The skilled aestheticians at The Spa Connection revitalize and refresh worn-down nails and lackluster tresses. Stylists begin the cut and style with a thorough shampoo, confronting tresses with an arsenal of Aquage, Framesi, and Tressa products and forcing mops to relinquish collections of dirt and rejection letters from the musical Hair before snipping away frayed ends and styling locks into a chic new ’do. Alternatively, clients who opt for the mani-pedi can lie back and relax in a comfortable spa chair as a trained digit doctor indulges feet in an exfoliating sugar scrub during the spa pedicure. Next, skilled hands tame overgrown talons and knead knots out of bipedal pads before enveloping them in a hydrating mask and warm towels and brightening toe shields with of splash of polish. The trained techs spread the phalange love during a Shellac manicure, curtailing unwieldy cuticles, massaging hands, and slathering surfaces in a chip-free Shellac polish to ensure nails won't crack under intense questioning about the disappearance of several high-profile scratch-and-sniff stickers.
A Time to Spa provides a relaxing, Tuscan-style space inspired by Tusca to recharge human beings who seek an hour of transcendent escape during their busy week. Much like cookie dough that needs to have chocolate chips, eggs, flour, and sugar added to it as hungry bakers preemptively eat it, the human body is a vessel that requires cogent pampering if it's to ever survive. The experienced healing hands at A Time to Spa treat clients to blissful massages such as today's featured aromatherapy massage, a treatment that creates an olfactory oasis out of the combined effervescence of grapeseed oil packed with antioxidants and the complimentary essential oil of your choosing. As the pacifying scents travel from your nose to your brain, gentle manipulations reassure your muscles that relief is always within reach.
Hairdos blossom, skin textures soften, and nails brighten at the hands of the beauty professionals at Jessy K’s Salon and Spa. After a haircut, stylists can rekindle graying or fading tresses with dimensional highlights or smooth out frizzy strands with keratin treatments. Aestheticians pave the road to youth and beauty with microdermabrasion treatments, vitamin-enriched skin products, and hot-stone facials that wrestle wrinkles and fine lines from the skin, whereas nail technicians narrow in on fingers and toes during regular or shellac manicures and can also add acrylic tips to save clients the trouble of making their own nails out of pistachio shells.
Sensitive nostrils are safe at the fume-free Dolce Organic Salon, where no ammonia, plastics, sulfates, or parabens are allowed. Instead, stylists use cruelty-free Organic Color Systems hues and other organic products to color and style the hair they cut. Other types of treatments are just as gentle: instead of wax or a lawnmower, aestheticians remove hair with an antibacterial, antimicrobial potion. Extensions lengthen hair and lashes alike, and makeup artists play up clients’ favorite features.
Dolce’s serene space harmonizes with the salon’s philosophy that earthiness doesn’t mean forgoing stylishness. Ribbons of mosaic cut a curving path through the stone tiles on the floor, and large-scale paintings of luscious fruit overlook furniture in rich leather and wood tones.
Every client that walks through the doors of Joseph's Hair and Nail Salon receives top pampering from stylists and nail technicians with a full assortment of beautifying services. Clients can catch the eye of the town eagle with strategically placed feather extensions, or revamp manes with a full color change. Further above-the-neck beautifying includes fluttering eyelash extensions and makeup applications. Nail technicians top keratin sheets with chip-resistant shellac polish or acrylic nails and can add extra flare with nail art such as tiny stars, stripes, or American flags.
Gold-framed mirrors and zebra-printed chairs add pops of color to Salon Bella Vie’s understated color scheme with muted gray walls and wooden floors. It’s the place stylist Nicole calls her second home, a workstation with a sleek salon chair where men, women, and children sit during cuts, highlights, and games of I Spy.