Just like hairstyles, names can change. In late 1999, the Gonzalez siblings opened a salon called Dolce Divino. More than a decade and many advanced training sessions with experts later, the salon has been rechristened. Atelier Salon specializes in french haircutting and balayage highlights, and its work has been featured in Vogue, Elle, W, and Allure. Its stylists undergo weekly advanced training sessions to make sure they stay on the cutting edge of style techniques and haircut-related puns.
Knots Out Massage Therapy's licensed massage therapist Kim Brown and Vogue College of Cosmetology graduate Marla Nier team up to mold bodies into consummate condition with sundry spa services. Reform hirsute bikini lines with a 120-minute Brazilian sugaring ($50), or quell rebellious subnasal follicles by way of a 15-minute lip sugaring ($10). A 60-minute cupping massage ($50) locks relaxation into tired striations, and a 30-minute hot-stone massage ($35) can warm spines into a more comfortable alignment. Imbue weary visages with alertness and brightness by combining pampering and self-care in a 90-minute custom facial ($50), fitted specially to each epidermis's needs, or by dunking your head in a Tupperware container filled with highlighter ink.
The staff of Salon Viaggio gives each client an individualized hair transformation. Using quality products from Redken, Pureology, and Colorly 2020 by Italy Hair Fashion, the salon's experienced stylists redo 'dos via cuts, conditioning treatments, and coloring. Salon Viaggio specializes in elegant hair extensions that let clients add length without having to sew in carpet samples.
Luxe Aveda Concept Salon evokes a sense of contemporary glamour by offering luxurious services amid its lofty ceiling and grey and fire-engine-red walls. A hairstyling visionary, Ray Hernandez presides over a team of hair-transforming artisans who administer cuts, color services, and specialized treatments. These stylists are so passionate about their craft that they educate clients about haircare, recommending Aveda products to maintain their new looks.
Aveda produces a full line of natural beauty products carried at nearly 7,000 salons and spas. Popular items such as Shampure shampoo and witch hazel hair spray deliver on Aveda's commitment to well-rounded earthly beauty with eco-friendly packaging that cradles ingredients derived from the world's finest and least selfish plants.
The well-trained therapists at Happy Feet Massage aim to relieve tension and improve overall health with reflexology and massage treatments. Talented fingers press specific points on arches and toes to help soothe general tension, ease pain, and get “These Boots are Made for Stomping” out of your head during 30-minute reflexology sessions. The ancient Chinese treatment has also been used to speed post-operative recovery, ease mental health issues, and lessen side effects from chemotherapy. Alternatively, trained palms also coax tension and co-dependent backpacks loose from lower backs and shoulders during 30-minute massages.
Under the direction of Dr. Ruben J. Almanza, the staff at Imagen Medical Spa overhauls clients' guises with a roster of med-spa treatments. Skin savants perform laser hair-removal treatments to deforest follicular fields and inject Botox and Juvéderm to correct slack skin. The spa's licensed aesthetician rejuvenates visages with peels and facials, and complimentary consultations ensure guests select the correct treatments and complete their tax returns.