Named after the colorful bracelets that jangle on the wrists of many Indian women, Ruby’s Bangles gives its patrons an opportunity to partake in ancient Eastern beauty rituals. In the spa, aestheticians use eyebrow threading techniques inspired by Egyptian beauty rituals to remove unwanted hair. Skilled henna artists can transform hands and feet with dramatic plant-ink designs. The store's boutique boasts a wide selection of Indian-inspired jewelry, including bindis, necklaces, bangles, and hip chains for belly dancing or keeping prank-prone jeans from running away.
Melissa Simmons offers soothing facial treatments at Trilogy Salon, where she customizes her processes based on personal need and preference. Her treatments can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, oily skin, or acne, or simply can rejuvenate and refresh visages. At the salon, customers also will find nail services such as manicures and pedicures, and hair services such as cuts, extensions, and color treatments.
The technicians and aestheticians at Rejuvenate Redlands devote themselves to stymying time's negative effects on the face and body with innovative, safe techniques. Wrinkles and sagging skin meet with nonsurgical face-lifts that naturally lift and tighten the skin with gentle heating, and hair restoration services restore thick locks with transplants that eschew scalpels and mammoth fur wigs. Dedicated to finding the right treatment for each client, the team conducts free consultations before every procedure.
Following complimentary consultations, the team at Evans & Co. Salon transforms hairstyles with precise color treatments, using a variety of quality products including Pureology, Redken, Bare Escentuals, and Unite. Though they specialize in color, the team also offers special-occasion styling and blowouts.
International Day Spa has been supplying Redlands-area pamperistas with relaxing and beautifying treatments for more than 21 years. In the Massage à Trois service, couples take turns receiving one-hour Swedish/American massages. The partner not currently receiving the massage is encouraged to participate with the therapist, learning techniques that can be used at home or at stressful youth soccer games. After both partners have received their massage, couples are invited to relax in the Turkish steam room, attacking their already weakened stress levels with an assault of vapors and withering criticism. Solo spa goers can opt instead to partake of the spa’s other services, including hot-stone massage ($95+), facials (generally $45–$235), and hydrotherapy services, such as aromatherapy body buffing or salt glow with a relaxing Vichy shower ($55).