PureLife Wellness Solutions' staffers dedicate themselves to helping their patients further their individual health goals, coaxing toxins from bodies, battling cellulite and stretch marks, and working to help relieve stress and discomfort with aesthetic and wellness services. After complimentary initial consultations, staffers deftly perform noninvasive body-contouring and facial treatments that aim to tighten skin and shed inches so that patrons can more easily hide behind telephone poles. IV treatments further guide patients toward health, with cocktails designed to boost energy, provide assistance to flagging immune systems, or assist with struggles with addiction, depression, and chronic fatigue.
Though Perfect Ten Nail Salon’s technicians have no problem looking guests in the eye and greeting them with a warm smile, their attention quickly wanders to hands and feet as they set to work trimming, primping, and polishing nails. The experienced technicians keep acrylic and Shellac polishes close by their manicure stations, making use of the colorful bottles when the time comes to embellish nails with colorful portraits of their wearers. Manicures and pedicures also tend to skincare needs with flourishes such as oil rinses, foot massages, and soothing paraffin treatments.
Expert hairstylist Rachel Johnson deftly shears, shapes, and styles tresses at Aspen Spalon. Hair feathers ($10–$15 each) and strands of hair bling ($4 each) add an avian accent or tinselly touch to coiffures, providing extra texture without the hassle of braiding in silly straws. Tame overgrown tufts with a haircut and style, unleashing a barrage of snip-snips to tame sprawling head gardens into trim topiaries. The salon supplements haircutting services and scissor-throwing competitions with Redken conditioning treatments to soften and smoothen locks and eyebrow waxing to craft artistic arches.
It would be easy to spend an entire day or three inside Clary Sage Salon & Spa, and not just for the mod leather seats and fluffy throw pillows. The main reason: Clary Sage's extensive menu of services. Here, clients can get a quick chair massage or ease into a 90-minute hot-stone massage, adding a scalp massage, foot treatment, and even chocolate to the relaxing service. They can then rejuvenate their skin with a deluxe facial, an enzyme peel, or a makeup application, then treat nails to colorful, long-lasting OPI polish. They can also spruce up hair with cuts, color, and updos or remove unwanted hair with waxing services.
The Great Clips empire spans more than 3,000 salons across North America, where a collective of over 30,000 stylists wait, ready to tend to hairstyles. At these salons, no appointments are necessary—though an online check-in system aids those who wish to skip any potential lines by adding their names directly to the haircut queue. And to aid their new hairstyles, customers can peruse a line of gels, conditioners, pomades, and tea-tree oil shampoos and body washes.
Co-owners Jaclyn Beighle and Tiffany Brown use their beauty expertise to take care of all hair and skin issues. They cut and color hair on men, women, and Cabbage Patch Kids in need of a makeover. They also remove unwanted hair from the face and body with warm wax. On the spa side of the business, facials refresh mugs, and massages loosen knotted muscles.