CLOSED after fire and never reopened - I went to one particular stylist for many years and in general it was a good place
544 Stevens Ave Ste TSolana Beach, CA 92075
From Business: Facials, chemical peels, waxing, eyelash extensions, eyelash and eyebrow tint, eyelash perm. Make up for special occasions.
240 Lomas Santa Fe DrSolana Beach, CA 92075
I recently discovered Charisma and I am happy to say I am very pleased... Not only was Sherry, the owner able to give me perfect baby blonde highlig…
Excellent training, lots of classes offered, professional staff. Definitely recommend training here for both self-defense techniques as well as conditioning. You won't regret it!
This place closed down, and left no forwarding address so I don't know where they went. I did enjoy going there when it was open :) plus, I still had store credit, which is a bummer since I would have used it if I had known they were shutting down their business! :(
This is an awful establishment built on nothing but greed. They trick you with a "free trial" - to which you end up paying for. Then they trick you to sign a contract in which they are reluctant to have you read. I learned nothing from these people but how to be patient - from their lack of training they provide and the ridiculous repetitiveness on how to stand - for 4 months they teach you that. They're a money pit praying on people and families looking to learn an art form and self protection.I would never recommend attending this place even to my worst enemy, because these people are rude, greedy, and don't have clue about customer service.Not to mention the countless times an instructor would "accidently" touch the chest or bottom of an underage student. Steer clear San Diegons - especially the one in Vista. This place should be banned from our beautiful city.
When I first walked in the door, I was struck by the clean gorgeousness of the architectural features of this über-clean Upper Manhattan-flat-style interior with a brick accent wall; black leather couch; knotty hardwood floors; delicate tiny halogen lights in the open industrial ceiling; side-by-side curved silver shelves so painstakingly arranged with Paul Mitchell products and Gold Canyon candles; elongated mirrors sandwiching vases of bamboo shoots; gorgeous, nicely dressed, smiling, friendly, conversational people (both customers and staff); the smell of a Pineapple Upside-Down Cake candle and fresh flowers, and the open, warm greeting by the very knowledgeable receptionist, Amanda Castanedo, whose devotion to the company, her employers, and her peers was readily evident -- and I wondered why, as a Vista resident, that I had not noticed this salon before. It dawned on me that its unassuming location and quiet exterior belies a gem underneath. The location is perfect for the ladies since it’s only a half-mile off of Highway 78, and is literally a stone’s throw from a tremendous sushi restaurant (the Japanese Café), a Starbucks, a Coldstone Creamery, a nail salon, and a 16-venue movie ‘metroplex.’ I could spend the entire day, and the contents of my wallet, on Main Street. I loved the salon’s “restaurant menu” of services that include “Appetizers” of artistic hair cutting; “Side Orders” of “Shiners,” which are clear shine topcoats; “The Color Bar” involving everything from a wide array of custom color services like “Guy-lites,” “Half-Pints,” “The Full Monty,” and “Tone the Goldschlager,” for “Bombshell Blondes,” and ‘Café Cocktails” like “Hold the Salt,” and color corrections for us brunettes; followed by a chaser of “Get Skinny” hair straightening options and a selection of “Smoothies” facial waxing and hair removal services. For “Dessert,” I could request a fancy “Up-Do,” “Blow Dry and Style,” or have one of their master artists work wonders with make-up.