WIth six different mani-pedis on its menu, Summer's Salon gives you plenty of options. Nails get shaped carefully, masks seal in moisture, and sugar scrubs relieve hands and feet of dead skin cells without the traditional duct tape. For those who want more beautification, the salon's stylists color and sculpt hair into flattering shapes.
A design motif characterized by simple but elegant chandeliers and lemon- and lime-hued walls maintains a sunny ambiance across all three of Nail Day's Denver locations. The charming backdrop puts clients at ease as they hunker down into plush chairs and let aestheticians primp and prettify their hands and feet. To ensure optimal sanitation, Nail Day offers manicure kits that customers can take with them and bring back for each treatment, giving them their own individual file, sanding file, and orangewood stick. In addition, staffers disinfect sinks and tabletops multiple times a day with a hospital-grade germ-killing solution and clean all metal implements through autoclaving, a heat-sterilization method used at medical facilities.
Clayton Spa and Salon’s owner has been fixing up and coloring men and women’s hair for more than 20 years. Inside the studio, which invokes a natural serenity with hardwood floors and large windows, she leads her staff in updating hairdos with customized perms and conditioning color using American Crew and Framesi products. They’ll also tint eyebrows and rejuvenate skin with facials using products from near and far—including the French-speaking Pevonia.
Salon Texture’s Cristen Miller specializes in producing modern looks, cutting locks into the latest shapes, and enhancing strands with dimensional coloring. As she works, she leverages an arsenal of quality products from L’Oreal and Kerastase—products designed to keep hair healthy, even during vigorous treatments or unexpected tussles with the ceiling fan. The salon also offers a modest list of cosmetic services, including waxing care, airbrush tanning, teeth whitening, and numerous facials designed to slough off dead skin cells and leave clients with a healthy-looking glow.
By its appearance, Bliss Nail Spa seems like something out of a classic sci-fi film. Set under soft, comforting lighting, dramatic curves and arches ensconce the nail stations and massage chairs, as if echoing the vision of a shining future in which individuals can simply step into a sleek chamber, close their eyes, and be instantly transported to a peaceful getaway. Although it remains tethered to the present, Bliss Nail Spa is no less tranquil, pairing its manicures with lotion massages and Japanese-style hot-stone treatments. For a quick respite, clients can sit back for a pedicure-accompanying chair massage lasting 10–25 minutes, letting them get back to the everyday stresses of today's world, such as fleeing from flying cyber-sharks.
Before there was Bloom Salon Plus, owners Richard Robb and Patti Saunier worked alongside the Bloom Salon Plus team at another salon and spa. When that one closed down suddenly, the group decided to stay together. They strove to build an environment based on trust and mutual cooperation. And that was how Bloom Salon Plus was born. It rose from the ashes of that old salon and spa, like a phoenix or a butterfly wearing a flameproof suit of armor.
Services include haircuts for men and women, color treatments, waxing, and manicures. Their skin specialists brandish products from brands such as Pureology, Aquage, Éminence, and Lexli when treating exteriors to four different facials, yam and pumpkin peels, and a variety of body scrubs that contain seasonal ingredients.