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  • Jeffrey Horowitz, MD
    Back in the 1960s, beauty was so simple that some beauty parlors—like the nine traditional ones run by Robert Andrew Zupko—only had one service: roller sets. But beauty trends began to change, so Zupko changed right along with them, adding skincare and nailcare to his hairstyling business. When 1996 hit the calendars, the salon evolved into a full-fledged day spa that covered 7,000 square feet. Zupko has since created Robert Andrew – The Salon & Spa, a 22,000-square-foot Tuscan-style getaway nestled in the giant scalene triangle that connects D.C., Annapolis, and Baltimore. Inside the salon, more than 90 beauty professionals—including nail technicians, massage therapists, and stylists—shape and polish nails, snip split ends, and disentangle achy muscle knots. The salon also boasts a troupe of Yon-Ka trained aestheticians who remove dead skin cells with pumpkin enzymes and melt away frozen funny faces with hot-stone facials. More recently, Zupko opened Robert Andrew Medical Spa, where the spotlight's on lasers, injectables, chemical peels, and other high-tech skincare services.
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    2225 Old Emmorton Rd
    Bel Air, MD US
  • Bang! The Salon
    Bright-pink, flowery wallpaper greets guests at the reception desk of Bang! The Salon, establishing the cheery vibe that pervades each styling station. As they clip locks amid decorative greenery, the stylists encourage their clients to unwind; they believe that relaxation is a key component of every service, from color and keratin treatments to waxing. They draw from a catalog of L'Or?al products to fashion new 'dos and recommend S?rie Expert formulas for haircare between appointments instead of constantly delivering updo tips via walkie-talkie. The staff?s considerate demeanor affects those outside of the salon as well. When they cut 8?10 inches of hair at one time, they offer to send the strands to the Locks of Love organization.
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    132 N Tollgate Road
    Bel Air, MD US
  • Muscular Harmony
    Massage therapy for performing artists: that's the Massage Harmony specialty. Musicians, actors, and dancers put their bodies through a storm of physically demanding activities in the pursuit of their crafts, and the Muscular Harmony team has developed a variety of skills?not just in massaging, but in listening?that effortlessly restore function to these hard-working bodies. But the therapists don?t reserve their kneads exclusively for stage-trekkers; they treat all clients to top-notch care. Whether seeking relaxation or increased function, massage recipients of all vocations find compassion and technical expertise in the hands of the medically trained massage therapists who work out of its own office in Lutherville and ATI Physical Therapy in Bel Air.
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    260 Gateway Drive
    Bel Air, MD US
  • Slimco of Bel Air
    The staff at The Slim Co of Bel Air use a non-invasive Body Light system for patients' body-contouring needs. Using gentle LED lasers, the treatment helps dispel stubborn inches from common target areas, such as the midsection and thighs, while clients relax to music or nature sounds.
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    2225 Old Emmorton Rd #111
    Bel Air, MD US

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