Phillip Michael offers an array of salon and spa services behind a warm and charming storefront. Hair services include cuts ($28+ for women, $22+ for men), flat-iron styling ($20+), coloring ($50+), and highlights ($70+) for lion manes infested with damaging micro-cyclones. Reap the benefits of a bikini ($50+) and lower-leg waxing ($60+) and feel confident stepping outside in this season's revealing bloomers, or opt for the back wax ($50+) and turn your stern into a living canvas for mall-kiosk celebrity portraits. Inject a dose of healing into world-weary backs with an hour-long massage (60+), or release underground reservoirs of oil and detritus with a beautifying facial ($60+). Other services include perms ($70+), manicures ($20+), and pedicures ($45+) for a fully grown beauty bounty.
The stylists and aestheticians at ECHO Salon snip strands into trendy styles and shift hair shades to produce completely new looks. Team members shear off layers for flirtatious bobs or feather bangs and tame manes with relaxers, thermal straightening, and keratin hair-smoothing treatments. The stylists also shape and tint brows into elegant arches and craft classic updos for special events such as weddings, proms, and staring contests with the fairest mirror on the wall.
“Stocky.” Justin Yule remembers when others used this adjective to describe him, an observation he considered to be a nice way of saying that he was overweight. It wasn’t until his dad invited him to work out at the gym that Justin discovered a passion for fitness and a desire to chisel away the stockiness he carried. Since achieving his goals, he has kept up his fit physique more than 22 years.
Justin also channeled his passion into a bachelor’s of science in physical education with a concentration in adult fitness. He used his extensive training to devise the curriculum for Look Great at the Lake Boot Camp, which he also founded. Justin calls his program the “fitness revolution,” mainly because it breaks exercisers out of the tedious routines they often fall into at the gym or when their friend Sisyphus asks them to push his rock and promises he’ll only be gone for five minutes. Every one of Justin’s workout moves come in three levels, each scaled to challenge exercisers of different strengths and experience levels. He also relies heavily on body-weight resistance exercises, and coaches provide guidance and support to clients in reaching their goals.
Justin considers the most valuable part of his program to be the camaraderie that he encourages among his participants in and out of the boot-camp classroom. He organizes charity events and parties so that groups can mingle and become a cohesive unit working toward a single goal. To further ease his clients’ path to fitness, he also offers nutrition programs, online exercises and tips, and education in the form of newsletters and fitness books that he’s penned himself.
Bang Blowdry Bar?s owner Lindsey Norton loves making people beautiful. Working with the motto ?look good, feel good!? she and her team of savvy stylists aim for personal aesthetic ideals with their main service, top-quality blowouts. Stylists revamp looks with anything from modern takes on the French twist to tousled beach waves. They specialize in styling but also offer fake eyelashes, airbrush and full makeup applications, and prep guests for wedding day looks with bridal updos.
Leah Kammer and Maggie Slagboom of Good Hair Daze Salon know how to make every day a good hair day. They do this with cuts and styles, bang trims, coloring services, and other haircare, tapping into their experience enhancing clients' natural beauty. Kevin.Murphy suflate- and paraben-free hair products add pure essential oils, plant extracts, and natural antioxidants.