Each of Tangerine Salons' four locations operate under a charitable ethos and the nature-based tenants of Aveda. Aveda's environmentally conscious, naturally derived products infuse all of Tangerine's salon services. Seven tiers of hairstylists—ranging from Protégé I to Master III—handle the hairstyling duties by snipping, highlighting, and conditioning locks. At the Coppell and Cedar Hill locations, the staff dedicates space to an array of spa services, including massages, facial treatments, mani-pedis, and back facials that help eliminate crow's feet on people with eyes in the back of their heads.
The Clinical Skin Care Center Med Spa currently operates under the medical direction of Dr. David Azouz, a board-certified plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience performing cosmetic surgery on the face and body. He and their staff perform cosmetic laser procedures that use radio frequency, light energy, and other technologies to target signs of aging on the face or body, as well as acne, acne scarring, and cellulite. The microdermabrasion treatments gently remove the topmost layer of skin to reveal softer skin, while also softening lines and fight acne.
Mouton’s Salon redefines the hair and skin of its customers with a range of professional, beautifying services. Correct spontaneous purpling of the hair with a complete color ($86) from one of Mouton’s talented, team-oriented hair designers, who specialize in transmogrifying wrongly tinted strands into the correct permanent or semi-permanent shades. A palette treatment will use highlights or lowlights to endow your head garden with multiple dimensions ($86), and an underarm wax eliminates embarrassing entanglements with flypaper ($30). Mouton’s custom facial includes a skin analysis, cleansing, exfoliation, vaporous mists, extractions, a massage, and a mask and moisturizer customized to each mug’s needs ($65), giving skin a healthy glow rivaling that of the most expensive Halloween costumes.
The smooth, black basalt traditionally used in hot stone massage has something in common with spa owner Mahealani Trepinski's career: they were both forged in Hawaii. But while these rocks were born in the island chain's famous lava flows, Trepinski had to journey there as an adult for the training that gives her skill set a distinctive Hawaiian flavor.
The island's influence can be felt in a number of A Hawaiian Touch Natural Healing Center and Spa Inc.'s spa treatments, from lomi massages?a Hawaiian practice based on ancient ritual and music?to organic facials and seaweed detox wraps. The spa's menu is diverse, offering far infrared sauna sessions alongside a wide array of massage modalities including craniosacral, sports, and medical massage. Trepinski, who is also an Integrative Nutrition health coach, even teaches other professionals how to perform reflexology, throw spa parties, and alleviate the pain of midnight burrito cravings.
The licensed cosmetologists at Skin Fashion & Threading Bar have mastered the art of eyebrow threading, receiving training in both the United States and Asia. With a twisting motion, they use a cotton thread to remove unwanted hair from areas across the face. The experts also administer other beauty treatments, including facials, eyebrow tinting, and henna tattoos.