Chromatics "Art of Hair" Salon artfully beautifies bodies with an array of pampering services. Haircuts are offered for women ($35+), men ($22+), and kids ($17+), and include a consultation to help ensure clients end up with the look they want, rather than the high-and-tight requested by most yetis. For a palette-like glow, customers can bleach and tone their strands ($80), or have a savvy stylist highlight their head helmet with a custom color application ($90+). Sufferers of unwanted fuzz can transform above-the-eye caterpillars into butterfly brows with a waxing ($13), and those looking to detail their digits can indulge in a manicure ($25) or pedicure ($30).
As an Aveda Concept Salon, Progressive Image Hair Art proudly stocks and implements an array of plant-based Aveda products. Specializing in cutting and styling long, short, and curly hair, the salon calls upon the beautifying powers of its signature products during a variety of customized treatments, from deep-conditioner applications to styling sessions for both men and women. Delving deeper into the realm of beauty, the spa also possesses expertise in makeup as well.
At Endeavor Wall Homes, we know that your idea of home is what matters most. We embrace this idea by not only focusing on the interior and exterior designs and styles that today's discerning buyers demand, but we also offer you the opportunity to make personalized changes.
More than 25 North Texas boat dealers will motor their 2013 model pontoons, cruisers, and speed boats into parking Lot A at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on Friday, February 1, for the 10-day DFW International Boat Show. Aquatic outfits such as North Texas Marine, Waterski America, and Cabela’s will showcase their seafaring vessels alongside other supplies from nearly 200 vendors, all under a giant 260,000-square-foot tent. While attendees admire the gleaming hulls and hum engine sounds to complete daydreams of driving through waves, a parade of special guests will drop by the show to sign autographs and meet with fans. Former Rangers outfielder Rusty Greer will be in attendance during the ribbon-cutting ceremony on February 1, and the team's mascot, Rangers Captain, and the Six Shooters will make joint appearances on several days throughout the show.
Fit Body Boot Camp's 60-minute classes melt away the brain's useless boredom centers while facilitating speedy fitness results. Experienced instructors lead the group in a variety of ornery body challenges such as light running, resistance training, obstacle courses, core work, and team training exercises. Classes convene in a large, open studio that features big windows and a full array of fitness-attracting equipment, including jump ropes, free weights, and glowing bicep-whistles. Campers are encouraged to come to five days a week; the classes are offered Monday through Friday at 5:30 a.m., 6:45 a.m., 9:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. (30-minute class), 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m., and on Saturday mornings at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. For less extreme participants, thrice-weekly attendance may also yield a sizeable crop of results. Nutritional coaching is included in the program to improve at-home habits. Since Fit Body is an ongoing program, students can join classes at any time and at any personal fitness level. Bring a water bottle and reserve a spot ahead of time, as class sizes are limited to avoid overcrowding and back-to-chest sweat terrors.
Whether kids are gunning for an overstuffed trophy case, or just looking to tumble around on professional-grade equipment, Empire Gymnastics Academy has them covered. Regardless of the skill level, the gym uses tumbling as a way to inspire children while building confidence and self-discipline. The 25,000-square-foot facility hosts engaging classes for boys and girls along with one-on-one sessions. Spring floors, in-ground trampolines, and a tumbling track all let kids go bananas, all while refining their acrobatic skills and Robin impersonations.