Hair Today's Jamie Lloyd harnesses her 17 years of experience to transform manes with stylish haircuts and color treatments. As an Aveda-trained educator, she uses the lines’ botanical-based products to restore hair from the duress of environmental aggressors and head pats from strangers. When not revamping ‘dos, Jamie is revealing luminous skin with waxing sessions and hydrating facials. All services are complemented by soothing extras such as hot towels and botanical conditioning treatments.
Pure Esthetics Skin Care rejuvenates skin with LED light therapy and luxurious treatments powered by Repêchage, EcoEssences, and Anesi products. In addition to hydrating the skin, facials and body wraps purify pores with ingredients such as marine botanicals, antioxidant body butters, and soothing Hungarian Wellness mud. After visiting one of the studio's seasoned waxing technicians, brows, legs, and bikini lines emerge smoother than a dolphin in silk pajamas.
The Beauty Room appears in clients’ homes or offices after licensed aesthetician and nail technician Julie Wobbe sets up her treatment table. Whether she treats them in their own space or out of her space inside of Harlow Boutique Salon, Wobbe eases clients into relaxation during treatments such as facials, manicures, peels, microdermabrasion, airbrush tans, and waxing. Wobbe’s treatments are the result of years of experience: she has tested several techniques and products to find the most effective combinations.
Melinda's Tanning Closet & Cruises4u eponymous aesthetician brings beauty and relaxation to her clients from her spot in the heart of the Pearl District in downtown Eugene. Her luxurious facials peel away dead and dull skin cells in an attempt to restore verve to tired mugs, while her specialty eye treatments aim to reduce puffiness around peepers. Melinda also performs Balinese rituals that use a blend of herbs and minerals to gently relax stressed bodies. Alternatively, waxing services remove hair and save clients time they used to waste shaving, plucking, or trying to delicately zap away strands with their light saber.
From the 1940s until 2003, Mom’s Pies flanked Highway 126 in Vida. The hearty fare sustained road trippers on long drives, but it was the homemade pies that made the eatery famous and kept its doors swinging all summer long. Restaurateur Lou Sangermano’s parents owned the eatery before he purchased it from them, later selling the road-stop building in 2003. But the allure of the popular pies his parents made stuck with him, and in 2011 Sangermano reopened the shop as a pie-only destination at Valley River Center, in a space much closer to the crowds who always loved his family’s pies.
Scrapping most of the former restaurant menu to focus on its beloved pies, the new Mom’s Pies bakes 10 different pie flavors each day to sell by the slice, whole pie, or fresh-baked whiff. Visitors who ate at the original location back in the day can taste some of the same flavors they formerly craved, as each pie is still baked according to the pie shop’s original 1940s recipes that called for fresh, whole ingredients, such as locally picked berries.
The staff at Jessi?s Nails & Spa offer a full menu of nailcare services, waxing services for the face and body, and eyelash extensions by Xtreme Lashes. The staff?s aestheticians freshen complexions with a selection of facials that includes an organic facial and a nonsurgical face-lift. To boot, they also offer a facial that, like a Sylvester Stallone?shaped earring, is designed specially for men.