Christina Lynn favors funky, creative cuts. The stylist and graduate of North Texas Central Cosmetology lets her creativity blossom at Twisted Heads Salon, where she transforms overgrown locks or mundane styles into fresh hairdos that leap to life with color. Christina also specializes in hot fusion extensions, and she can transition from funky to classic with ease. The latter comes in handy when she performs special event hairstyling, sculpting elegant hairdos for weddings, proms, and laundry night at the queen's home.
Millie Luster's cosmetology career has taken her from shopping mall makeup counters to the sets of MTV commercials and Moby music videos. At Luster's Lash Lounge and Makeup she brings the same level of professionalism displayed in her entertainment-industry make-up work to individual clients. Her services range from bridal make-up applications to classes that instruct others on how to skillfully apply makeup to beautify faces or hide scuff marks on old furniture.
While the sun spends most of its day in the sky, it still finds time to hang out in The Riviera Tanning Spa, teaching five different levels of Ergoline tanning beds how to bronze bodies with color that looks like it came from the star itself. From the Ambition bed?s beginner-friendly 120-watt bulbs to the Excellence 800?s simmering 520-watt heaters, tanners of all levels can boost golden hues in as little as 10 minutes. Thanks to their large facility, Riveria can accommodate a high influx of individuals without requiring appointments. Their Autobronzer system also reduced peaked appearances without UV exposure, spraying skin with three levels of sunless solutions that add color that won?t run, streak, or turn blue when placed under a black light.
A chandelier decked out with glass teardrops hangs over slate floors and eclectic decorations inside Sole'renity's historic building, which dates back more than a century. Zebra-striped Victorian-style chairs stand in the waiting area, where the splash of cascading water sounds out from small stone fountains. At nail stations farther inside, techs polish nails and provide paraffin-wax soaks for the toes of clients seated in damask chairs. Massages soothe muscles with hot stones and essential oils, and facials refresh visages by clearing acne, renewing aging skin, and removing expressions stuck on the face after last night's nightmares.
As far back as she can remember, Mary Shupert always loved styling hair and giving friends makeovers. As she grew, that passion evolved into a desire to help people take care of their skin. She earned her cosmetology license and opened Skin and Hair by Mary, where she still cuts and styles hair and applies make-up. The bulk of her services, however, relate to skin care. She uses peels and facials to improve the health and look of skin. She even works with tattoos, removing them or restoring and brightening them. While she goes about a treatment, she helps clients relax by playing classical music and offering them a glass of wine, a time-honored method of producing rosy cheeks.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Facials, and body waxing
Brands Used: Nylynn Cosmetics, Satin Smooth Wax, and a variety of hair products
JeanMarie Becker's quest to relieve others' stress led her to become a licensed and registered massage therapist. For the past decade, she has helped her clients to find relief from pain while teaching them to take care of themselves and listen to their bodies’ quiet, echoing whispers. She employs a range of massage modalities such as myofascial release and pregnancy massage, and she induces relaxation with light Swedish massage techniques along with firm deep-tissue strokes. When she isn't kneading muscles, JeanMarie drapes clients with towels, applies mini facials, and candles ears.