Brow threading may be the raison d'être of the aestheticians at Eyebrow Expressions, but the team also ably branches out to de-fuzzing other parts of the body, including services for legs, face, and intimate areas. Inside the salon, which is located within Meijer, the aestheticians can also remove hair with threading, an ancient Indian technique that uses a long, wound cotton thread to zip hair away in precise lines without irritating the skin. Because the process is so gentle, the team can thread lips, chins, necks, and delicate vestigial wings.
The staff and state-certified massage therapists at Heavenly Massage have left no stone unturned when it comes to their clients’ relaxation. At each Heavenly Massage location, the music, lighting, and decor all serve the same goal of enhancing peace of mind. Though massages—ranging from hot stone to lymphatic drainage—are the signature service, the staff also offers nailcare, skincare, waxing, and body treatments.
It's something of a Catch-22: the processes that have been developed over the years to help make natural hair more manageable are, for some, destroying people's ability to grow hair at all. So the team at Natural Hair Science have focused on their trichology department, in which researchers are studying the causes of hair loss and thinning. Supporting their efforts are a team of stylists who perform services meant to foster natural hair growth. Relaxers and perms are conspicuously absent from the service menu, which is instead focused on cuts, styling, growth treatments, and maintenance sessions for locs, twists, and braids. In addition to regrowth, the stylists are also particularly interested in prevention: many of their clients are children whose parents want them to avoid the chemical processes that can contribute to early follicle damage.
Clients walk into Mary Hanna’s Hair Design with one common goal in mind: to improve the state of their hair. And the stylists easily succeed with a host of tools that includes scissors, hair dye, relaxer, and deep-conditioning formulas. They also tackle the little unwanted hairs that cover patrons’ legs and face with bowls of warm wax and a piece of thread or minty dental floss.