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.
Before Heather Martinez got so good at motivating women to get in shape, she had to get in shape herself. You wouldn't know it, but Heather—a fitness instructor and wellness coach today—used to be 170 pounds overweight. It wasn't until she changed her lifestyle and lost that weight that she realized her passion for helping women of all shapes and sizes be healthy. Now, she leads boot camps that focus on strength, endurance, balance, and agility and include measurements at the beginning of each month. In addition to the group fitness, she also works one on one with guests during personal training and personal coaching that hold women to their goals with motivation and accountability.
A complex chorus rises from a crowd, drifting onto the patio of J Millan’s. The sound comes either from the nearby Cowboys Stadium or Rangers Ballpark, or from televisions inside the bar. At tables on the patio, conversation centers around burgers, enchiladas, and grilled shrimp, and glasses clink together with the gentle jangle of Robocop trying to get out of a sedan.
When Billy Corbett was still in high school in the late 1970s, he wrote letters to personal trainers in Hollywood, asking their advice on how he could become one too. Some of the trainers wrote back, giving him advice that he still remembers and utilizes today as head of Billy Corbett's RetroFit. There, he and his team of instructors lead groups through high-energy boot camps and personal-training sessions catered to individual goals. They also guide young people toward a healthy lifestyle with youth sports-conditioning classes.