Named after the colorful bracelets that jangle on the wrists of many Indian women, Ruby’s Bangles gives its patrons an opportunity to partake in ancient Eastern beauty rituals. In the spa, aestheticians use eyebrow threading techniques inspired by Egyptian beauty rituals to remove unwanted hair. Skilled henna artists can transform hands and feet with dramatic plant-ink designs. The store's boutique boasts a wide selection of Indian-inspired jewelry, including bindis, necklaces, bangles, and hip chains for belly dancing or keeping prank-prone jeans from running away.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Microdermabrasion
Brands Used: Cosmedix, Sircuit and Glo
Pro Tip: Each customer is unique and every treatment will variety according to the clients skin care needs.
Do you offer your customers any extra perks?
We have no set procedure because every client's skincare needs will vary with each appointment. As the skin changes, so will the treatment.
What?s your favorite part about your job?
Helping people understand the importance of good skincare and how it can positively effect their well-being.
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
My objective is to offer a soothing environment while providing time for clients to relax and rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit.
Melissa Simmons offers soothing facial treatments at Trilogy Salon, where she customizes her processes based on personal need and preference. Her treatments can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, oily skin, or acne, or simply can rejuvenate and refresh visages. At the salon, customers also will find nail services such as manicures and pedicures, and hair services such as cuts, extensions, and color treatments.
In 2001, the first iTAN Sun Spray Spa opened its doors. It had a simple goal?to make clients feel and look lovely with professional tanning services. Today, the spa has more than 30 Southern California franchises, each offering a slightly different assortment of teeth whitening, tanning beds, spray-tanning booths, and self-serve spa offerings.
The Smart Tan?certified staff prioritizes keeping up with tanning technology by stocking state-of-the-art tanning beds such as the Sun Angel, which uses sensors to customize a blend of UVA and UVB rays, practically eliminating overexposure. Many beds come equipped with stereo sound systems, misters, and fans. Just down the hall from these beauty gadgets, Mystic and airbrush machines bronze limbs without UV rays, and self-administered spa treatments dispense relaxing red-light facials, infrared-heat bodywraps, and aqua massages.
Clocks, picture frames, and padded chairs glisten cherry-red, like licorice adorning a witch's candy cottage. A row of trapezoidal mirrors reflect a pair of velvet-covered thrones that wouldn't look out of place in a royal horse and buggy. But this isn't make-believe; this is On the Cutting Edge, a salon where beauticians wave blow dryers, nail files, and brushes in lieu of magic wands. Within their fantastical surround, staffers deftly trim and color manes or bedeck acrylic nails with designs as funky as zebra prints or as informative as last year's tax returns. The staff also gives bodies a healthy glow with various levels of spray tanning ranging from silver to platinum.