Sylvia, the owner and Master stylist at Lash Cafe & Spa, studied cosmetology and aesthetics in Vienna, Austria. After a long stint at a premier European cosmetic company, she directed her attention to her own studio, where she now taps into her myriad skills to beautify clients' faces. Lash extensions are the marquee service, and Sylvia begins each appointment with a discussion to determine what look is most flattering for the client. She then uses silk lashes and Xtreme FlexFusion adhesive, which helps the lashes stay in place for up to 90 days, or possibly longer for those who never ever sneeze. In addition to extensions, Sylvia also offers lash tinting and shaping, as well as permanent makeup for those who want to ditch more than just their mascara wand.
The doctors and medical spa experts at Flower Mound Women's Health & MedSpa believe that a younger-looking appearance is within reach for anyone. They use the latest equipment and procedures to help clients achieve a desired look: Botox and B12 injections, laser hair removal, microdermabrasion, and cellulite reduction therapy, for example. The rejuvenating Radiesse treatment, meanwhile, is a dermal filler designed to stimulate collagen regrowth and plump out wrinkles.
Arch Brows Threading & Spa takes an organic, ayurvedic Indian approach to traditional spa methods, often incorporating fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs to beautify and promote relaxation. Although all-natural honey waxing and brow threading are the spa's specialty, skilled aestheticians can also trim the physique with a tummy mask or extract toxins with a seaweed and French clay body wrap. Clients may also solicit a nonsurgical face-lift or papaya enzyme peel to renew the complexion, or request a henna tattoo in the shape of a moustache to fool a local barber.
As an independent contractor at A Unique Boutique & Spa, licensed massage therapist Lora Petchkurow relaxes clients and soothes muscular discomfort with custom massages. Her Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages also incorporate stretches to keep clients in shape for important events, such as annually telling their doctor they've been working out.