Adriana works with sugar every day, but she’s not a baker. She’s in the business of removing hair, using an all-natural paste created from sugar, water, and lemon juice. She plies her trade at the self-titled private studio, Adriana’s Professional Body Sugaring, where she treats clients to her sweet, simple services in both English and Spanish. She reports that, due to the simple ingredients and cool temperature of the mixture, most find sugaring less unpleasant than waxing. Her formula contains no allergens to irritate the skin, only adheres to dead skin cells and hair, and tastes pretty great on toast.
At Salon D Squared, soothing music swathes senses in serenity, faces are refreshed with deep exfoliation, and muscle tension melts at the hands of licensed massage therapists. Setting its resurfacing sights on specific skin problems such as blackheads, dryness, or excessive oil, the D2 style facial begins by removing dead skin cells with a combination of microdermabrasion, deep cleansing, and a purifying mask followed by a steam treatment that gently opens pores and their mail.
Style by Mary at Sola Salon Studios clears clients' skin of unwanted hair without using harsh chemicals or irritating razors. Instead, she uses an ancient Indian practice called threading—winding hygienic cotton thread around hairs to remove them without disrupting skin—to produce crisp lines during eyebrow- and lip-defuzzing sessions. In addition to her threading services, she also treats clients to vibrant color renewals, precision haircuts, and sleek blow-outs.
In this friendly office, a team of nurse practitioners, medical aestheticians, and certified medical assistants specializes in medically designed weight-loss programs, which augment wholesome diets and exercise with medicinal aids, such as vitamin injections and prescription appetite suppressants. Staffers also train in nonsurgical cosmetic treatments, such as Botox, Juv?derm, and clown-nose application.
The experts at Perfect Brow enhance natural beauty with a slate of specialty services that have long been popular in India. Threading, for instance, uses thin cotton filaments to remove hair by the follicle with surgical precision, sculpting fine lines, reshaping arches, and banishing unibrows. The aestheticians also accent the skin with henna, creating artful, often florid, designs that last up to 10 days, allowing patrons to decorate their body without the permanence of a tattoo or the inconvenience of gluing wallpaper to their face.