With dozens of locations sprinkled around the sunshine state, California Sun makes it easy for tanners to bronze without fear of sunburn. As sunless bathers daydream within two levels of Ergoline beds, melanin rises to the skin's surface at the beck and call of a high-pressure cooling system or adjustable face tanners, leaving bodies with a golden glow in just 10–12 minutes. For those who prefer the misty kiss of a sunless spray tan, formulas by VersaSpa, Mystic Tan, or Norvell grace guests with new shades that can last from four to seven days and won't leave skin looking unnaturally orange or supernaturally blue.
Sierra Tan’s spray-tan artists mist hides with an all-organic, sugar-based tanning solution that’s free of side effects and lasts up to eight days. Tanning techs perform full-body tanning sessions, as well as tanning parties for groups of three or more.
A medical aesthetician and certified Minkys eyelash extension trainer, Terri Arucha helms It’s The Perfect Touch, where she treats clients to advanced skincare and beauty techniques. She treats acne-prone, aging, and dull skin with a series of skincare treatments, including customized facials, LED skin therapy, and microdermabrasion. Applied one at a time, Terri’s semipermanent lash extensions give eyes a natural-looking pop, enhanced further by an expert makeup application or brow wax.
Allure Medspa offers tailor-made treatments to clear and smooth the body's most visible layer. The photofacial uses light energy, or IPL, to obliterate signs of skin damage from rosacea plagues, sun assaults, age-related sieges, and overly aggressive pieing.
Kim Engelke came onto the beauty scene in 2008 as an independent makeup artist. Since then, she’s devoted herself to enhancing more than skin with wellness services: she picked up a certification in medical massage and is on her way to becoming a classical Pilates instructor. Now stationed in a private and tranquil room at Mind Body & Pilates, Kim gifts clients with all facets of her expertise. She relieves pain with multiple massage modalities, removes unwanted hair, and applies makeup to enhance beauty for fancy parties or police lineups.
Since hair was first invented in 2004, Valerie Brignani has been bestowing strands with creative, cutting-edge styles. At Salon Glow, she snips away dead weight and adds face-complementing layers. As a specialist in Goldwell color, she uses a kaleidoscope of hair-dye colors to inject golden highlights or transform blondes into radiant brunettes.