Tiffany Pardue is a waxing specialist who rids unwanted body hair at Elite Salon-Spa-Studio. Her skilled hands carefully remove patches of hair from sensitive bikini areas. At the salon and spa, customers also will find services such as haircuts, manicures, massages, and facial treatments.
Natural light pours through the salon’s large front windows onto polished wood floors and walls decorated with intricate paisley designs like blooming flowers. Amid these modern accents, skilled stylists sculpt sleek layers and manufacture bold highlights to frame the face. Clients may also solicit Total Image for a waxing session, colorful mani-pedi, or a brief lounge in one of several high-tech solar tanning beds.
Sun Tan City’s trained tanning consultants help clients get bronzed via UV-free tanning booths and ergonomic tanning beds. Guests can schedule a single visit to touch up an existing tan, purchase a multivisit package to get a discounted rate, or become a member to take advantage of the salon’s 100% guarantee.
Christine Smith's aesthetics training is still fresh in her mind: she graduated from Paul Mitchell The School less than a year ago. Using her adept hands and a range of Redken products, she trims, styles, and conditions her clients' hair to create shapes more varied than the results of a circle-drawing contest. In addition to her signature highlights, she beautifies tresses with single-process color.
Christine tends to her clients inside the calming atmosphere of Salon D'va, where fellow beauty experts perform services ranging from spa mani-pedis to reflexology to aromatherapy massages.
Heather Brown prepared for a career in beauty by receiving training, licensing, and certification in aesthetics, massage, makeup, and eyelash extensions. At Heather Brown Studio, she puts her training and seven years of experience to work by waxing off unwanted body hair, applying eyelash extensions, and clearing pores with facials. Along with helping clients look good, she helps them feel good by massaging away pain and tension with gentle kneads, gliding strokes, or heated stones.
Massage therapist Pamela Thompson plied her trade in both the spa and medical fields. The range of her experience gives her a unique versatility; spa settings typically center on general relaxation and uplifting massages, whereas nursing homes and hospitals demand more therapeutic and clinical bodywork. At Wellness Services, she’s well equipped to uplift clients both emotionally and physically. With Swedish and hot-stone massages, she elicits feelings of bliss and looseness. Likewise, her specialties in deep-tissue, integrated, and prenatal massages allow her to treat muscle pain, symptoms of lingering injuries, and soreness from constructing geodesic-domed baby cribs.