Salon Ivy's skilled stylists offer a bevy of hair-care services, cultivating and harvesting men's and women's headtop fields. Women can prep for a fancy dinner or fancy dinnertime-fancytime with a shampoo and style ($30), or update their look entirely with a basic cut and style ($45) and all-over hair color ($65+). Men can blend in with younger men with a camouflage color ($30+), which refreshes fading hair tones, or keep locks from lingering in front of eyes with a basic cut and style ($30). All haircuts take place in private rooms, allowing the utmost individualized attention while the stylist focuses on one head only. Other services include waxing, makeup application, and extensions. For all of Salon Ivy's pampering procedures, only the highest-quality products—among them Schwarzkopf, Pureology, Moroccan Oil, and Viva Curl—are used.
Outside the cream-colored house, vibrant flowers sit in window boxes and a giant tree shades the front stoop. Though this could easily be the depiction of a quaint suburban home, through the burgundy door is a different kind of family. A team of stylists, aestheticians, makeup artists, and nail technicians call Fringe Hair Design their second home, tending to clients with hair, skin, and nail services. A fleet of in-house laptops and complimentary wireless Internet grants clients the freedom to explore the unchartered corners of Wikipedia as they wait to receive chemical peels or full-head highlights. To complement their beautifying services, Fringe also sells a venerable variety of shoes and purses.:m]]
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Artful nails may take center stage at Hot Tips, but that doesn't mean they get all the attention. When they aren't busy creating custom nail designs or applying acrylic tips, the shop's aestheticians ten to the rest of the body's beauty needs. After waxing away stubble from the brows, underarms, legs, or back, they help customers show off newly smooth contours by steering them toward a sunless spray tanning system that hydrates as it bronzes. Lashes and brows may be tinted to match a new hair color or to convince strangers that you really are a natural blue-nette, while trained technicians can also apply single synthetic lashes to give lend an added dose of drama to every wink.
Urban Zen Yoga Studio helps gym-goers hone their flexibility, mental clarity, and core strength with a slew of yoga classes. In basic yoga classes, students nail down alignment, breath control, and postures, many of which can be performed with variations. Then, they can move onto more challenging styles, such as hot Vinyasa. In a studio set to 95 degrees––or about 308 Kelvin––they follow a tough series of poses inspired by Bikram, ashtanga, and kundalini yoga.
Just as they maintain the splendor of their location in the historic Merrill House, built circa 1917, so do the aestheticians at Pure Skincare Boutique maintain the beauty of their clients. Armed with 10 years of experience in the skincare business, owner Jennifer Moore helms a team of skilled beauty techs, including staff aesthetician Emily Herbig, who purify surfaces with skincare services, including facials and body waxing. Staffers also offer custom airbrush tanning, which gives skin a sun-kissed glow without harmful rays, and eyelash extensions, which add fullness to lashes and vitality to eyes without the need for mascara or unpronounceable incantations.
The stylists at Double Header Beauty & Barber Salon trim men's and women's hair, braid it into intricate cornrows, and transform locks with smoothing treatments. Surrounded by orange walls and overflowing plants, clients can also sit for mani-pedis that may include whimsical nail art.