The beauty hotspot Eliza Studio does much more than cut, highlight, and style hair—although those chic services are available. The independent professionals inside the welcoming space also polish nails with mani-pedis, remove unwanted hair with waxing services, and rejuvenate skin with facials and peels. Specialized massages, such as reflexology and lomi-lomi sessions, eliminate stress and tension, and permanent makeup applications enhance permanent eyelids.
Facelift of the Stars prevents and reverses facial aging with advanced non-surgical facelifts and supplements. Though CACI technology, named for a computer-aided cosmetology instrument, was originally designed to treat victims of Bell’s palsy and strokes, researchers discovered that the treatment also improved the non-effected sides of faces. Now used both as a medical and aesthetic treatment, Facelift of the Stars’s incorporates microcurrent technology to perform treatments that—according to numerous media and sources such as The Daily Mirror—are a favorite anti-aging solution of celebrities. Fashion blogger Sandra Ballentine of the New York Times reported that the CACI microcurrent machine is a go-to beauty tool for facialist-to-the-stars Georgia Louise.
Facelift of the Stars also rejuvenates faces with anti-aging and hydrating facials, such as it's popular brightening facial which incorporates the use of AHA, the seven red fruit exfoliant, which was featured as the best anti-aging product on the Dr. Oz show in 2013. Eye and neck lifts help tighten the skin that may not be affected by the CACI facial, while a preparation peel can help remove the outer-most layer of dead skin.
Today's Groupon gets you $100 worth of services for just $50 at Elizabeth Arden Red Door Salon & Spa in Dallas. Red Door Spas are the flying saucerlettes of the Elizabeth Arden, the world-renowned beauty, harmony, and well-being spacecraft. That means classy salons where expert technicians use makeup, massage, hair, nail, and facial formulas to beautify and rejuvenate every part of the human body.
The best gardeners are said to have a "green thumb," savvy art collectors have "the eye," and those in the know say that Josanne Stephens of Spa in the City has a "special touch." Over the last 25 years, Josanne has pinned down the craft of beautification to a science. The focused beams of Spa In The City's lasers zap away nail fungus, unwanted tattoos, spider veins, and skin creases from napping in an amethyst mine. Once a week Spa in The City transfers over to the office of Dr. Connie Casad to administer an array of injectable treatments.
Led by owner Kimberly Thompson, an entrepreneur, mother, writer, and former model, the clinical staff at Shangri-la Medispa helps busy clients to look and feel their best. A physician tends to both their inner and outer needs by administering cosmetic fillers and overseeing the weight-management program. An experienced medical aesthetician fine-tunes appearances with laser and microcurrent treatments, chemical peels, and waxing. The medispa has also developed its own product line, Shangri-La Skin By Kim. The team also includes a registered nurse who can advise patients on their treatment options or answer any questions, from “how much downtime is required?” to “is the human appendix an extraterrestrial tracking device?”
The crew performs services in whimsically themed treatment rooms filled with shabby-chic tables and dressers. Clients can relax in spaces decorated with such touches as a colorful London sign and lamps that resemble the Eiffel Tower and an antique streetlamp. In the black-and-white facial room, a picture of Marilyn Monroe glamorously oversees skincare treatments.