Above all else, Beauté was created as a place of well-being. By catering to the mind, body and soul, Beauté has created a retreat from the everyday – a place of pure relaxation. I invite you to experience every aspect of this unique hair boutique environment and the many services offered.

  • Balayage
  • Highlights
  • Color Specialist
  • Custom Blonding
  • Color Correction
  • Blow Out
  • Makeup
  • Skincare
  • Special Event Hair & Makeup
  • Scalp/Hairline/Crown Micropigmentation
  • Microblade Brows
  • Hair Extensions
  • Specialized Microneedling

It has always been my mission to enhance the lives of my guests with a personal touch and attention in a relaxing atmosphere. Maybe it’s peace and quiet, maybe it’s a good conversation, a cool drink, a completely new hair style or color, or whatever you may be seeking, you'll find it here. The philosophy at Beauty By Jeri B is to provide excellent services that touch your life and provide a positive impact. 



  • Hair / Color / Cut / Blowout  /Updo
  • Men's Cuts & Color
  • Hair Extensions / Tape-in / Sewn in Wefts
  • Color Correction
  • Balayage
  • Custom Blonding
  • Brazilian Blowout
  • Skincare Treatments/Facials
  • Microblade Brows/Blade & Shade/Powder
  • Scalp/Hairline/Crown Micropigmentation
  • Brow Tinting
  • Events/Wedding/Formal - Hair & Makeup
  • Makeup
  • Facial Waxing


What is balayage? Simply put, balayage is a highlighting technique that doesn't use foils. Instead, your hair colorist will custom hand-paint color directly onto your hair, creating more natural, blended, sun-kissed color.

The term comes from the French word "balayer," meaning to sweep. It's a term that refers to the way the color is applied, not the color itself. "Balayage is a technique where hair color is painted/swept onto the hair to create a graduated, more natural-looking highlight effect with a great deal of dimension. That means the final look is less stripy than highlights of the past, while offering the same gorgeous dimension and fun color. These hand-painted highlights allow for pops of brightness and contrast throughout the hair, while still keeping it looking natural.

Hair Extensions

There are so many different styles of extensions and terms, that it can get overwhelming if you are new to the world of hair extensions. A method of lengthening one's hair, adding volume, adding color, or even filling in a style, by incorporating high quality natural hair. Most human hair extensions can be treated as real hair, albeit more gently.

The first documented use of hair extensions dates back several thousand years to Ancient Egypt. Wigs, hairpieces and braids were applied to the head using resin and beeswax. In more recent history, wigs were worn by kings and America’s founding fathers to indicate wealth and status. Women at that time also wore wigs, and portraits frequently depicted them with large, elaborate beehive-shaped weaves. Over time, hairpieces and extensions continued to spread to the general public but were mainly worn by celebrities. As their cost decreased, the general public started to adopt them on a wide-scale basis, and their popularity exploded in the 1990s as their quality improved.

Color Correction

Color correction would be defined as an aggressive or extreme change in someone's hair color. Going from lighter to darker (which may result in the hair needing to be "filled" with color before actually coloring) or from darker (most likely tinted) to lighter (which would require clearing a full day schedule or at a minimum of 3-4 hours). Most likely it is a difference of three to four shades. Either way, this is a tedious process, very time consuming, and costly in salon products. Trying to remove box dye can be quite pain staking for any colorist, especially when trying to maintain the integrity of the hair.

The term color correction refers to using any and all hair coloring services required to correct previously colored hair or to restore hair’s integrity.  

It's important to remember that color correction is a process. It can often take several appointments to achieve desired results. Be open and honest about your budget and expectations so that we can strategize your service.

Custom Blonding

With new techniques coming out on the daily, hair coloring is more customizable than ever.
Instead of choosing your service of a highlight or a color, most clients now come in with a few inspirational pictures of what they like.

During the consultation it’s our job to figure out WHY you like each look:  Do you want to be bright but keep dimension? Do you like the way the natural root is blended in? Do you wear your hair in that way to make sure the color shows off those ribbons of blonde? Do you want to see blonde when you pull your hair up? How much maintenance are you looking for? All of these questions usually lead us to using multiple blonding techniques in your hair to achieve the look your going for.

There’s babylights, teasylights, foilayage, balayage, face framing, root smudging, root rapping, ombré just to name a few.


Microblading is a tattooing technique in which a small handheld tool made of several tiny needles is used to add semi-permanent pigment to the skin. Microblading differs from standard eyebrow tattooing because each hairstroke is created by hand using a blade which creates fine slices in the skin, whereas eyebrow tattoos are done with a machine and single needle bundle.

Microblading is typically used on eyebrows to create, enhance or reshape their appearance in terms of both shape and color. It deposits pigment into the upper region of the dermis, so it fades more rapidly than traditional tattooing techniques, which deposit pigment deeper. 

Microblading is also sometimes called embroidery, feather touch or hair-like strokes.

Blade & shade is one of the newest styles which gives clients both the realism of fluffy, natural hair strokes and extra definition by adding manual shading. This technique will provide 90% retention with just ONE procedure. Microfeathering, which is microblading with a lighter touch focused on adding just a little to the brows' existing shape, and ombré or microshading, which mimics the look of brow makeup with with a more obviously filled-in look instead of hair-like strokes.

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Mens Cuts & Color

Men’s hair can be technically more challenging to cut than women’s hair because of the often shorter styles. We can design the haircut that is best suited to your head shape, hair texture, facial features and overall look and, also help you disguise thinning hair, recommend some lightweight volumizing styling products and suggest subtle ways of blending away grey hair or highlighting.