Pure Beauty Lounge owner Pamela works alongside cosmetologists, nail technicians, an aesthetician, and a massage therapist as they unleash soothed sighs and newfound beauty. Brushes flit across nails in manicure chairs, and a massage room in sage and burgundy hues offers privacy during kneading sessions. The massage therapist heats smooth stones, and aromatherapy oils release warm clouds of soothing scents like a soup made from love letters. The staff performs skin-refreshing facials and body wraps, and a hydrotherapy capsule bed with a water-jet massage and full-body steam bath purrs and hisses over a chorus of calm exhalations.
Massage therapists, fitness instructors, and nutritional consultants join forces at Pocono Body Wellness Studio to promote holistic health in all its forms. Therapists de-stress musculature with acupuncture and numerous massage modalities, and ear-candling sessions can help relieve tension in sinuses, which cannot be massaged. Elsewhere in the studio, resident aestheticians further enhance bodies with facials, waxes, and mani-pedis. The staff makes frequent contributions to charities, donating 5% of the proceeds of every massage package they book to a children's hospital in Philadelphia.
Stylists at Artistic Design Hair Studio give their clients the styles they want, whether working with natural curls or working against Mother Nature with Japanese straightening systems and permanent waves. They cut and color locks with rich single-process hues and style them with products from Color Proof, Nuema, AG, and Baco Color. Away from the salon floor and the sound of split ends shattering on the ground, massage therapists ease tension with the gentle kneads of Swedish techniques, and aestheticians purify pores with Repechage skincare products and mineral makeup from Bodyography. The nail technicians put their finishing touches on new looks with manicures and pedicures with glossy OPI polishes.
Trendz Salon congregates the talents of hairstylists, nail technicians, and massage therapists, each of whom shares the goal of making clients looks and feel their best. Every member of the team draws from years of experience in their field, but perhaps the salon's greatest asset is their upbeat customer service. Before performing any of their signature facials, luxurious foot-massage pedicures, or creative hair-coloring services, the team consults with clients to learn about their lifestyle and deepest beauty desires.
The staffers at A Touch of Heaven Salon and Spa perfect appearances and soothe aching muscles with services that use designer product lines. Stylists bathe tresses in Keune hair hues, which allow clients to match their locks to previous dyes or Monet’s water lilies. Dermalogica products cleanse complexions during eight kinds of facials, each of which targets a different source of the skin blues. During the exfoliating body scrub, sea salt sloughs off dead skin cells and clears a pore pathway for a river moisturizing oils, which are tinged with such scents as lavender or peppermint rosemary. The spa also corrals its services into themed packages, including a Teen Angel session that arms adolescents with beauty tips and a Honeymoon spa day for two complete with massages, facials, and the hand-holding required by most couples' prenuptial agreements.
Devyne Insparation Day Spa's attentive soothers induce heavy relaxation in the bodies and minds of guests. The spa package kicks off as a muscle molder’s nimble fingers flow over corporeal landscapes with long, fluid Swedish strokes or focus on specific tendons with deeper pressure. The pampering moves to extremities as tootsies relish in a foot scrub and paraffin treatments anoint digits with wax melted from Madame Tussauds' unpopular celebrity figures. Tongues also receive a treat with chocolate-tinged strawberries and the refreshing balm of a chocolate beverage. Couples and soloists can choose to forgo the extremity cosseting and focus solely on tight musculature with one-hour massages, which leave muscular fibers singing as harmoniously as a barbershop quartet, instead of screeching like the lead singer in a death-metal barbershop quartet.