Filled with chic accessories, colorful threads, and uncommon jewelry, Glamour Puss Beauty Bar and Boutique encourages perusal as well as beautification under the hands of an experienced aesthetician. The staff shapes brows to emphasize eyes and one's displeasure at underwhelming knock-knock jokes, and performs permanent-makeup services to speed morning routines. The skilled pair also offers head-to-toe styling, custom makeup blends, and detailed cosmetic instruction.
Not only does Images International cut hair, it also grows it. The LaserTek 9000 Hair Therapy laser emits low-level light, causing a chain reaction of cell repair. This microscopic round of dominoes eventually leads to hair regrowth, and Image International's team of tight-knit technicians has revitalized dozens of scalps on both men and women. Once clients have thicker heads of hair, stylists can cut it into chic styles and use the trimmings to make friendship bracelets. The salon's other treatments for hair loss include permagraphs, prostheses, and professional wigs customized to each scalp.
Though stylists are often found cutting hair, Ericathestylist wants to help her clients grow theirs out. Whether that's through the adoption of healthy growth practices or the use of extensions, she's got more than 12 years of experience to back up her techniques. She often works with virgin Brazilian extensions, which can be styled just like natural hair even though they didn't hatch from the same egg.
The stylists at Liquid Salon train extensively in L'oréal color techniques and wield Kerastase products to shape and style coifs. Each visit commences with a complimentary consultation, in which a tress-tamer recommends a style based on a client's specific features, lifestyle, and favorite decade. Shear off locks with a 45-minute women's haircut and style ($55+) or a 30-minute men's cut and style ($40+). A hairdresser can enliven lackluster strands with coloring ($55+) or highlights ($100+), or straighten out unruly frizz with a basic relaxer ($95+) and threats of tickling.
Stacy Hansen wasn't satisfied with standard massage therapy training. After her initial certification in 1994, Stacy returned to complete 660 hours' worth of study at the Irene's Myomassology Institute of Southfield, Michigan in 2009. There she bulked up her knowledge of bodywork with added expertise in orthopedic and sports massage, lymphatic drainage and myofascial release, reflexology, and prenatal, hot stone, and aromatherapy massage. In 2013, she added cranial sacral studies to her already impressive resume.
At Body Therapy For Better Health, Stacy gets to show off her wide array of skills without tattooing them all over her face. For bodily aches, Stacy enlists everything from Swedish massage strokes to hot stones to ease pain.
From his small village in central Greece, Tom Goulas brought a piece of his heritage across the pond to share: the cuisine. In 1975 he first founded Honey Tree Grille with the intent of sharing the rich, flavorful food of his native country. Since then, his business has grown three-fold, but Goulas aims to maintain the old-school attention to both the dishes the kitchen sends out and the service. These days, the menu can be found across seven different locations. There, diners will find a handful of familiar American classics alongside Greek staples such as fresh-sliced gyro sandwiches, layered mousaka, and golden, flaky spanikopita.