- (239) 489-8400
THE ISLAND SALON & SPA
Mon – Sat • 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
THE ARBOR SALON
Mon – Fri • 8:00 a.m. – 4:00p.m.
THE PAVILION SALON
Tues - Fri • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Hair Design & Barbering
The Shell Point Salon uses quality products by Matrix, Kenra, Bosley, Surface, Zoya, GM Collin Skin Care & Mirabella Cosmetics.
The Salon at Shell Point is the perfect place to keep yourself looking and feeling great! A staff of trained professionals are available to provide a variety of services all with a smile. Competitively priced and conveniently located, The Salon at Shell Point offers a wide range of services and is open to the public. Stop in and see what they have to offer - you will be pleasantly surprised.
Our list of services is quite comprehensive and includes the following:
• Precision Hair Cutting & Design
• Barbering for Men
• Texture/Permanent Waves
• Artistic Coloring & Highlighting
• Spa Manicures & Pedicures
• Shellac & Gel Polish
• Artificial Nail Enhancements
• Nail Clip & Files
• GM Collin Facial Treatments
• Chemical Peels
• Therapeutic massage
- Swedish Massage
- Deep Tissue Massage
- LuminEssence Face Lifting Massage
- In-home Massage
• Body Scrub & Polish
• Facial & Body Waxing
Initial consultations are always complementary for all our guests and home visits are available for Shell Point residents.
In Their Words
are such a joy and make the trip worthwhile.
Of course, I also enjoy all the pampering.” - Gerald Langberg (Sundial)
“I really look forward to my foot and calf massage. It makes my legs feel so much better. I enjoy all the services at the Salon & Spa. It’s a happy place, and they make my hair look great too.” - Jane Small (Eagles Preserve)
“I love coming to The Salon because they make me feel good. They are my social workers. Everyone is so cheerful and happy.” - Sallie Soule (Junonia)
“I really enjoy the friendly stylists. They are always professional and up to date on the latest styles.” - Peggy Zimmerman (Turban)
“I enjoy the stimulating conversation and solving the world’s problems over a haircut.” - Dick Uhleman (Nautilus)