For more than 25 years, makeup artist and former actress Nan Whitehead has enhanced eyes, lips, cheeks, and complexions, whether working as a skincare consultant for companies including AT&T and Bristol Meyers or preparing herself for a role in the Frank Sinatra film The First Deadly Sin. As the head of her Nuance by Nan Cosmetics, she begins each appointment by evaluating the client's skin type, facial features, and preferences. Then, with precise brushstrokes and her own line of cosmetics, she readies women for special events such as graduations and weddings. Her aesthetic guidance has been sought out by various Professional Women's Clubs across the country.
Applying electrodes to strategic areas of the body, e-SlimBody’s technicians use electrotherapy to contour physiques and diminish the appearance of cellulite on bodies of all shapes and ages. Those electrodes stimulate muscle groups and in turn burn energy while forcing toxins out of fat cells and tightening skin. They also drain the lymphatic system and resolve water retention, which can result in a slimmer figure.
Slimbody should not be used by pregnant women, epileptics, or those with pacemakers.
A line of salon chairs?each facing an ornately framed mirror?hosts clients as stylists snip their hair into modern and timeless cuts. This experienced team also transforms stale looks with shimmering highlights and smoothing keratin treatments. In another area of the day spa, spray-tan technicians coat bodies with a UV-free formula that dries without leaving unsightly streaks or argyle patterns.
Styles may come and go, but not much has changed in the 25 years since a group of co-owners founded Chrysalis Salon. They continue to work alongside a team of skilled stylists who create bold new looks with advanced techniques and professional products from Redken. Unruly curls are no match for their Keratin Complex and Japanese hair-straightening treatments, which mend and condition strands even as they smooth out kinks.
The salon, which resembles a vintage residence, is about more than just hair. Massage therapists release tension and stress with shiatsu and reflexology techniques, and aestheticians brighten complexions with customized facials and microdermabrasion treatments. The team even offers their own line of cosmetics, which can help convince everyone at your high-school reunion that you’ve been living in a hyperbaric tube since graduation.
Q&R Harmony Day Spa's aestheticians and massage therapists encourage relaxation and rejuvenation with skin and body services such as targeted facials, massages, or microdermabrasion. Wielding custom masks, exfoliation techniques, and ultrasonic technology, the team leaves faces smooth so that patrons can enjoy increased attention or dress up as a bowling lane for Halloween. They also draw on a menu of waxing services that whisk away unwanted stubble, eyebrow tinting to match recently colored curls, and hot-stone massages to obliterate tension. While the staff pampers, pastel-hued treatment rooms lull psyches into tranquil states and help patrons return to work or wash off sprayed-painted stress-wrinkles with available showers.
At Beauty SQ, hairstylists, massage therapists, and aestheticians administer a wide variety of treatments aided by OPI and BSQ gel polishes, naturally derived Aveda products, and deluxe Bumble and Bumble haircare serums. Therapists ease muscles with Western- and Eastern-style massages, such as deep tissue, acupuncture, herbal reflexology, and Chinese tui na, a technique similar to Swedish massage that aims to positively redirect chi, or energy, throughout the body. Aestheticians create tailored weight-loss packages by combining targeted massage with other treatments, such as body wraps or facials administered prejog.