The technicians at BodyTrends Day Spa refer to their offerings as "redesigns" rather than "procedures." That distinction is important?rather than recommending surgery, the beauty haven champions noninvasive methods to give clients the faces and bodies they wish for. Electrical muscle stimulation promotes firmer physiques without requiring recipients to spend hours at the gym or weekends moving heavy boxes up and down stairs. Similar slimming results may be found after laser treatments, which work to reduce fat and tighten skin. Should guests wish to turn back their faces' clock, the specialists can provide injectable fillers, exfoliating microdermabrasions, and classic facials.
Hair By Chaye's Chaye always had a passion for doing hair, and it shows. Inside her salon, she takes the extra time to ensure each client's visit is as relaxing as possible, treating ladies and gents to indulgent scalp massages and soothing steamed towels with each and every haircut. But while expert cuts, highlights, perms, and relaxers are her shop's specialty, the pampering services don't stop there. To make over clients from head to toe, Hair By Chaye also offers spa pedicures with foot scrubs, hot towels, and relaxing foot and leg massages, and waxing services for the face and body.
Licensed massage therapist Ginny Forbes helps her patients overcome chronic pain and deep-seated muscle tension with a caring, therapeutic approach to her craft. She works one-on-one with her patients to tailor each treatment specifically for their needs, whether they're looking to reduce fluid retention from sitting at their desk job all day, or reduce bruising and swelling after sleeping on a pile of rocks all night.
Sunsations Tanning Salon, which has catered to beauty-pageant contestants such as Miss Oklahoma Alicia Clifton, gilds limbs with three levels of tanning beds and airbrush tanning. Clients recline in a traditional or wide-body bronzing bed or stay vertical in a standup bed while inside a large private room.
In addition to tanning, Sunsations offers facials and massages by its aesthetician, Shea. During signature facials, Shea deeply cleanses pores to remove built-up dirt and grime and any glitter left over from New Year’s Eve. She also kneads bodies with custom massage techniques, releasing toxins and turning muscles into butter.
After becoming licensed, massage therapist Cliff Rackley found himself tending to the overworked limbs and game-time nerves of the University of Arkansas' men's basketball team. Calling on the know-how he gained treating college athletes, he opened his own business in order to lavish the same accuracy and attention on a range of clients. As these clients kick back on his massage table, he assuages their muscles with a retinue of techniques that includes Swedish, sports, and hot-stone massages, each of which he can also perform in the location of the clients' choice to ease tension at home or soften stiffening during staring contests with Medusa.
At Salon Pure Loft, two stylists combine their regular coif-shaping enterprise with recycling initiatives, rewarding customers with 25% off refills when they bring in empty shampoo or conditioner bottles. Drawing on their Rusk and Paul Mitchell educations as well as their certifications as Coppola keratinologists and Alfaparf Milano colorists, the pair set clients' minds at ease in a thorough consultation before creating stylish hair arrangements that follow current trends or re-create a favorite Disney character’s updo.