You can bring interpretations of your favorite beauty trends to reality through consultation, customization, creation and education with your stylist.
Erin Zosel of Edina opened Sloane’s Beauty Bar at 50th and France in February 2017. This unpretentious yet super stylish salon is home to several talented stylists including Paul Felipe who lives in Edina and has raised his two children here. He’s been in the beauty industry for over 34 years and gets excited to share what’s new as well as what’s tried and true. Felipe follows all the current trends and then determines how those trends translate into everyday styles for real men and women in Edina.
Aveda in Southdale Center received a makeover. With a focus on guest experience, Aveda executive director of retail, Evelyn Hill, says, “We incorporate the educational and professional in the world of beauty.”
Roz Safdari grew up in Cloquet, Minn. and likely thought her days in the northland were over after moving to Atlanta to pursue her career as a master hairstylist. There, she met and married master colorist Alex Safdari and the duo moved to Manhattan where they worked for the famed Rita Hazan Salon of NYC, which counted among its clientele celebs like Beyoncé, Madonna and Jennifer Lopez. But Minnesotans understand the draw of the Twin Cities for families with young children and those in search of a good life with a more reasonable price tag.
Whether you’re aiming to improve the texture of your skin or appear a few years younger, the registered nurses and medical estheticians in med spas and salons around town can help you sift through the numerous skin care and non-surgical options with your budget and goals in mind.
Mikkelson notes that this season’s outfits will pair navy and sheer pink, so she recommends sheer blush and a pale pink manicure with navy tips to complete the look.
Boosalis says flushed cheeks with pink or peach cream blush will be on trend, as will red lips of various hues and cat eyes, with matte white eye shadow or mixed with amber bronze tones.