Jane’s Hair Shack is a certified Eufora salon with friendly and attentive stylists trained to tame wily manes. Each noodle nest nurturing begins with a beauty consultation and a relaxing shampoo, ensuring that hair is primed for snipping and is not, in fact, a hat. Tresses are trimmed by Jane’s effervescent coiffeuses before being shaped and sculpted into the desired style, from routine scalp maintenance to radical image overhauls. Maintain a new 'do with styling tips and product know-how provided by the staff.
Organic skincare products feature prominently in Fountain of Youth Skin & Nail Spa's assortment of beauty treatments. Nina Butera, a licensed aesthetician and nail technician, leverages organic, medical-grade skincare products to draw out dormant skin tones and treat conditions ranging from rosacea to acne. She also helps her clients ward off unwanted body hair with waxing services, and she slathers digits in Zoya and shellac polishes to protect nails from being chipped by disoriented golfers.
Piloted by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Potenza, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery provides a variety of beauty-enhancing services in a medically sound environment. Licensed medical aesthetician Shannon Martin zaps the wayward blood vessels known as spider veins with her Venus-imported Cutera laser, using light-generated heat to kill off offending veins by coagulating the blood within them. Deceased vessels are subsequently reabsorbed into the body, fading away like Mozart’s one-hit-wonder career over a period of four to six weeks. The cosmetic treatment is safe on all skin types, returning epidermises to their porcelain-scented factory settings.
For 13 years, Kristen Brown has sculpted and painted nails with an artist’s attention to detail. Today, at Vogue Hair Design, she pampers digits with paraffin-wax treatments and polishes nails with standard polishes as well as chip-resistant shellac. Her skills also extend to elaborate designs as she paints sparkling ribbons or abstract compositions on nails.
Twenty-three years ago, Mariska van Emmerik started her beauty career in Australia. Each year since, she has added accomplishments to her professional portfolio, honing her skills by giving skincare classes, consulting with clients, and developing her own product line, Privy Beauty. Mariska’s work has been featured in Ocean Drive magazine, on Mona Lisa touchups, and on the faces of clients who come in for her services, which include signature facials, lash extensions, and permanent-makeup applications. With more than 12 years of experience as a permanent makeup artist, Mariska expertly traces eyelids and lip perimeters to give clients a vivid look that stays put when clients exercise or bob for apples.