An armory of products by Mitch, Paul Mitchell's selection for men, brings order to scraggly heads, which peer hopefully at The ManCave's poker table and flat-screen television. Gents twirl in padded styling chairs, listening to the shouts of excitement that drift beneath sports memorabilia and a tyrannosaurus rex bust. Neon beer signs cast their colorful warmth across the ebony-hued leather of long couches, and a puck ricochets sharply off the rim of an air-hockey table, allowing patrons to showcase athletic skills far from the suit-ruining fur of shedding mascots.
The staffers at Sizzle Tans make it their mission to guide customers through each location’s selection of beds, sunless-tanning options, and teeth-whitening treatments. Their collection of beds is broken into three different intensity levels and includes Ergoline's Open Sun 1050 and the temperature-controlled Prestige 1100. For customers who don't want to expose themselves to UV rays, Sizzle Tans has two sunless solutions: a trained technician can carefully airbrush bodies by hand, or clients can step into a VersaSpa booth equipped with nozzles that automatically coat skin evenly in tanning solution.
Inside Salon M&D’s open and airy space, professionals beautify clients with a range of hair, nail, and skin services. Stylists rejuvenate ’dos with cuts, coloring, keratin sessions, and diamond hair treatments, which enliven dull, lifeless locks by replacing them with sparkling rubies. Elsewhere, nail techs spruce up fingers and toes with mani-pedis, and massage therapists knead tense muscles in appointments ranging from 30 to 90 minutes. Aestheticians wax unwanted hair from bodies and apply cleansing facials and skin-brightening peels.
In an age of strip malls and robotic cab drivers, you sometimes yearn for the good old days. That's why Palace Barber Shop offers an old-fashioned barbering experience, complete with checkered floors, hot-lather shaves, and even a gumball machine. Though the shop thrives on nostalgia, the experts stylists are fully up to date on current hair trends and specialize in men's and boys' cuts.
True to their salon's name, stylists at Simply Hair focus their talents on transforming manes with classic salon treatments against the backdrop of maroon and gray walls. The strand pros use Paul Mitchell and Wella products to create looks that flatter individual faces, whether smoothing strands with keratin treatments, adding dimension with highlights, or arranging hair into sweeping updos.
At C'est La Vie, beauty experts style and cut hair, apply color to nails, and specialize in makeup artistry. Visitors also take advantage of massages and facials, and can peruse the jewelry and accessories that sparkle on the salon’s shelves. Stylists not only snip strands and transform hair with keratin and Moroccanoil treatments—they also outfit patrons with wigs and extensions. These treatments, products, and services offer guests a uniquely comprehensive selection of beauty options.