The House of Brows may specialize in precision eyebrow waxing and threading, but its beauty and spa services, which include lash extensions, facials, body wraps, and massages, set the company apart. Aestheticians customize hair-removal sessions by consulting with clients to determine which method suits their hair or skin type. After deciding between threading or waxing, clients recline as aestheticians groom, shape, or completely efface hair patches. When the service concludes, technicians give clients after-wax instructions to console the skin of its losses. Treatments take place on overstuffed recliners in a vibrant bittersweet-colored studio.
At Eyelashes, Brows, & More, specialists accent eyes with brow and lash tints and elongating eyelash extensions. The ?More? aspect of the business includes 60-minute hot-stone massages, exfoliating chemical peels, and cleansing facials. In addition, threadings and waxes ensure faces, bodies, and shadows are free of unwanted fuzz.
Ashley Williams wants to contribute to the overall well being of her clients, and she does so at Unique Massages, one muscle at a time. The licensed massage therapist studied at Concorde College, earned her license, and practices at Unique where she offers massages that are tailored to each client's needs. Her services include Swedish massage to help clients overcome stress, hot-stone and geriatric massage to soothe pain and tension, and prenatal massage to give expecting mothers a break from supporting the weight of the giant baby-naming book.