Delia Gutierrez loves to do hair. A licensed stylist and the owner of Delia's Beauty Salon, she offers on-trend haircuts and rich color services. A skilled barber, she has a large military client base, and she cuts children's hair as well. Come in for a hair-relaxing or deep-conditioning treatment, or have eyebrows waxed into perfection in this professional salon.
Mane Tamers' hair aficionados have treated stressed tresses with a combination of aesthetic and pampering services for more than a quarter-century. During a thorough headscaping, male and female follicles undergo a scalp-massaging shampoo, which soothes strands while convincing them to confide world-domination schemes and aesthetic ambitions. Then stylists cut cranial carpet to specifications ($35 women/$25 men) before gifting scalps a deep-conditioning treatment ($25) to help imbue locks with a healthy sheen. For women, the one-hour salon stay concludes with an eyebrow shaping ($13), where facial terraformers sculpt eye adornments in accentuating arches, dashes, or lightning bolts. Meanwhile, a grooming package shears ($13) male facial manes to appropriate lengths. Mane Tamers makes up the haircut cost difference with a $10 gift card for the next manly follicle feng shui session.
At Beauty Escape Salon & Spa, stylists with decades of collective experience offer trendy and fresh haircuts and styling treatments. Some specialties here include dimensional and corrective coloring and work with textured or curly hair. Amid floor-to-ceiling Roman pillars and arched entryways, these stylists fashion haircuts and offer coloring and relaxer treatments. Nail technicians, alternatively, dote upon fingers and toes while clients kick back on plush stuffed pedicure chairs and let their feet soak. And massage therapists stand by as well, waiting to relax guests with Swedish, deep-tissue, and aromatherapy massages or by whispering dessert recipes into clients' ears.
Licensed massage therapist Sonja Peterson gets paid to tame muscles. She uses a variety of modalities to help her in her venture, including long, gliding strokes and deep, pressurized kneading. Some of her specialty massages include trigger point, prenatal, reflexology, and hot stone or warm potato. Sonja can also expertly refresh patrons with a body scrub or ManiSpa-PediSpa treatments.
Licensed aesthetician and cosmetologist Erin Merker answers questions and provides guidance before she softens skin with her facial services. She uses products from Éminence and Image Skincare during custom facials and chemical peels. For removing hair, she uses Satin Smooth beeswax, which is imported from Italy and contains natural buffers that protect the skin.