Led by licensed paramedical aesthetician Ariel Starr, Salon Du Soleil Medi-Spa's staff aims to send their clients home pampered, rejuvenated, and with head-turning new looks. The specialists have honed their skills in a variety of areas, sculpting new hair designs or donning flawlessly applied war paint as they battle unwanted fuzz with waxing services. The spa pamperings, which also include manicures and massages, pair with medical treatments to fully make over bods with methods including microdermabrasion, which blasts away signs of age. Salon Du Soleil's staff works to create a clean facility by completely sterilizing equipment and only telling PG-rated knock-knock jokes.
A painter at heart, Crystal Leigh Wood has adopted hair as her art, with Paul Mitchell color being her primary medium. She coats locks in vivid hues, streaks strands with highlights, and tints manes in varying shades of blond. Painting hair in rich shades of color isn't her only skill, though. Crystal sharpened her shears at the Paul Mitchell the School Tampa, where she learned to fashion stylish coifs for men, women, and children. The school also honed her expertise with Paul Mitchell products, including the Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger line, which she uses to add softness and shine to her palette.
Deep avocado green walls and white tile floors greet guests to Advanced Salons' elegant studio, where expert stylists scissor-cut bold layers and defrizz tresses with keratin smoothing treatments. Clients may also solicit an aesthetician for lash extensions, or request an array of hair removal techniques ranging from waxing and threading, to arguing with contentious hair until it retreats back into the follicle.
Inside the mod confines of Spa Cafe, a team of hip aestheticians boils down the latest runway trends and treatments into everyday styles tinged with hints of glamour. Whether sculpting brows with gently applied wax, adding hints of color with permanent makeup, or replacing lashes with peacock feathers, the team leaves bodies catwalk-ready.
Inside the mod confines of Spa Cafe's South Tampa location, a team of hip aestheticians boils down the latest runway trends and treatments into everyday styles tinged with hints of glamour. Whether sculpting brows with gently applied wax, adding hints of color with permanent makeup, or replacing lashes with peacock feathers, the team leaves bodies catwalk-ready. Augmenting the array of spa services is Spa Cafe's quiet space.
Products by Paul Mitchell, Redken, and Nexxus are only an arm’s length away from the talented stylists at Universal Hair Studio, where owner Cheryl Lynn and her team dole out a laundry list of hair-care services. Both men and women can stop by the studio for a quick cut or color treatment, and men can stick around for a hot shave.
The team also treats clients to a range of styling services, from smooth and sleek relaxers and Afro blowouts to press and curls, gel twists, and design braids. Women who yearn for floor-sweeping locks a la their favorite movie star or willow tree can ask for full or partial extensions.