Most Popular Service: Wash and flat-iron; color
Brands Used: Paul Mitchell, Redken, Joico, Design Essentials, Redken
Good for Kids: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
For nearly three decades, stylist Sabre Peacock has been infusing strands with vibrancy and style. She turns out these trendy coifs within her namesake salon, where she stocks the shelves with high-quality products. Sabre, who specializes in long hair and highlights, consults with clients before revamping manes with precision cuts, color, and keratin treatments.
Medically trained Ruby Tello of Massage Vital' strives to tame tension and shoo away pains with personalized massage treatments. Ruby unties knotted muscles with Swedish, deep-tissue, prenatal, and thermal sports massages that soothe muscles injured from cartwheeling to work. Massage treatments can be supplemented with additional services including hot-stone therapy, foot and back sugar scrubs, and cold-stone face massages. Ruby is a full member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals as well as an independent distributor of Young Living products.
At Benita Lash Studio, Novalash-trained technicians use medical-grade products to affix synthetic lashes to their clients' eyes. These lashes are waterproof, sweat-proof, require minimal maintenance, and don’t need to be removed before bed or pie-eating contests. In addition to lash extensions, the studio also offers facials, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels, along with spray tanning and waxing for full-body beautification.
Professional makeup artist Rachel Tate-Study is on a quest to make the world a more beautiful place, one face at a time. The licensed cosmetician and 23-year spa-industry veteran’s work has been seen on red carpets as well as on E’s Fashion Emergency and in the pages of Bridal Star Magazine. Utilizing vitamin-infused makeup compounds by Franché Mineral Cosmetics, she helps faces to adopt a healthy, radiant glow in time for weddings, parole hearings, and other memorable photo opportunities, and she can even lead lessons that show clients how to accentuate natural beauty using products from their own makeup bag. Her real specialty, however, is permanent makeup––a tattoo-like procedure that delivers permanent pigment to the eyelids, brows, or lips and helps clients to save time and avoid allergic reactions from conventional cosmetics. She also uses the micropigmentation technique to camouflage scars following breast-cancer surgery or other procedures, leading her to receive referrals from countless dermatologists and plastic surgeons throughout the state.
With more than 26 years of professional experience, licensed massage therapist Daniel de Guzman helps clients embrace both relaxation and relief through therapeutic massage. Ten distinct modalities pull techniques from around the world, ranging from the gentle kneads of Swedish massage to the pressure-point manipulation of Thai massage. Daniel, a licensed massage-therapy instructor who holds a master's degree in education, also imparts his knowledge to others by leading 14 courses in continuing education that cover topics such as reflexology, acupressure, and how to massage the wrinkles out of spa linens.