Boagie and Bachall Spa on Vanadium's pampering staff recently doubled their digs, adding a full roster of spa services to their quarter-century history of hair expertise. While mouths sip a choice of beer, wine, mimosa, or soft drink, bodies will drink in roughly 90 minutes of relaxing spa treatments, escaping the stresses of the grueling workweek and confusing mad libs of the weekend. The 30-minute facial grants visages a merrier manner, swabbing everyday dirt and oil from the skin before applying treatments that exfoliate, tone, and hydrate facial tissue. Next, a relaxing 30-minute massage slackens sinews and tricks tension out of the body with the promise of awkward family gatherings just down the block. Hands and feet can crawl into an exfoliating paraffin bath and complete their transformation into silky appendages via a hydrating lotion massage and warming mittens. Finally, a stylist will enliven lackluster locks by offering the 'do of their choice, returning you to the outside world appearing polished while feeling as elastic as a bag of gummy worms.
Main Street Frame Shop preserves memories and memorabilia with custom framing jobs and brings photos and images to life with custom printing services. The staff prints photos on canvas, photographic paper, or specialty art papers, expanding images to new sizes and dimensions. Custom framing can beautify a collage of family photos or protect an autographed jersey from having the name smudged off by a bitter rival.
Ryan C. Graham boasts a background in graphic design and fine arts, imbuing him with a uniquely creative approach to the art of barbering. At Michael B’s Gentlemen’s Barber Shop, he and his fellow barbers groom men with lavish services that include straight-razor shaves, meticulous styling, and treatment with scented, steamed towels.
Ceiling fan blades spin overhead like propellers. Vintage plane replicas and old-timey photos flank Flyboyz' barbers on all sides as they administer sleek scissor cuts and precise hot lather shaves. The shop's services have also been given military titles, such as the flybaby for infants, the veteran for seniors, and the camo, named for this carefully disguised joke.