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Each service at Marietta's Day Spa seems to have a different purpose. The petite facial exfoliates and massages faces, whereas the Man for All Seasons facial nourishes the skin of men and the weather patterns that love them. Elsewhere, paraffin applications lock moisture into dry skin, and Swedish and deep-tissue massages work the kinks out of tired muscles.
310-B S Canal St.
Chicago,
IL
US
To get an idea of the lengths to which Linxia Beauty Works goes, you only need to look at its corrective herbal facial. During this extensive treatment, aestheticians create blends from scratch, customized for each client. That includes an herbal detox mask, enzyme blends, and a serum composed of more than 100 formulas including caviar extract, botanical extracts, and amino acid blends. Add in steam cleansing, manual extractions, and massage, and you have a treatment that can combat all manner of blemish. And this is just one of many treatments offered here; the menu also features crushed amber facials, non-invasive face lifts, and full body waxing.
111 N Wabash Avenue, Suite 2120
Chicago,
IL
US
Whether a client wants their hair cut or their eyelashes lengthened, Wax on Wax off Salon and Spa's talented aestheticians have them covered. Breaking away from their namesake service, the beauty haven not only waxes legs and faces, it also threads eyebrows and colors nails. Their full line of facials, meanwhile, leaves skin looking young enough to be ineligible for "adult swim" at the pool. And the venue for this beautification? A studio in the heart of the University of Illinois at Chicago, where the floors are dark hardwood and the walls looks like wrapped presents.
1044 W Taylor St
Chicago,
IL
US
What makes it great: decadent hotel in a landmark high-rise designed by famous architect Mies Van Der Rohe; romantic riverside views of the city and lake; signature Blissful Beds that provide maximum, melt-into-the-covers comfort; on-site dining; a location that’s a steps from the Magnificent Mile
330 North Wabash Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US
True sticklers for hygiene and sanitation, the hair-removal pros at The City Waxing adhere to a strict practice of never double-dipping. This prevents wax-pot contamination and, in turn, the spread of germs from client to client. The waxers can whisk unwanted hair away from nearly any area of the anatomy, including faces, torsos, hands, and nether regions.
56 W Huron St.
Chicago,
IL
US
Lillian Howard, the proprietress of Lillian Dion Salon, draws upon her training from the Vidal Sassoon Academy in London as she leads the shop's team of creative stylists. Within the ultra-chic salon decked out in modern artwork, hair artists cut and color hair of all textures and create glamorous updos for attending special occasions or beguiling onlookers as you sleep. They also add volume and length to sparse manes with an array of specialty extensions and laser hair-restoration treatments. Their selection of Italian haircare products from Davines nourish scalps and cleanse tresses. A Conversation with Lillian, Owner of Lillian Dion Salon What is your salon's most popular service or treatment? Most people come to take advantage of our skill in keeping the hair healthy, strong, growing, and beautiful. Do you or your staff have any special certifications or training? What makes you and your team experts? Everyone is a certified hair stylist. [We are] experts at creating innovative looks and meeting the customer's standards in beauty. What makes your business stand out from the competition? Not only do we focus on doing hair, but we [also] focus on doing make-up, facials, eye brows, and more to meet the customer's needs. What keeps customers coming back? Our customer experience, advanced hair knowledge, our innovative skills, and our location. What's the vibe of your salon like? We are [a] fun and outgoing team. No hassle, but a lot of relaxing and great personalities. Why is Black History Month important to you? It celebrates our achievements and honors our ancestors. It gives us an opportunity to reference our long struggle to achieve peace, overcome oppression, and become a stronger community. What does being a black business owner mean to you? It means that as a people we have come a long way in America. And there are a lot of hurdles to jump, [but] having jumped this one makes me glad.
1020 S Wabash Ave
Chicago,
IL
US