Bella Salon's owner, Gayla Penick, leads a staff of master stylists and colorists who shape coifs and imbue locks with color using products such as Awapuhi, Inoa, and Pureology. The salon's wide range of services, including Great Lengths hair extensions, facial waxing, and a suite of mani-pedis, keep patrons looking chic from head to toe more easily than wearing a suit made from back issues of Vogue.
Firefly Farm and Day Spa deploys its squadron of trained massage therapists and skilled aestheticians directly to clients' homes for high-quality pampering performed with an arsenal of organic products. After the staff offers fresh bottled water and imported lemonade, clients can exchange their expired skin cells for more fashionable epidermal layer during a high-frequency microdermabrasion facial treatment. The spa's fully vegan and organic body-scrub mask uses marine algae to help balance and moisturize the skin while working to expel toxins, free radicals, and freeloading hippie jewelry. For a more complete escape from a home's unfolded laundry, unfinished dishes, and stubbornly uncommunicative ghosts, clients can transform their abode into a day spa with the full retreat package. Lay back as a caring staff member pampers your visage with an indulgent facial, eases aching muscles with a professional therapeutic massage, and coddles tuckered-out paws or puckered-out mouths with a soothing hand or lip treatment.
The skilled stylist at Neat and Natty Nails takes pride in carefully pampering nails since opening in 2002. Colorful polishes, acrylics, and long-lasting Shellac lacquer are skillfully applied, turning talons into miniature works of art.
At The Woodhouse, relaxation begins upon each client's arrival in the spa's dedicated Quiet Room. A fluffy robe drapes around their shoulders, reflexology sandals lightly massage their feet, and mugs of loose-leaf tea warm their lips as they await the start of their services. The spa's product selection reflects a similar attention to detail: employees fill the shelves with natural, organic, and wild-crafted products. They also go the extra mile to include small extras with each session, such as home-care recommendations after facial treatments and foot-cleansing with each massage. The award-winning spa was voted best spa by the readers of the San-Antonio Express-News, and was deemed best spa and best massage by readers of San Antonio Magazine.
Blissfully removed from the city's bustle and nestled amidst the scenic vistas of Canyon Lake, Total Image Salon & Day Spa treats tired tendons and their owners to therapeutic, beautifying treatments. Start with complimentary tastes of bottled water, wine, cheese, and crackers before settling in for a signature one-hour spa pedicure (a $45 value). Soothing toe and foot treatments are supplemented with the smoothing of calluses, intensive massage, and a foot mask to nourish dry feet and nurture their Kabuki pursuits. Equally exhaustive regaling is bestowed upon hands and fingers in the spa manicure (a $25 value), which revitalizes down-and-out digits and the mitts that house them through an aromatherapy salt-glow exfoliation and a paraffin treatment, which banishes excess dryness.
With more than 25 years of experience, cosmetologist Katherine Long infuses relaxation with depilation, stocking hypoallergenic, soothing oils and honey-based wax in a cozy atmosphere. During a 15-minute facial treatment, honey wax designed specifically for sensitive skin unfastens surplus fuzz on cheeks, lips, and chins. After assessing face's shape and favorite KISS singer, waxing mavens carefully prune and shape brows. Ladies can also opt to smooth arms, underarms, or bikini zones in a 30-minute treatment that begins with a soothing pre-cleanse and wraps up with a skin-pacifying concoction of hypoallergenic oils and creams. A great preparation for vacations and hairless-bear impersonations, back waxing smoothes gentlemen's torsos, and the one-hour leg waxing paired with a hair-growth-slowing cream maintains shorts-ready shanks.