Tucked in the Village at the Crossing on Windsor and Duncan, Rod Sickler Salon and Spa is a relaxing retreat for practically every beauty desire one might have. The warm lighting and friendly staff complement the modern, professional style of the salon.
Rod Sickler Salon & Spa opened in October 2005 and has been providing beauty services for community members and students alike. Kate Endsley, director of artists, said the the spa offers all hair, nail and spa services.
“We offer a full spa — massages, facials, microdermabrasion, a crystal machine that exfoliates skin and takes off between five to seven layers, body treatments and body waxing,” Endsley said.
The salon is organized into different stations, featuring the hair styling and cutting area in front. The middle area is full of sinks and chairs for shampoo and conditioning, while the back is used for color services and a makeup station. To the side is a space for manicures and pedicures, featuring a curtain to privatize your visit. An area separated by a door houses the spa area, complete with rooms for aesthetics and massages as well as a bathroom with a full shower.
Usually, the salon is able to fit patrons in within the week, sometimes in a few days, Endsley said. Prices for women’s cut and style range between $37 to $77, the lower end for stylist and senior artists and the upper with masters or Rod Sickler himself. The price range for color services, the most popular service according to Endsley, range from $53 to $87 for single or double process coloring. The salon also offers half off stylist haircuts on Mondays.
Rod Sickler Salon and Spa will be expanding soon to a space nearly 6,000 square feet in size. With the expansion, they will also offer additional services like chiropractic care, Botox injections, fillers, laser treatments and boutique personal training.

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