Golden Tan Salons recognizes the importance of cultivating an eye-catching glow at all four of their area locations. After a complimentary tour and consultation, certified tanning professionals direct patrons toward quick misting in a spray-tanning booth. Horizontal, vertical, and open-style beds build tans with UV light instead of bronze Legos as patrons enjoy features such as built-in air conditioning and aromatherapy. The team also recommends products to nourish skin and extend the life of tans.
At Sculpt 2, clients can trim and revitalize their bodies into shapely silhouettes with microcurrent body-sculpting treatments, which use the same SX-4000Pro system as seen on Rachel Ray Human Lab. Whether used on stubborn arm fat, relentless abdominal fat, or mildly disagreeable leg fat, the SX-4000Pro microcurrent stimulates the muscles with electricity and electro house music to strengthen and define muscles by increasing the effectiveness of ATP breakdown and protein synthesis. When used over multiple treatments and combined with proper dieting, clients can see dramatic and romantic comedy results, anywhere from 3–10 inches throughout the body. Microcurrent treatments also stimulate collagen and elastin production, providing for smoother, more youthful skin when blending in at baby town-hall meetings.
Wide, youthful-looking eyes free of puffy bags. Smoother skin. A taut physique free of cellulite. These are just a few of the physical upgrades offered at Shu Cosmetic Surgery, a practice helmed by medical director Dr. Steven Shu, his physician assistant Katie McClellan, and his team of medical aestheticians. Visitors to the modern, inviting practice can choose from treatments such as minimally invasive liposuction, natural breast augmentation, and mini face-lifts that lift away deep fine lines. At an onsite med spa, the physician assistant and medical aestheticians perform nonsurgical treatments including chemical peels and laser hair removal.
The staff at Wendy's Spa Services draws on more than 15 years of industry experience to blur the distinction between relaxation and beautification. Though many of their treatments are geared toward achieving aesthetic results, the staff commonly helps promote an inner state of calm with soothing add-ons. Reflexology, for example, can accompany mani-pedis, just as customized facials may include remedies for puffy eyes, and massages regularly make use of hot towels and aromatherapy. The staff relies on their own considerable artistry, as well as products from glo therapeutics, OPI, and Nufree—an alternative to wax that doesn't stick to the skin or cause one to be mistaken for one’s more famous wax-museum counterpart.
Licensed aesthetician, Aveda Institute graduate, and Brow Bella Spa Studio owner Krystal Dunn helps each of her clients look and feel their best. Specializing in brow shaping, Krystal gives her undivided attention to each client's face shape and holds consultations with new guests to explain how to best flatter their bone structures before waxing or threading toward perfection. Tidy arches and enhanced winks create the foundation for pulled-together looks, and Krystal continues face and body transformations with services that include sunless-spray-tanning treatments, relaxing facials, and eyelash extensions.
Perfect Brow Bar was born in 2008, when the United States first started embracing eyebrow threading—an ancient method of removing unwanted hair with swift twists of a cotton thread. As the service’s popularity grew, so did Perfect Brow Bar: it now boasts more than 15 locations across the central states. Some patrons report that threading is less painful, causes less redness, and is more precise than waxing, and the method doesn't require any brutal candle killing. In addition to threading, the trained staff beautifies clients with services including facials, eyelash extensions, and henna tattoos.