Since 1998, the team of dedicated stylists, nail technicians, massage therapists, and reflexologists have created an atmosphere to relax and get pampered at Dary's Last Tangle. Inside the cozy, low-lit studio, clients retreat to private rooms for reflexology treatments, massages, or spa pedicures with aromatherapy, a massage chair, chocolate, and beverage of your choice. The family-friendly salon and spa also offers custom facials for all ages, haircuts, color services include hi and lo lites, nail products, jewelry, and accessories. Guests are free to enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee and a cookie.
Located within the Art District of Green Bay, The Main Salon's rustic brick walls and exposed ductwork echo the staff's commitment to a sense of urban refinement. The multitalented team of stylists helps clients recreate familiar styles or invent flattering new dos by trimming wayward strands and adding depth and dimension with coloring and conditioning treatments. Additionally, a nail technician keeps fingers and toes tidy, either by shaping and polishing the existing nails or applying Shellac. The team also offers makeup applications for special events such as weddings or professional staring contests, utilizing Arbonne Organic skin care and makeup products as well as Eufora Intl pharmaceutical grade Aloe Vera gel hair products. The Main Salon has also made recent upgrades, including three new manicure tables and three pedicure chairs, which let friends relax side-by-side.
Aesthetician Stephanie Kass-Theeke beautifies skin with custom and vitamin-infused facials and microdermabrasions. Elements Salon & Spa also offers a wide array of beautifying and pampering services aside from skincare. From therapeutic massages and spa pedicures to makeup applications, the team of beauty specialists can cater to pretty much any beauty or well-being needs. Salon services, including cuts, color, and keratin treatments, are also available.
If clients peek into the drawers of one of the stylist stations at Chrysalis Salon & Spa, they'll find a variety of tools—scissors for snipping new looks, foils for tinting locks with highlights, and spray for teasing hair into updos. Over at the nail stations, they'll find a sweeping rainbow of shellac, acrylic, and gel polishes. And in the spa area, there are oils and skincare products for facials, waxes, and body treatments.
Though tanning can be relaxing, it can also be time-consuming. Tanning on the Edge's service menu was designed for people who want to tan but may have limited time. During 12- to 15-minute sessions in the tanning beds, guests stay cool and relaxed with circulating air and a satellite radio. A vertical booth accommodates patrons who prefer to tan while standing or who don’t understand how to turn the party sub they are carrying lengthwise.
Nearby, a full lineup of spa services make sure guests are radiant from head to toe. Cosmetologists use Pharmagel and Repêchage products in spa facials designed to clear up acne, firm aging faces, or simply boost radiance. Nail experts turn up the luxury on manicures and pedicures with add-ons such as paraffin dips, acrylic tips, and nail gems, while waxing specialists remove fuzz from nearly any area of the body to make tans stand out.
Stylists pace around the spinning chairs at Heads of Time Salon, a full-service salon whose name reflects an ability to accommodate clients of all ages and a penchant for styles that transcend current fads. Themed rooms cater to customers of all persuasions, from the male room?with its snacks and televised sports?to a tiny-tot territory complete with a play area and a high-pitched barbershop quartet. As little hands and feet indulge in kiddie mani-pedis, their grown-up counterparts next door select from a salon menu that includes makeup, waxing, hair, and nail services that call upon products from brands such as OPI and Redken.