Scottsdale Center for Sight's founder, Dr. Paul M. Petelin, knows eye surgery?he's completed more than 10,000 LASIK surgeries, and is often the one other doctors go to when they're faced with a challenging case in their own practices. And it's not just doctors that trust him ? Dr. Petelin also serves as the Arizona Cardinals' team ophthalmologist. With Dr. Petelin at the helm, the Scottsdale Center for Sight's patients can rest easy, whether they're getting a quick eye exam or going in for a more significant treatment.
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A featured guest on Arizona Midday, Breanne Pelto has earned attention for pouring her nine years of experience as a certified sunless-tanning specialist into her beauty bar, Twinkle Tan. When certified techs lead customers into private treatment rooms, they provide disposable undergarments and hair ties before crafting custom airbrush tans with FDA-approved concoctions. By misting each client by hand and employing a full array of hues, Breanne's techs can avoid streaks and carrot-like complexions while hiding cellulite, spider veins, and blemishes. In addition to tanning, Breanne also offers teeth whitening and hair extensions made out of repurposed extension cords. Plush zebra-print chairs beckon incoming guests as beaded curtains glisten in the light of a crystal chandelier. Along the walls, racks of clothes and accessories entice the eyes.
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Brandi Nuttall, the owner of Dolce Salon & Spa, must believe that you can never have too much of a good thing. Expanding upon her first and second Dolce locations, which measure in at 12,000 and 13,000 square feet, respectively, she opened the third hub in 2007, and now there is a fourth. The 30,000-square-foot behemoth built in 2007 houses 62 styling stations, 21 spa rooms, 14 pedicure thrones, a makeup counter, a brow bar, and manicure stations. All four locations boast the same services—though at different scales—as well as men’s hair and spa treatments and bridal styling. Unlike hotels that charge extra for doorknobs and oxygen, the salons have a generous streak. They provide hairstyling services to those who donate to Locks of Love, spa services to local foster children, and hair clippings to areas affected by oil spills.
Patrons sip from glasses of beer and sake martinis while waiting to get haircuts and six-towel straight-razor face shaves. But at minibar.ber.shop, waiting for a barber appointment doesn't mean flipping through last October's issue of Hockey Pucks! magazine. It means sampling more than a dozen beers, listening to music, and sinking teeth into prosciutto-brie paninis. In the VIP room, clients kick back for hot-towel shaves and soothing facials with an arsenal of entertainment devices at their disposal: a 42-inch HDTV, streaming internet radio, and four regular walls—the 19th century equivalent of TV. The barbershop's playful signature services reflect its ethos, including its moustache trim—dubbed the geraldo—and its beard trim known as the zz top.