Licensed electrologist Stephanie Peek uses electrolysis to remove unwanted hair. She places a thin probe in the follicle that emits a shortwave radio frequency to disable hair growth and alert nearby truck drivers of skin-smoothing opportunities. The process is recognized as a permanent form of hair removal by the FDA.
Ultimate Tans provides visitors with private rooms and a premier fleet of tanning equipment. With a month of unlimited, guests can sustain a steady glow over regular, relaxing visits. For spray tans, Ultimate Tans deploys its steady-handed team of spritzers, each capable of spraying on a natural, orange-free, streak-free coat. While not included in the value of today’s Groupon, the salon also stocks a spectrum of lotions and oils that can easily give epidermal areas an Olympic third-place finish.
The Garden Salon rectifies the ragged fingers and run-down toes of male and female clients in a clean, tranquil full-service beauty shop. After carefully assessing paws, experienced digit decorators design a treatment to suit guests' specific skin- and nail-enhancing needs.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Pumpkin peels and Brazilian waxing
Brands Used: ilike, Salon Sugar Products, Circadia, H2T professional peels
Pro Tip: I have 15+ years experience as an aesthetician.
Do you offer your customers any extra perks?
Coffee, tea, or hot chocolate.
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
Relaxing, yet chic and trendy.
What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease?
I provide quality services using organic products. I become acquainted with the client, and assess the goals and needs of each client before providing any service. My goal is to provide each client with an exceptional service in a relaxing, comfortable environment.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Besides having 15 years of aesthetics experience, I was an educator for a spa for 10 years.
Stylist Rachel Roes McCoy began her haircare career at 16, when she started shaping new coiffures for her family and friends. Since then, she has become a certified facial-waxing specialist and trained with stylists Martin Parsons and Nick Arrojo from TLC's What Not to Wear. Nowadays, McCoy showcases her expertise with shears at Studio La Vie, where she severs split ends, snips away tangled fishing lines, and performs coloring and waxing services.