Facelogic's 50-minute signature facial (a $49 value) begins with a skin analysis that targets imperfections and determines the best spot to stash any pilfered bags of diamond dust. An exfoliation and steam will open the pores while a deep cleanser intimidates impurities out of them. Next, as you float weightlessly in a zero-gravity chair that brings back memories of floating inside a cosmonaut's womb, a rejuvenating mask (up to a $30 value) will flood your face in a layer of hydration—reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving circulation, and evening out skin tone and complexion. While the face is getting all of the attention, Facelogic's pampering posse will incorporate a complimentary therapeutic massage (lightly covering the hands, arms, shoulders, neck, face, and scalp) into the treatment. Finally, sculpt frizzled face follicles with your choice of a brow wax (up to a $20 value) or lip wax (a $15 value).
Szabo Shoes has been serving the feet of Cleveland-area residents for more than 80 years, building on the knowledge and service ethic of a bygone era to become the weight-bearing institution that they are today. Their wide selection houses everything from fashionable heels to orthopedic foot-savers, including popular brands such as Merrell, Timberland, Saucony, Converse, Clarks, and Columbia, to name just a few. Prices vary but hover around mid-range; a pair of Converse sneakers and men's Columbia sandals are both $39.95, leopard-print mary janes from Alegria cost $109.95, and a pair of sandals from Taos toe in at $89.90. Should you wish to exceed your $65 Groupon credit, simply pay the difference at the store. Szabo is also a depot for shoe-related-difficulty relief, as they carry numerous hard-to-find sizes and widths for both women and men.
For more than 25 years, Play It Again Sports has bedecked kids and adults with high-end, wallet-friendly athletic armor so that they can kick, swing, punt, and take exception to referee calls with gusto. New inventory arrives every day, and the friendly staff can lead quality-seeking shoppers to the top brands lining the spacious storefront shelves, including Taylor Made, Nike, adidas, Easton, and more. Prices vary by item, but you'll have enough credit to purchase many different athletic accouterments. Little sluggers can pair a used baseball glove (starting at $5.99) with its creamy baseball ($1.99 each) center, or sharpen air karate chops with the help of an Easton Little League bat (starting at $19.99). STX AV8 lacrosse sticks ($34.99) give purpose to mad-dash field sprints. Divot devotees can load up on Titanium golf drivers (starting at $19.99) or new putters (starting at $9.99). Otherwise, get started on a collection of P90X workout accessories so that you're prepared to play any sports that appear to you in dreams.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
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A cascading wall of illumination welcomes customers to Lighting Liquidators & More's bustling warehouse space, which brims with overstocked interior and exterior fixtures. Armed with an arsenal of Promethean products forged by Kichler, Alico, and domesticated lightning bugs, radiant staff members guide guests through a labyrinth of floor lamps ($75.99+) and wall sconces ($33.60+) that inspire envy among the most luminous roadside flares. Landscape lighting ($44.80+) spruces up nocturnal hours by elucidating shadow-bound walkways and redirecting leaky dirigibles toward the nearest helium vent.
Owner Elizabeth Sheehe fills the aisles of Birds of a Feather, an authorized Pfaff and Elna dealer, with knitting, quilting, and textile art supplies, in addition to hosting an array of classes. During knitting classes, instructors impart basic stitches and techniques to refine yarn crafting or patch the space-time continuum. Quilting classes teach students basic concepts, how to make use of machine appliques, and how to convert vintage clothing into quilt squares. A rotating schedule of other classes net crafters finished projects such as knitted socks and felted totes. Groups of four or more can arrange clandestine after-hours knitting classes with a BYOB option and no additional fees.