Whether it’s to help prepare for an interview, an upcoming wedding, or a date with a scrupulous dermatologist, the aestheticians at Lux Skin and Makeup Studio work to get skin looking its very best with facials, waxing sessions, makeup services, and eyelash extensions. Using doctor-developed Murad products, the team aims to heal epidermal ailments such as redness, wrinkles, and acne with a sextet of facials, which includes a clarifying enzyme acne facial and a vitamin C facial, or a PCA peel. Aestheticians can then add prismatic pop to newly smoothened skin with professional makeup applications performed with high-end products from The Balm, Japonesque, and Julie Hewett. To keep legs and arms smooth, they remove unwanted hair using warm wax and quick removal techniques that minimize discomfort.
The expert cuticle tamers at Hey Good Lookin’ douse extremities in a rejuvenating cornucopia of beautifying nail services. During the approximately 30-minute petite pedicure, patrons can sip on a lemon-drop martini as a nail technician works out foot kinks with a reflexology massage, which unties tense tendons and skillfully reties them to form a cursive haiku. Next, tootsies simmer in a Jetta jacuzzi footbath as a Sea Fizz effervescent foot soak marinades skin to sublime softness. A nail tech corrals wild cuticles in a flurry of intuitive snips before laying down a chromatic covering of polish on newly shaped and buffed nails. After the pedicure, clients can slip on a pair of complementary flip-flops to display their gussied up foot fingers or help to soothe an orphaned pony with the comforting sound of clopping.
Equipment: two studios, showers, blankets, weights, yoga mats, bolsters, and blocks
Students should bring: yoga mat, bottle of water, workout clothes, and go-get-it enthusiasm
Average class length: 60-90 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Ancient yoga traditions bring new awarenesses, awakening a deeper connection to yourself and others.
Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
When it comes to motivation Dharma Hot Yoga has a sensible approach. We recommend three solutions.
One, check in with an instructor about your goals. Set a goal, visualize the actuation of the goal, list the reasons for the goal and break the steps into intermediate achievements like (finishing ten classes in two weeks).
Two, define your strategy. Let this work for you, for example if you are training and have reached an edge, allow for a few Restorative Yoga classes to boost your internal needs before pushing forward again. In addition, bring a friend or get to know your classmates. Allow the team mentality to inspire you into action.
Three, visit the big picture. Dharma offers great deals on massage and aesthetician services. If there is a desire to look good and feel excellent then treat yourself to a few of the other services and get back on track.
What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?
At Dharma every class starts with a bit of expectation and excitement. Then whether you are doing a rigorous workout class or one of our relaxation series we will get down to business with focus and centered movement. Each class ends with either a round of high fives, a resting pose, or an internal moment of meditation followed by a smile of gratitude.
BE Salon Studio's chief stylist Branden Elde unleashes her ever-evolving beauty toolkit on everyday clients and brides-to-be, exclusively wielding Paul Mitchell products and mineral makeup. Clients can enjoy the plasma fireplace and complimentary tea and coffee while waiting for their hair to be done in this refurbished warehouse modeled after spaces Branden experienced in Seattle. At wedding venues, she sculpts, pins, and sprays 'dos before dusting makeup on cheeks to keep brides blushing and cover up cat whiskers from pre-ceremony face-painting sessions. Branden and her staff are constantly undergoing training, allowing them to style locks with precision cuts, accentuate hues with color services, or flesh out manes with Ultratress extensions.
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]]
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.