Let it never be said that Lisa Moise doesn't listen to her customers. Years ago, as she was treating one of her clients, the two began talking about how nice it would be to have a salon where haircuts were more collaborative than cookie-cutter and pedicures didn't make people feel invisible from the feet up. Later, that same customer, Carrie McGehee, would join Lisa as a co-founder of Flower Mound Nails & More. Now, the two pursue their original goal, putting customers first during treatments that range from cuts and highlights to expert mani-pedis. As part of their pursuit of excellence, Lisa and Carrie have established strict standards for membership on their team, requiring their techs to be passionate, conversant, and trained in both customer service and relevant trade skills.
At New Life Chiropractic and Wellness, Doctor of Chiropractic Peter Gonyeau believes a pain-free lifestyle is a step toward a healthy lifestyle. To help patients make that step, they offer several chiropractic services, including diversified, Activator, and spinal-decompression techniques that can alleviate pain from bulging disks and neck imbalances. For overall wellness, they also schedule massages, acupuncture treatments, and nutrition-counseling sessions.
Ehmi Nail, Salon & Spa's talented technicians tend to clients in a space marked by stone tile, textured walls, and cozy leather seating. After brainstorming with clients during complimentary consultations, they give heads more breathable cuts or change identities with coloring, highlights, and straightening treatments. Files bring order to unruly nails during mani-pedis before techs lay down coats of color from OPI, Essie, and Chanel. Private rooms allow visitors to luxuriate peacefully during different massage modalities, which incorporate music, hot stones, and flickering candles to coax stress out of aching muscles. Technicians also decorate faces with professional makeup applications and facials. Ehmi Nail, Salon & Spa happily opens its doors to private parties, welcoming groups celebrating events ranging from a girls’ night out to the world’s prettiest fantasy-baseball draft.
A custom shop for all epidermal needs, Shelly's welcomes guests with open bottles of premium products and a team of skilled skinsperts. Begin an afternoon of pampering with the 30-minute luxury back treatment, where aestheticians lightly exfoliate and massage weary skin, allowing it to shine brighter than a freshly polished spotlight. Then the berry-lemon facial offers countenances one hour of rejuvenation and exfoliation with berry flavenoids, which act as antioxidants in the skin, destroying tissue-damaging compounds and roundhouse kicking dead skin cells in the face. Emotion expressers leave feeling fresh and flavorful, glowing with the vitality of a crisp fruit salad.
Arch Brows Salon & Spa takes an organic, ayurvedic Indian approach to traditional spa methods, often incorporating fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs to beautify and promote relaxation. Although all-natural honey waxing and brow threading are the spa's specialty, skilled aestheticians can also trim the physique with a tummy mask or extract toxins with a seaweed and French clay body wrap. Clients may also solicit a nonsurgical face-lift or papaya enzyme peel to renew the complexion, or request a henna tattoo in the shape of a moustache to fool a local barber.
Therapeutic Concepts' owner Sherri Chapman, whose sports-massage prowess was previously employed to assuage the aches and pains of members of the Dallas Cowboys, leads a team of licensed massage therapists and medical massage practitioners who target the source of clients' pain and knead it into submission. During custom therapeutic massages, the massage therapist gently manipulates muscles' top layers, incorporating occasional stretching techniques and ice-dancing routines as she sees fit. The salutary strokes help increase joint flexibility and range of motion, easing lower-back pain, sports injuries, and chronic stiffness as a result of fibromyalgia. The therapeutic massages also thwart headaches, cooling craniums without gluing ice packs to eyebrows. At home, soak away stress with Therapeutic Concepts' homemade bath elixir, made with epsom salt, essential oils, and a touch of eucalyptus or lavender.
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