The licensed stylists at Remy Girl Beauty Boutique entwine natural tresses with weaves and extensions. In addition to sewing in hair with traditional and braidless techniques, they use protein-bond glues to fuse new strands to familiar ones. Stylists use extensions to make hair more voluminous, add length, or conceal hair loss. To cater to their diverse clientele, they adapt their methods to suit a wide range of different hair textures.
Stoneware expert Andrew Linton schedules sessions in his spacious studio for couples of all potted persuasions to hone their creative skills. Having taught workshops at Midlands Clay Arts Society and the Mint Museum of Charlotte, Andrew encourages a hands-on approach to the ceramic arts in the studio he owns and operates himself. Customers with little or no experience in shot put can learn the fundamentals of wheel throwing in a beginners' class, which also covers trimming techniques designed to give your flower vase or cauldron a refined design. Forthcoming masterworks are then hardened in the bisque firing process, after which customers have the option of taking their freshly fired pots to be glazed (additional fee applies) at the in-store donut shop.
At a styling station inside Renee’s International Hair Styling, the self-contracted stylist behind Pretty Hair by Kim renovates outmoded hairdos with cuts, coloring, and deep-conditioning services. The multitalented beautician also applies weave hair extensions, as well as relaxers that smooth out unruly curls and frizz caused by smooching electrical sockets.
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Inside a cozy English-style cottage adorned with local art, the beauty barons and skin sultans of Salon du Monde moisturize, massage, and ameliorate nether-manes. A facial unfetters pores with a liberating steam treatment, preparing the skin for a rejuvenating massage. A customized mask is then applied to ensure faces will emerge smoother than the nose of a space shuttle. The swedish massage loosens muscles and alleviates stress via fluid techniques of light and firm pressure instead of encasing bodies in papier-mâché and whacking them like a piñata. Like the facial, the discreet and delicate brazilian bikini wax uses products selected for each skin type, including a pearly hard wax from Perron Rigot and a Satin Smooth strip wax.
An offshoot of The Wax Museum, Memories On Media began as a similarly sonically focused enterprise, editing audio clips and transferring the contents of vinyl records, reel-to-reels, and 8-tracks to CD. Since the business’ inception, its technicians have expanded their repertoire to include similar services for video-footage formats including VHS, mini DV, and 8mm.