Eyelash extensions. Keratin conditioning hair treatments. Microdermabrasion seaweed facials. These are just a few of the many options from Changing Styles Salon & Spa’s slate of services. Inside the welcoming, family-owned beauty emporium, an amiable staff of mane masters, aestheticians, and massage therapists greets customers. Then, these experts add pizzazz to coiffures with highlights, diminish stress with a specialty massage, and remove unwanted hair with waxing services or magnets for those with metal strands. Alternatively, they spruce up fingers and toes with acrylic polish, Shellac, solar, and nail arts that incorporate rhinestones.
Kaaya Salon & Spa is named after the Sanskrit word for "Body." The mission is to encourage clients to refocus their attention to their own bodies and to embrace treatments designed to help them look and feel better. Stylists offer cuts and highlights, while skincare specialists tend to skin with facials and organic peels. Other services include body scrubs, massages, and laser-hair removal. Kaaya also offers more advanced treatments such as ion detox therapy and bio-synthesis light therapy, which harnesses the power of LED light to give skin a healthy, glowing appearance by increasing collagen and elastin without having to apply messy glow-stick liquid.
What started as a beauty shop operating out of Aisha Khalid's home has now, 20 years later, blossomed into 10 full-service, women-only salons. The aestheticians at Aisha's Salon & Spa were some of the first to bring threading to the faces of Houston ladies, whisking away unruly brows, chin fuzz, and emperor-tamarin mustaches with a thin cotton filament. For body depilation, they turn to traditional waxing, and body polishes and facials leave skin rejuvenated and smooth. Stylists trim, straighten, and color tresses, and makeup artists apply finishing touches with traditional or airbrush products.
For the past 15 years, the beauty experts at Sheila's Hair Design have enhanced bodies with cuts and colors, the ancient art of threading, and henna tattoos that are ideal for weddings or turning a row of freckles into Pac-Man fodder. A boutique area showcases clothing and jewelry from Pakistan and India, including traditional pieces from Rajasthan.
Black, leather seating, elegantly spare walls, and copious light reflecting off the hardwood floors sets the tranquil setting of Singhaar, a salon, spa, and Indian apparel boutique. After aestheticians refresh complexions with facials inside private treatment rooms, and stylists sculpt and color coifs, guests can top off new looks by harvesting pieces from the boutique's multicolored racks. Vivid fuschias, greens, and yellows swim across dresses and tunics in the form of paisley, beaded embellishments, and even zebra print?though no zebras or paisley monsters were harmed in the clothes' creation.
Creative Cuts Katy’s business model is based on convenience and affordability, staying open seven days per week to cater to busy schedules and offering price ranges that won’t make you have to sell your autographed Fabio poster to get a quality haircut. Friendly stylists update looks with European extensions, keratin treatments, and color services, which clients can pair with massages and facials to build relaxing spa days.