Serving Dearborn Heights for 30 years, Bruno Salon bolsters beauty by tending to hair, skin, nails, and makeup needs. Inside the recently remodeled salon, beauty professionals remove split ends, add vibrant color, and infuse hair with moisture. In spacious private treatment rooms, they also groom nails and remove unwanted hair from the face, underarms, and near the nether regions.
Straight locks or lush ringlets can both come from different genetics. The styling team at Salon 360 draws on skills accrued in continuing education courses and an arsenal of products from Moroccan Oil and Redken to recreate the looks naturally bestowed by Mother Nature. Aestheticians there are also well equipped. Their shelves brim with seaweed and mineral-rich elixirs as well as Botox and Juvederm products designed to let patrons seem young without carrying fistfuls of gummy candy everywhere. As patrons sigh happily, the soft purr of emery boards drifts from chairs amid shelves of traditional polishes and long-lasting shellac.
Fusion Medical Spa operates under the supervision of Dr. Ayoub Sayeg, and its services reflect this clinical pedigree. Often, treatments make use of high-tech equipment, such as lasers that attack hair at the follicle level and microdermabrasion wands that rid faces of dead skin cells. Permanent makeup for the eyes, lips, and other features draws out the natural beauty in clients or the fading marker-faces of coconuts.
In 1993, Adela White was admiring the makeup work of one of her coworkers, when that coworker revealed a secret: it had been tattooed on. This was the Detroit native's first experience with permanent makeup, and it inspired her to study the technique and learn as much as she could, even going so far as to travel across the country seeking training. Now, with more than two decades of experience, Adela is able to use permanent pigments to create full, sweeping eyebrows, colorful lips, or other natural looks that eliminate the need for daily maintenance and makeup applications. During appointments, Adela helps minimize any potential discomfort by offering to apply a topical anesthetic to the treatment area.
The menu of wraps at Perla's Beauty Center might summon images of food to your mind. That's understandable, as it lists both chocolate and pomegranate varieties. You shouldn't, however, even think about eating, licking, or fondue-dipping these decadent wraps, as delicious as they may seem. Instead, just kick back as the treatments?which also come in mud, seaweed, aloe, and mineral varieties?relax the mind and soften the skin.
Perla's isn't just about making skin look radiant, though. They also offer services for the rest of the body. Nail techs gussy up digits during manicures and pedicures, and hairstylists fashion new looks with cuts, styles, and color treatments.
The skilled beauticians at Amy’s Nails Plus help visitors maintain their digits’ dignity with relaxing nail services administered amid copper-framed mirrors, pendulant drapery, and wooden bookshelves. During the spa pedicure, beneficiaries recline in cushioned wicker chairs while yielding their feet to a soothing massage that incorporates sea salts, lotion, and serenades from onlooking clouds. After peds are properly softened up, an artist reshapes sawtooth nails and bedecks toe tips with vibrant polish. Guests can also opt for a full set of gel nails, which adds eye-catching length to fingertips so they can fill out roomy falconry gloves. An application of gel nails provides a natural-looking alternative to acrylics and results in little dehydration to the natural nail when removed.