Cuticles Natural Nail Salon delivers relief to hand toes and feet fingers by transporting their nail technicians directly to the front lines of nail care. With this deal, you can opt for either a "no-chip" manicure for two or a regular mani-pedi treatment for one. With the salon's "no-chip" manicure ($90 per person), you and a friend can put aside your differing views on the theory of biological transmutation for a manicure using gel lacquer and ultraviolet lighting to bond color to keratin. Results last up to two to four weeks. With the Cuti-CALL mani-pedi treatment ($140), hands and feet are softened with the salon's Better Butter, and hot towels and a massage add stimulating satisfaction to the cuticle tending. Included in this deal is an offer to join the salon's Polish for a Change membership (a $99 annual value) for free. The membership entitles its members to 10% off regularly priced salon services and 15% off regularly priced products in the salon and online, as well as numerous other perks.
Signature Service: Color, cut
Brands Used: Matrix, Design Essentials,
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: No
The stylists at Xtreme Hair Salon firmly believe that a good haircut translates to a good mood. They've been cheering clients for more than 12 years at their respective stations, flanked by warm, sand-colored walls and products from Wella, Sebastian and Kenra. Each of their appointments commences with a consultation, which outlines aesthetic goals before anyone reaches for the scissors. Because the staff constantly adds to their education by attending workshops and physics lectures on the pigtail constant, visitors can trust in their ever-evolving expertise.
Every stylist onsite has different specializations, including razor cuts, updos, and custom coloring. However, the salon's services aren't limited to the scalp; employees can also wax unwanted hair, apply cosmetics for special occasions, and airbrush bodies with sunless spray tans.
Back in the 1960s, beauty was so simple that some beauty parlors—like the nine traditional ones run by Robert Andrew Zupko—only had one service: roller sets. But beauty trends began to change, so Zupko changed right along with them, adding skincare and nailcare to his hairstyling business. When 1996 hit the calendars, the salon evolved into a full-fledged day spa that covered 7,000 square feet.
Zupko has since created Robert Andrew – The Salon & Spa, a 22,000-square-foot Tuscan-style getaway nestled in the giant scalene triangle that connects D.C., Annapolis, and Baltimore. Inside the salon, more than 90 beauty professionals—including nail technicians, massage therapists, and stylists—shape and polish nails, snip split ends, and disentangle achy muscle knots. The salon also boasts a troupe of Yon-Ka trained aestheticians who remove dead skin cells with pumpkin enzymes and melt away frozen funny faces with hot-stone facials.
More recently, Zupko opened Robert Andrew Medical Spa, where the spotlight's on lasers, injectables, chemical peels, and other high-tech skincare services.