Unbearably Beautyful streamlines morning routines with a dynamic array of permanent makeup. Using sterile, disposable equipment and hypoallergenic pigment, licensed and certified cosmetologists can gussy up eye outskirts with permanent eyeliner or cultivate fuller lips without the mess of lipstick. Clients may also solicit the spa’s services for two or seven permanently defined eyebrows.
Brimming with funky leather cuffs, vibrantly hued sandals, and casual tops, Sancshoeary’s shelves demonstrate the store’s philosophy of remaining true to the casual Tuscon lifestyle by mixing fun with fashion. Within their trendy location in the La Encantada Shopping Center, the store’s eagle-eyed owners continually add to the carefully curated assortment of accessories, culling chic pieces from brands such as Nikibiki, Sydney Love, and Double Zero. Staffers bustle about the store helping shoppers embellish their personal style, pointing out spacious Big Buddha handbags or fastening the clasps of sterling-silver Officina Bernardi jewelry, which attracts the envious stares of passersby and eligible magpies alike.
The vertical shelves at Fit Footwear teem with an eye-catching, multicolored assortment of sleek shoe designs, lanyards, socks, and sweatbands. Shoppers can select a silver soccer ball and stuff it into a Nike or Adidas gym bag before hitting the field in a pair of Converse All Stars or Vans. They can also pair Puma or Jordan shoes with a baseball cap, which shows allegiance to a professional sports team and shields the eyes from the sun or a harsh strobe light. Fit Footwear's selection of protective gear makes the collection complete.
In August 2006, Dress Code opened its doors to a small collection of T-shirts boasting the names and logos of the owner's favorite bands. After a slow start, it gradually expanded its selection, adding body jewelry and duds from popular brands such as Addicted, Atticus, Diesel, Fossil, and Oakley. Now, the airy boutique is lined with a wealth of punk-themed apparel and accessories that encourage customers to develop their own individual styles and that combine the owners’ passions for fashion, music, and clothes hangers.
Doc Kendrick, born in Kentucky during Abraham Lincoln's presidency, inspired his progeny to found a spice company rooted in the time-honored traditions of hunting, fishing, and grilling. Joe and Brittany Garnett, the current owners of Doc Kendrick Spice Company, stock their virtual and farmers'-market shelves with all-natural, locally made spices, rubs, and blends that complement game meat, farm meat, and space meat alike. A recipe page recommends uses for their preservative-free powders, such as Doc's apple pie, spiked with Doc Kendrick's Twice as Nice pie spice, or Doc's antelope chili, which gets its flavor from a salt blend, garlic rub, chili powder, and jalapeño granules. A selection of quick bread mixes adds speedy carbs to any meal, and the sampler spice blend makes a nice birthday or Baby's First Bank Heist gift.
The licensed aestheticians at Just StringZ spin innovation with centuries-old practices to keep skin looking healthy and polished. Threading treatments lasso stray strands using interlaced cotton strings, while speed-waxing services grip groups of hairs and ferry them away fast, yielding results that can last up to eight weeks. Trained in the art of Dermalogica face mapping, aestheticians decipher the proper products and regimen that will best suit their clients' skincare needs, before a jaunt to the skin bar allows faces to test each recommended product before buying or emailing their wish list to Santa. For those looking to accessorize their natural beauty, the salon also offers Swarovski body art, henna tattoos, and ear piercing, as well as cosmetics by glominerals.