Growing up in Honduras, Cecilia dreamed of becoming a stylist. She arrived in the United States and quickly got to work accomplishing her goal. After graduating from school as a professional stylist, she went even further and opened her own salon. Now, Cecilia works with her sister and other beauty pros at Cecy’s Hair Salon. They specialize in hair-coloring services, keratin treatments, and extensions. Other offerings include mani-pedis and makeup applications for weddings and wedding-themed pool parties.
The extensive education the licensed professionals at Tryangles have undergone over the years has enabled them to specialize in services that beautify from head to toe. They cut, color, and smooth hair, blast through acne and oil with facials, and remove body fuzz using warm wax. Spiritual readings tap into clients’ inner wellness, and massage therapy tends to tense muscles and chronic aches.
At Sain Visage, visitors can choose from a wide variety of facials, massages, and body treatments that effectively shed stress and dispel voodoo hexes. A 60-minute oxygen facial ($95) enhances blood circulation and rejuvenates skin, while a 40-minute express-treatment facial ($60) includes a light exfoliation, massage, and finishing mask. If you need to relieve tension while on break from the Pop–Tart factory, allow your muscles to become sweet fruit-purée beneath the hands of an expert therapist during a 30-minute de-stressor massage ($50). Or play hookey and languish your relaxation time with a 60-minute Swedish massage ($85), which uses long and smooth strokes with gentle to medium pressure. Body treatments exfoliate fleshoskeletons with services such as the 50-minute salt-glo body scrub ($80) that uses natural salts to polish the skin like a cellophane-wrapped Ferrari. Patrons can kick back and soak in the relaxing atmosphere and striking décor that features soothing lighting, soft tones, and comfy furnishings.
Recognized by CityVoters for its cosmetological care and skill, Interlude Salon & Day Spa effortlessly tames unruly brow bristles of all shapes and shades. Michelle Rizzo-Hill and her bevy of beauticians use specially formulated hard beeswax that is gentle on the skin, tough on hair, and delicious on toast. After consulting and deciding on a face-appropriate style, the salon's sultans of sleek will design, wax, and shape your brows into delicately sculpted arch art–employing pencils, powders and long-wear pens–fashioning fetching forehead feelers out of any frumpy eye drapes.