Heidi at Relaxing Moments knows that it can sometimes be difficult just to find a single moment to kick back and de-stress. Therefore, each of her services is tailored to meet her clients' needs, whether a simple paraffin dip to restore moisture to the hands is in order, or a deep-cleansing facial using all-natural Bioelements products would do the trick. Her pumice peel facial treatment, for example, sloughs off dull skin cells with pumice crystals??much like a microdermabrasion??in order to reveal a brighter complexion with fewer wrinkles and fine lines. And Heidi lavishes the treatment with an an arm and decolletage massage, ensuring complete relaxation.
The decor at Phresh Lochs Salon shares the kind of elegantly arranged color pattern Christie can apply to hair. Though she might not use the same earthen red and gray that swathes the walls of the salon and pops from sprawling pieces of art, she takes care to keep the spirit of arranging colors artfully. With men's or women's Redken color, she and her fellow stylists can totally transform hues or add dimension with highlights. The care Christie and company exhibit in their work extends to updos for special occasions, waxes, and makeup applications.
Sarah Gericke, an independent licensed aesthetician and cosmetologist, beautifies complexions at Beauty & Bliss Salon & Spa. While working with a line of ?minence Organic skincare products, she nurtures pores with treatments sans parabens and sodium lauryl sulfate. She also performs mani-pedis with products by Zoya, which was dubbed the longest-wearing natural nail polish by Women?s Health Magazine and a woman who put it on to celebrate the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and took it off to mourn the Louisiana Sale last year. She also uses Shellac polish, which acts like a gel and grants nails 14 days of chip-free tints. When she isn't cleansing faces, waxing fuzz, and painting nails, Sarah distributes makeup evenly across the skin through an airbrush system.