The house of bronzing features a variety of epidermal-evolving methods, including a bevy of bronzing beds, hand-held hue hoses, and motorized melanin sprays. A cheerful employee will help to select the mode of tonal transformation that best suits your needs and lifestyle. Opt for 20 sessions in the bronzing bed ($100) to ease gradually into a summer glow, or choose the UV-free Mystic Tan ($100 for six sessions) for a machine-powered splash of instant color. With a mobile airbrush tent, clients can even summon the experienced airbrushing artists to a home or secret tree house for a personalized on-the-spot treatment ($40 per session). You can also use the value of your Groupon toward monthly tanning packages.
The technicians at No Sand Tan have stayed one step ahead of the sun since 1987 through continuing education and gear upgrades that expedite the bronzing process. At the studio or on location, airbrush artists oblige requests to conceal stretch marks or replicate the color of a favorite burlap sack with an organic, nourishing bronzer from Norvell. Automated booths empower clients to customize their own sun-free spray sessions. The studio's six UV modules operate under an innovative design that combines tanning with teeth whitening. Four traditional UV beds radiate at high- and low-pressure intensities to cultivate a rich hue regardless of skin type, and two extra-efficient booths deliver medium-pressure sessions fewer than 10 minutes long.
Sunsational Tan caters to both camps of bronze-seekers with spray tanning and tanning beds. A Matrix L33 tanning bed uses a high-pressure tanning system, which incorporates a non-standard ratio of UV/A to EV/B to dole out a darker, longer-lasting fruit for your sedentary efforts. Sunsational Tan recommends spacing Matrix sessions about a week apart for best results. Those who shun the sun can opt for five MagicTan spray tans, which take about 60 seconds to shed dull layers and reveal a smooth, summery glow. See the Sunsational website for hours and bonus tan-bits.
The team at Jubilee Salon and Spa includes pampering professionals one would expect—stylists, nail techs, aestheticians—but to take the venue's de-stressing services to the next level, an onsite chiropractor eases aches caused by injuries, desk jobs, or Cirque du Soleil auditions via massages and physiotherapy. The facility's sleek, modern furnishings are juxtaposed with the warm chocolate- and vanilla-colored walls in an open space whose elegance is accentuated with Greek-style columns and hanging chandeliers. The staff's signature facials and body wraps render skin glowing, and hair treatments from simple cuts to bridal updos get a hand from Morrocanoil, Eufora, and Dermalogica products.
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