodily hairs. The hair on our heads grows a healthy .5 inch per month, and long scalp hairs have an average life of 3 to 5 years. Most of us have between 100,000 Read More
  • Ingredients in Hair Color

    Until the early 1900s, hair coloring was made from a wide range of herbal and natural dyes. Flying in the face of other chemists who found the development of hair coloring trivial and unworthy of their time, French chemist Eugene Schuller created the first safe commercial hair coloring in 1909. His invention was based on a new chemical, paraphenylenediamine, and provided the foundation of his company, the French Harmless Hair Dye Company. A year later, the name was changed to one that is more familiar today -- L'Oreal. L'Oreal, one of the hair product giants, has grown steadily over the years; the company credits advanced and applied research of new product development and expansion into markets around the world with its global success. The two main chemical ingredients involved in any coloring process that lasts longer than 12 shampoos are: Hydrogen peroxide (also known as the developer or oxidizing agent) -- This Read More
  • Choosing a Hair Color

    Choosing a Hair Color Time was when your hair color choices were blonde, red, brunette, and black, but those days are long gone! Each basic hair color comes in a full array of choices from platinum blonde to jet-black. Moreover, the modern consumer must choose from non-traditional hair colors that range from hot pink to chartreuse. However, the wrong hair color choice can give you the blues and leave you red in the face! First Hair Color Choices The best method in choosing a hair color is first to choose the results you want from it. Depending on whether you are covering gray, highlighting a natural hair color, or using hair color to completely change your image, knowing what you want helps you to narrow down hair coloring choices. Before you get down to choosing a hair color, first decide on your commitment to hair coloring. Temporary hair colors wash Read More
  • Hair Coloring Products

    The good news is that most hair color products today have nicer smells than the tell-tale rotten-egg odor that once accompanied permanents or hair coloring. And most color can be applied easily: some to wet hair, others to dry hair, worked into a shampoo-like lather, left to process (some formulas call for covering with a plastic cap during processing; others do not) and then rinsed and conditioned. The down side is still that chemicals in hair coloring can be harsh and harmful to your hair if you don't know what you're doing or if you color or perm too often. How peroxide and ammonia react with your hair is directly related to the level and kind of product you're using. Here are basic descriptions of the three major hair coloring product levels used by Clairol, L'oreal and others: Level 1, semi-permanent color -- This product adds color without changing natural color Read More
  • Choosing the Right Hair Color and Product

    Choosing a new hair color isn't as simple as finding a color you like on a box in the drugstore. You need to make this choice based on an analysis of your natural hair color, eye color and skin tone. First, let's review the basic "laws" of color. Color, as we see it, is actually the reflection of light off of the colored pigments in the hair shaft. It's sort of like the color prisms you saw in elementary school: it fractured light into distinctive colors you could see. This is what happens with hair color except that you're adding or subtracting colors to change from one color to another or to change the undertones. A shade of color is made up of different combinations of reflections off the pigments. That's why hair color -- both natural and dyed -- looks different under fluorescent lights and in natural sunlight. Color levels are Read More
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