Carrying a wide selection of knickknacks, The Psychedelic Shack is the perfect place to pick up a gift or show an acquaintance what a gift you give to them might look like. Purses free up hands previously filled with spare change, pens, and miniature chihuahuas ($9.95–$19.95), while incense brings olfactory excellence to otherwise unremarkable rooms ($1.99–$65). Wind chimes are ideal for those who suspect the wind may be about to break its restraining order again ($12.95–$22.95). Meanwhile, desolate homes can find renewed life with flowing tapestries ($19.95–$24.95), fairy figurines ($10.95), and boxes ($9.95–$24.95). And the store’s selection of Zippo lighters enables easy fire production when flamethrowers have been forgotten at home ($19.95–$35.95).
Cutting-edge technology marks the treatments at Indulge Skin and Body Care. The staff there uses light therapy to treat photo damage, and they turn to microcurrents and photobiostimulation to tighten the skin. Even the facials are innovative; in a process known as PowerBlending, skin specialists create them by combining ingredients based on the condition of each client's skin and the demands of the fruit bat that has taken the client's face hostage.
The next generation of hairstylists is hard at work inside of Focus Student Salon at Fortis Institute. Beauty-industry veterans lead the cosmetology program, which prepares students to work at professional salons in this and all alternate dimensions. The experts supervise their pupils as they cut, style, and color hair for men and women.
Jennifer Demps and her staff of stylists, cosmetologists, makeup artists, and nail technicians keep clients in tip-top shape at Signature Stylez Salon. They usher guests into leather massage chairs, which work the kinks out of torsos as nails are coated in vibrant hues and artistic touches such as polka dots, flowers, or replicas of the Sistine Chapel. Stylists also tend to beauty in above-the-neck areas, performing traditional salon services such as haircuts, highlights, and keratin treatments.
At Ma’ Therapy Massage Spa Clinic, licensed massage therapist Tamala Allen and three other massage therapists unleash their arsenal of massage modalities on tense necks and sore backs. During Hawaiian-style lomi lomi massages, Tamala uses intuition and Sherlock Holmes' magnifiying glass to detect clients' individual stress points, and then customizes her strokes to address those issues. Swedish massages lull muscles into relaxation with gliding strokes and percussive movements, and therapeutic massages target chronic injuries or recurring aches.