In a private treatment room at The Spa at 22 Changes?a 5,000 square-foot salon and spa retreat?a massage therapist kneads, rolls, and taps bamboo sticks across a client's back during a bamboo massage, relieving tension and checking to see which parts of the spine work best as a xylophone. Among other soothing services, infrared-sauna treatments help guests detoxify, ease stress and pain, and boost circulation. The aestheticians on staff perform waxing and facials, while manicures, pedicures, and hair services are also available.
Lindsay Le puts training at Seattle's Permanent Cosmetics School, over 10 years of permanent makeup experience, and a steady hand to use to beautify faces and enhance features. At Permanent Make-Up & Nail Land, which she has owned for over 14 years, she uses brand-new supplies to maintain sanitation during each permanent-makeup application, and topical anesthetics numb flesh before Le deposits pigments into the skin. The process can even out discolored complexions, enhance eyes and eyebrows, or increase the thickness of lips to leave them beautiful.
Licensed Aesthetician, Professional Makeup Artist, and Permanent Makeup Technician Monica McKay accentuates facial features with eyebrow makeup, eyeliner, and lip color. In addition, Monica helps gussy up individuals for special occasions. Prior to each procedure, Monica meets with clients during a free consultation to obtain a clear idea of personal needs and expected outcomes. Eyeliner and lash-line enhancements provide eyelashes with either a subtle or smudgy base, and eyebrow treatments fill in thin or missing eyebrows. Permanent Makeup shortens morning pampering routines for clients so they can spend more time sleeping in or writing sonnets using leftover eyeliner pencils.
Paradise Nails & Spa keeps fingers and toes looking their best with a slate of deluxe manicures and pedicures. Hands and feet are the focal points here, so the technicians will gladly give your 20 digits their undivided attention. However, if they also offer eyelash extensions and waxing treatments to help you spruce up around the edges if necessary. Another option offered here is permanent makeup, which is a good way to ensure that your eyelashes look full and dark even when there's no time to apply mascara between waking up and swimming to work.
At Wake Up Beautiful, located within Spoiled Spa & Salon, Marcy Harris, who has 10 years of experience as an registered nurse, works to boost clients' natural beauty with permanent cosmetics. After applying a numbing cream to keep pain to a minimum, she meticulously adds pigments to the skin. She defines eyebrows and eyes by hand and uses a machine to add color to the lips, eliminating the need to smear on lipstick or kiss freshly painted walls. Visitors to the spa can also request eyelash extensions made from real human hair.
Before establishing Krasiva at Ambiance Tan, Olga spent her days beautifying the faces and bodies of Europe. When she brought her talents across the Atlantic, the aesthetician decided to focus on facials—including chemical peels and microdermabrasion—and waxing.