Borough Boasts Hot Society
by Cate Murway
Look like a stunner! Hot Society Salon brings together the perfect blend of expert cutting and coloring techniques, better banter and better hair all delivered within a fun, quirky atmosphere. There are Lancôme certified make-up artists on hand to complete the look you crave and creativity is never compromised.
Owner, Roxana Monica “Roxy” Esteves, the perfect blend of driven, talented, passionate, creative and professional but down to earth, is stamping her personality in the heart of historic Bristol on the Delaware. And the very heart of a good salon is the people within it. Roxy and her genuinely friendly and enthusiastic salon assistant, Chasidy Ramos, BHS ’10/ Levittown Beauty Academy are proud to be part of our very cool and diverse community.
Their vision is that you are a vision.
They strive to satisfy every client’s wish from makeup to up-do's and blowouts, promising that no task is too big or too small for their hair experts. You will be pampered here with pure “me time” to a new level of glamour. Their clients enjoy the prompt, individual attention they deserve in a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere.
Check it out! You’ll appreciate the upbeat vibe of the salon as well as value the selection of exciting colors, texture and highlights and the fresh and engaging hair styling concepts that emphasize the individual. Not all salons are created equal. Roxy will find harmony between fundamental and innovation. She and her stylists exhibit an uncompromised commitment to strategies that effectively satisfy even the most discerning clients with utmost ingenuity.
Client satisfaction is their most important goal.
Hot Society is a gem…..busy, bright and filled with happy customers who can look their best at an affordable price.
Stylist and cosmetologist Roxy is a graduate of Roselle Park H.S. / Robert Fiance Beauty Academy. She was a solid student and a year round athlete, participating in field hockey, tennis and cheerleading. Roxy even made time to keep the stats for the boys’ soccer team. She is fairly fluent in Spanish, French and Italian and she played the clarinet for several years.
Roxy originally attended Emporia State University in Kansas majoring in Biology, as her career goals had been geared toward Pre-Med to be a dentist. It didn’t take too long for her to realize, “Biology was not for me”.
Her educational background at the Beauty Academy provided her with the professionalism and foundation she needed to launch her own business with style and success.
Before starting her own salon, she worked at a funeral home as a beautician, using the family’s photos to help prepare their recently deceased loved ones. Her career continued and she honed her skills, providing services pro bono for talent shows and for some plays at the local county colleges. She left with “experience and knowledge” while she shared her professional work voluntarily, and now Roxy proceeds to step up and stand out in the competitive, dynamic, and very rewarding beauty industry.
Roxy actually had the name “Hot Society” chosen long ago. “The salon existed in my head eight years ago.” She confided that she has always has been a risk taker. “Throw me in the ocean and I’ll swim.”
Cosmetology, from Greek kosmētikos, "beautifying"; and -λογία, - logia”, the study and application of beauty treatment is apparently a perfect career choice.
“I have been drawing since I’ve been a little girl. I love color. I am not shy at all.”
Roxana means “bright”.
She and her private contractor husband, José “Joe” Esteves, “put it together, the floors, the carpeting, making it ‘chic and inviting’”. The location was previously a salon.
Eddie Tosti had a beauty salon at the "Hot Society" location on Beaver Street from 1974 until 1998.
They are the proud parents of 20 month old Donatella.
Roxy confirmed that they are all football fans.
She is a “die hard Patriots fan” and Joe preferred the Giants. Solution- they watch the NY Jets together.
They really enjoy sushi and tacos but “I am a master of soups. I do a mean minestrone. I put a lot of love in my foods.” Her husband said, “You cook the best meals.”
They do take pleasure in eating out. “Cesare’s pizza is really, really good!” and they appreciate the Borough for its strong community base. “Everyone is so friendly here”.
They are also planning a romantic evening dinner at the historic King George II Inn.
This “Monday’s child is fair of face”, and a very optimistic person who presents herself as enthusiastic about life and living. Her ability to communicate may even inspire others to be more adventurous, especially with their hair style. Roxy shared her birthday with the famous Oleg Cassini [Loiewski] who fueled his work with freshness and imagination, creating innovative looks.
Hot Society will also be catering to the younger crowd. Plans for Diva Parties [for teens] and Princess Parties [for kids] will include 2 hrs of make-up, temporary clip-in hair extensions, glitter art, food and refreshments for parties of 15 guests or more.
Ask about the “New Year- New You" Special. Expiration date is 01.31.13
- Haircut & Blow-Out
- Scalp Massage
- Paraffin Hand dip
- Eyebrow & Lip Wax
Roxy prides herself on her expert cuts, styling, and perms and relax treatments and her ability to cater to all different hair textures.
The internet continues changing the way we live, socialize, and do business, so Hot Society clients will have the capability of reinventing their look using demos on the Salon web pages. There will also be tutorials to explain how to properly use the products purchased.
Specialized Redken and Rusk professional salon hair care products are available, as well as the men's new mint-fused Invigorating system line.
Make Hot Society your “MANE” salon.
Hot Society Salon
901 Beaver Street
Bristol, PA 19007
Sunday: Appointment Only
Tuesday: 10 am - 7 pm
Wednesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 10 am - 6 pm
Friday: 10 am - 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 3 pm
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