Licensed massage therapist Sonja Peterson gets paid to tame muscles. She uses a variety of modalities to help her in her venture, including long, gliding strokes and deep, pressurized kneading. Some of her specialty massages include trigger point, prenatal, reflexology, and hot stone or warm potato. Sonja can also expertly refresh patrons with a body scrub or ManiSpa-PediSpa treatments.
Mane Tamers' hair aficionados have treated stressed tresses with a combination of aesthetic and pampering services for more than a quarter-century. During a thorough headscaping, male and female follicles undergo a scalp-massaging shampoo, which soothes strands while convincing them to confide world-domination schemes and aesthetic ambitions. Then stylists cut cranial carpet to specifications ($35 women/$25 men) before gifting scalps a deep-conditioning treatment ($25) to help imbue locks with a healthy sheen. For women, the one-hour salon stay concludes with an eyebrow shaping ($13), where facial terraformers sculpt eye adornments in accentuating arches, dashes, or lightning bolts. Meanwhile, a grooming package shears ($13) male facial manes to appropriate lengths. Mane Tamers makes up the haircut cost difference with a $10 gift card for the next manly follicle feng shui session.
For more than 18 years, Thao Tran has treated clients to nail services, skincare, and massages that address issues from stress and chronic pain to weak nails and congested skin. Seven days a week, Tran and the staff at Nail and Skin Day Spa knead away tension, remove unwanted hair, and make lashes stand out with tinting, perm, and extension services. Using products from OPI and CND, nail technicians keep nails strong, shiny, and meticulously groomed. Dermalogica products cleanse skin of all types without artificial colors or fragrance. Permanent-makeup services enhance features without constant makeup reapplication through long days, water activities, and sudden liquid-eyeliner storms.
Inside Simply Irresistible, expert nail tech and independent contractor Maria Mock keeps phalanges looking polished with more than 20 years of nail-care experience, a skill she has taught throughout the world. Maria’s dexterous fingers coax tension and miniature squadrons of army men out of feet during soothing pedicures, which treat parched two-steppers to several gulps of lotion. After whittling nails to desired forms, Maria dresses them up with a glitzy layer of polish. The spa Shellac manicure similarly dotes on hands with a massage but goes the extra mile by sloughing off dead skin cells and sealing in moisture with an exfoliation and paraffin hand dip. Maria files talons into shape and finishes with a coat of durable, high-gloss Shellac, which, like a sugar-cookie purist, resists chips. Groupon-holders can upgrade to a french Shellac manicure or a regular french polish pedicure for an additional $5.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Highlights and a cut
Brands Used: Morocconoil, Joico, Kerastase, Enjoy Hair Care
Pro Tip: Great environment with excellent services.
Just like many movie theaters, Nail Geeks gives you a choice: 2-D or 3-D? That is, when you come in to get nail art done, the staff can decorate your fingertips using swirling designs or shimmering add-ons, such as rhinestones, beads, and dots. This meticulous art form is a labor of love for the staff at Nail Geeks, who refer to themselves as "nail therapists." They put passion and full concentration into every service.
During their services, they utilize only all-natural skincare products, from lotions and exfoliating scrubs to masks for the hands and feet. They use CND's Brisa gel and shellac, which can resist chipping to preserve color. The nail therapists can also perform relaxing services in tandem with the mani-pedis, everything from hot stones to milk-and-honey foot baths to jazzy saxophone solos.