After developing 2,100 barren square feet into a fully custom, comfort-minded space, Dream Weaver Salon & Day Spa opened its doors on August 15, 1999, with a small staff of five pulchritude purveyors. Later expanding to 3,500 square feet and broadening its staff to nine stylists, three nail technicians, three massage therapists, three aestheticians, and three disoriented musketeers, Dream Weaver blossomed into the vast full-service salon and spa flower it is today. A dramatic rounded arch separates the waiting area from the rest of the space, where the certified staff perform a range of beautifying services, including coif coloring, haircuts, mani-pedis, facials, and anxiety-slaying massages.
The staff at The Naked Monkey in Noblesville performs waxing services to remove unwanted body hair from just about anywhere. But more than just beautifying bodies, the team of spa techs aims to remove the stigma that sometimes comes with body hair removal. They help clients focus on their beauty goals, offering waxing for women and men across the face, torso, limbs, and bikini area. Once your service is complete, the spa's other services may sound tempting too: exfoliation facials, for one, help remove dirt, debris, and overly attached friends from your newly smooth face.
After spending years as a hairstylist, Anna Leis decided to shift her career toward her true passion: nail art. At Elaine's Salon, the licensed cosmetologist offers mani-pedis, paraffin treatments, and Shellac. She uses professional products from OPI, CND, Essie, and Zoya.
At Blue Seas Hair and Nail Salon, a savvy nail specialist beautifies finger shingles and toe shells with indulgent nail services. A 45-minute manicure softens cuticles before the digit artist files down rough edges and adorns nails with a polish of the patron's choosing. During the spa pedicure, the appendage coddler pampers feet for one solid hour, clipping each nail to perfection and removing all the brown M&Ms from the snack tray in their sneaker's dressing room. Toes go on their merry way with a fresh coat of polish and an astronaut-like bounce in their step.
Lather Spa & Salon's experienced staff hones headscapes into snazzy, fashionable styles using tried-and-true products such as Redken, Aquage, Brocato, and Gage For Men. During a cut and condition, the scalp artist cuts haughty locks down to size ($15 for kids 12 and under, $18 for kids 13–15, $20 for men's cuts, $40 for women's cuts/styles) and soothes and smoothes hair with a deep-conditioning treatment ($25 value). With today's second option, the hairsmith not only graces follicles with a cut and conditioning treatment, but also adds a glamorous application of highlights or lowlights ($95+ for full highlights or lowlights with cut, $25 conditioning treatment) to accentuate strands and disguise heads from lovelorn birds.