Cura Bella's resident hair and nail technicians grace scalps and limbs with a menu of hair and nail services and steadfast attention to detail. Stylists snip away at lengthy locks with simple haircuts ($35+) and offer special-occasion updo styling to gussy up guests for “Baby's First Self-Aware Moment” celebrations ($35–$80). Spot straightening services ($35+) tackle pesky frizz-fraught areas and custom foil framing ($35+) highlights favored locks. Each treatment includes a rejuvenating scalp massage to oust stress from its cranium-bound fortifications.
Although the aestheticians at Tima’s Salon can confidently whip up stylish french nails and lush lashes, their real specialty is enhancing the skin. The staff mixes and matches medically derived treatment sessions such as microdermabrasion, acne treatments, and glycolic peels with purifying facials. These tailored skin regimens work to correct each individual’s skin issues, leaving smooth, spot-free complexions that don’t require donning gobs of concealer or Cousin It wigs.:m]]
Ashley Schroer has styled the hair of one of the nation's most famously meticulous personalities: Martha Stewart. While working at her current salon location, she maintains the same level of detail and expertise as she cuts and highlights her clients' locks. She also crafts intricate updos and tames unruly locks with keratin treatments.
Not surprisingly, finger- and toenails are the main focus at Debrah Englert. They are trimmed, filed, and buffed into tiny reflective mirrors. Then, a nail technician covers them in regular or chip-resistant Shellac polish in a kaleidoscope of hues.
When organizing exercise regimens for his clients, personal trainer Matt Kasee draws inspiration from several periods of his life: the time he spent studying anatomy in graduate school, his process of becoming certified by the NSCA and ACSM, and of course, his trips to Disney World. Matt sees the theme park as an exemplary model of thorough planning and originality, which are concepts he strives to incorporate in his fitness programs. Just as each Disney attraction is hyperconscious of its target audience, his routines are customized to each person and their goals. He also tries to emulate the park's knack for mixing entertainment with education—his workouts prioritize fun and variety as motivational tools rather than intimidation or the threat of playing "It's a Small World" on a loop.
Matt leads both private and semiprivate training sessions with specific milestones in mind. Whether his clients want to lose weight, bulk up, or enhance their athletic performance, his methods adjust to suit their respective starting points and goals. He gives guests the competitive edge with movement analyses, nutrition tips, and gym guidance, and he even encourages patrons with online coaching.