In a tranquil spa space, Saggio Spa's aestheticians and massage therapists alleviate stresses stored throughout the body with a range of traditional and exotic facials, massages, and other spa services. Seven types of massage blend various modalities and may incorporate oils, hot paraffin, or hot stones to soothe aching muscles and relax tattoos of growling tigers. Both massages and facials sometimes call on aromatic essential oils and scrubs to refurbish skin; standouts among these include eucalyptus and mint oils, sea salts, and manuka honey. When not soothing back pains or flushing dirt from pores in their private treatment rooms, the spa staff organizes bridal and birthday parties for larger groups.
L. David's experienced staff of polishing pros trim, shape, and pamper patrons to help them boost their double-take factor. The salon and spa procures an assortment of salon services, including a women's wash, cut, and finish for a rakish head rug ($25–$55+), a permanent color and finish for a newly hued hairdo ($35–$65+), and chemical relaxers to help soothe strands stressed from over-styling and run-ins with plasma balls ($65+).
Expert hair stylist Andrea Frederes, who has more than 20 years of experience, uses 100% human-hair extensions from SO.CAP.USA's private facility in Italy to lengthen, volumize, and highlight shorter locks. Andrea helps clients select up to 100 extension pieces, which include 81 different pigments, to match the color, texture, and sleep cycles of their well-tenured hairstock. She then uses natural keratin protein to fuse together existing hair with the chosen extensions. In addition to the several texture options, guests can further bedazzle their hairdos by incorporating feathers, crystal strands, and two-tone follicles. A cut and style puts the finishing touches on newly crafted coiffures, creating a decorative head accessory that's elegant and modest—unlike a diamond-studded peacock.
Aesthetician Mary Kukura of Skinlogix boasts an impressive set of skills and certifications, which she calls upon while performing a variety of skincare and beauty services. For a quick beauty fix, you can stop in for a pedicure or a waxing service. If you're looking for a brighter complexion, you might want to choose one of Mary's specialty facials?the varied menu uses tools such as oxygen infusions, diamonds, stem cells, and googly eyes. And if you're simply in search of relaxation, hot-stone massages and cupping help holistically heal and comfort.
Like a diamond cutter, which changes an uncut stone into a beautiful gem, Diamonds Salon's stylists attempt to turn clients into beauties via great haircuts. As a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon, Diamonds Salon uses products and techniques from the famed king of hair, including the popular Awapuhi Wild Ginger line. Stylists also add sun-kissed highlights and bold pops of pink, purple, red, and blue color for those who want to look a little more rock 'n' roll without hiring a pyrotechnics crew to follow them around.
Pol'ish Salon & Spa's Sue Thomas devotes her skills as a nail technician to performing several manicures and pedicures. Her service menu includes gel polish manicures, which involve more filing and buffing than a weightlifting lawyer's schedule. Sue infuses friendliness into each service she renders, and she strives to make each visit relaxing for her guests. That emphasis can be found in her spa pedicures, which incorporate hot towel treatments and extended massages of the feet and legs.