Stylist Rachel Roes McCoy began her haircare career at 16, when she started shaping new coiffures for her family and friends. Since then, she has become a certified facial-waxing specialist and trained with stylists Martin Parsons and Nick Arrojo from TLC's What Not to Wear. Nowadays, McCoy showcases her expertise with shears at Studio La Vie, where she severs split ends, snips away tangled fishing lines, and performs coloring and waxing services.
Honey Bunny Brazilian Wax's head aesthetician, Alessandra, knows a thing or two about Brazilian waxing—she is a native of Brazil, after all. To swiftly and completely de-fuzz hair from the nether regions, she uses an organic, natural wax imported from Brazil, which leaves the skin smooth and soft for about four to six weeks, on average. Besides getting bodies swimsuit-ready, Alessandra and her team can also remove unwanted hair from other areas including women’s faces and legs, and men’s chests and backs.
All About You Day Spa truly is all about you. So much is apparent from the spa's menu, on which you'll find any number of treatments designed to soothe skin and relax the senses. Massages, energy-balancing, and body wraps infused with peppermint and seaweed are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg here, thanks to a staff of aestheticians and nail technicians who also specialize in facials, manicures, pedicures, and body waxing.
Using the tools of her trade––scissors, bowls of dye, and an expert's eye for detail––Amy Smith transforms run-of-the-mill hairdos into stylish works of art. Amy is a master-level stylist who performs her services at Massage for Stress Day Spa. Her clients rely on her for nourishing conditioning treatments, flattering haircuts, and an array of color treatments—including single-process color, full color, and Technicolor.
Since 1994, the stylists at Techniques Salon have beautified men’s, women’s, and children’s hair with cuts and coloring services, as well as waxing and nailcare. The salon’s tangle-reducing keratin treatments, designed for those with curly hair or a habit of storing half-chewed bubble gum under their pigtails, use four different types of Keratin Complex treatments to tame clients’ locks and create sleek, shiny styles.
Licensed electrologist Stephanie Peek uses electrolysis to remove unwanted hair. She places a thin probe in the follicle that emits a shortwave radio frequency to disable hair growth and alert nearby truck drivers of skin-smoothing opportunities. The process is recognized as a permanent form of hair removal by the FDA.