Partake in the radiant, revitalizing services offered on Urban Trends' service menu. If you have an unwanted color of hair on your head, Urban Trends will dye it ($55+ for single-process color at the Milwaukee location, $39+ at the Sturtevant location) or cut it off altogether ($40+ for a cut and style in Milwaukee, $26+ in Sturtevant). Waxing services are available for bodybits ranging from lips ($13) to eyebrows ($17 Milwaukee, $16 Sturtevant) to bikini lines ($33+). Get nails narrowed down with a manicure ($20+ Milwaukee, $18+ Sturtevant) or a pedicure ($50+ Milwaukee, $38+ Sturtevant), or give your Halloween-mask-filler a makeover with the express mini-facial ($45+ Milwaukee, $40+ Sturtevant).
Bella Vita Day Spa and Salon offers numerous ways to beautify and recharge. Hair and skin services such as cuts, coloring, and elemental facials utilize the Aveda product line. The staff offers mani-pedis and massages as well as specialized men's treatments. This salon also sells jewelry, soaps, and candles.
Deep-seated stresses dissipate at the hands of Limback Wellness Center's certified massage therapists. The center specializes in hot-stone and hot-towel massages, which employ penetrating heat and soothing circular motions to boost circulation, oxygenate muscles, and alleviate the lingering stiffness that comes from serving as the spring festival’s Maypole. Aside from their popular heated modalities, the team of male and female massage therapists treats clients to gentle relaxation massages and more focused deep-tissue work.
When runner Nolan Lee hurt himself during a track and field event, a licensed massage therapist descended from the stands to come to his aid. After the therapist guided Nolan through stretches and massage, he was awestruck to be feeling relief so immediately without wrapping his legs in hot pancakes. He enrolled in massage school and soon after graduation opened V.I.P Massage. Here, he uses an athlete's understanding of muscle pain to inform his sessions, whether the client wants the soothing strokes of Swedish massage or the more in-depth ministrations of deep-tissue therapy.
Steve Retzlaff’s 8-year career has been spent wrestling twisted muscles and calming achy spots on the body. The massage therapist, who works inside Limback Wellness, uses light strokes and deeper kneading techniques to bust through tension once and for all. He also incorporates heated stones and natural aromatherapy oils into massages that further soothe muscles.
A therapist with seven years of ache-taming experience, Tracie Nichols has the know-how necessary to help people manage pain, say sayonara to stress, boost energy, and prolong their muscles’ health. During a deep-tissue massage, her fingers will spelunk into muscles’ deeper recesses to ferret out tension and mollify recent damage or recurring hurts. The exfoliating full-body scrub then strips dermal terrain of rough patches, revealing skin that’s as soft as a baby’s knee-pit. Complimentary aromatherapy then begins to invigorate nasal passages while hands or feet dip into paraffin to soak up moisture and gain appreciation for wax-museum pieces’ unflagging patience.