Visitors to The Spa at Park Lane step under a columned archway to enter a room awash in the soft glow that emanates from a row of chandeliers. Housed in private treatment rooms, the spa’s licensed massage therapists and aestheticians alleviate stress and soften skin with Eminence Skincare products made exclusively in Hungary.
Overseen by Connie Piazza, an aesthetician for more than 20 years, the staff at The International Hair Design pampers clients with both soothing salon and spa services. Traditional cut and color treatments mix with Brazilian blowouts and argan-oil conditioning treatments on the service menu, and bodies are treated with facials and waxing sessions.
As Andrew’s Hair Salon’s stylists cut, color, and shape tresses, they pay careful attention to achieving customers’ desired looks—just as they did when the salon opened its doors in 1964. Since then, the hairstyling industry has changed, but an emphasis on continuing education ensures that these stylists stay at the cutting edge of hair trends and techniques. Andrew’s Hair Salon also offers expert facial waxing services, keeping eyebrows shaped and upper lips and chins smooth to help clients impersonate wax mannequins at Madame Tussauds.
After years sewing funky, girly clothing for her young daughter, Lisa Jamieson began to sell her creations online, founding the business that would become The Tutu Boutik. Colorful leg warmers, flowered headbands, and the boutique's namesake tutus line shelves and fill racks throughout the boutique's pink and zebra-striped space inside the Boulevard Mall. A licensed cosmetologist, Jamieson also makes over petite patrons' hair, faces, and nails alongside staff in the spa, forgoing techniques such as cuticle trimming that might be unsafe for tiny digits. A make-your-own-lip-gloss station grants visitors the chance to craft their own sparkly solutions, and a pink catwalk mural encourages two-dimensional guests to work the runway.
Since 1992, the experienced stylists and aestheticians at Pro Image have clipped manes into stylish new shapes and pampered skin and nails. Overhauling style from top to bottom, staff can apply Novalash eyelash extensions, wax away unsightly hairs, or neatly apply polish to finely shaped nails.
Within 1,250 square feet of rich crimson walls and hardwood floors, the staff of Vittoria Salon & Beauty Boutique draws natural beauty to the surface from its hiding place behind the left ventricle. Their hair, makeup, waxing, and massage services—ranging from haircuts and extensions to hot stone kneads—bridge the gap between external glamour and inner calm. L'Anza Healing Haircare products serve as their weapon of choice against frizz and flyaways, and a small boutique area flaunts whimsical hair accessories and jewelry.