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  • Reflections by Susan
    While your skin is busy protecting your body, Reflections by Susan protects and cares for your skin. The spa's menu of services includes chemical peels and MicroCurrent Lifting facials, which help erase wrinkles and tighten skin.
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    304 Southwest 140th Terrace
    Jonesville, FL US
  • House of Glamour Salon and Spa
    Even though she received the bulk of her cosmetics training from the Aveda Institute Minneapolis, cosmetologist April Lacy never stops learning. She's always working to update her expertise with current fashion trends and new advanced spa services. At House of Glamour Salon and Spa, she specializes working with curly locks, whether clients want to keep their ringlets or smooth them using keratin treatments. April also doles out custom haircuts, color, and foil highlights, tailoring each service to the skin and hair of the customer she is servicing. Additionally, she conditions hair with Pureology and Matrix products and soothes skin with custom body treatments and facials using Skin Script and Bioelements products. And yet Lacy's customer service isn't confined to the salon?she also gives clients tips for making their new looks last as long as possible after their visits.
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    2407 SW 27th Ave
    Ocala, FL US
  • Dezines Hair Artistry
    Donna Miller, owner of Dezines Hair Artistry, has styled hair for nearly three full trips to the DMV, or three decades. That experience has helped hone Donna’s product-curating skills, and today her salon uses Schwarzkopf, Pureology, Aquage, and Kenra products. With these tress elixirs, she and her staff perform color treatments and haircut and styling services. They also offer aesthetic treatments such as permanent-makeup application and facials. Like most carpenters and the strongest of carpenter ants, Donna’s staff also works with nails.
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    2735 Southeast 58th Avenue
    Belleview, FL US
  • Taylor Lane and Co Day Spa
    For the past 16 years, Taylor Lane & Co. Day Spa's aestheticians have pampered guests from scalp to sole with services from haircuts to massages to pedicures. Amid umbers, earthen pinks, and cream-toned tiles, nail techs massage feet with basalt stones and apply products such as Harmony Gel cured by ultraviolet light. The spa's eyelash-extension specialist is certified by several lash companies. Aside from increasing the range of her client's butterfly kisses, she teaches professional certification courses in eyelash extensions.
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    10915 Baymeadows Rd
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Parisian Spa Institute
    Parisian Spa Institute is a "student driven" institute, training the next generation of beauticians in cosmetology, nail technology, skincare, massage services. The spa specializes in nail services and enhances every digit with knowledge of trending styles and an arsenal of acclaimed brands, including Minx, Shellac, and OPI Shatter. Private spa treatment rooms situated along a quiet corridor invite customers to take relaxing escapes with Swedish, hot-stone, and deep-tissue massages or polish up their countenances with eyebrow threading.
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    1045 Riverside Ave
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • West Coast Hair Design
    Hair Relaxers: Breaking Nature's Bonds Thanks to hair relaxers, you can walk into a salon curly and leave straight. Zoom in on the chemistry of your curls with Groupon?s introduction. Human hair is flexible enough to run wild as a mountain stream one day and fall as straight as water over the Hoover Dam the next. But to make lasting changes to its texture, you need to go beyond the reach of styling tools down to the chemical level. All hair is made of keratin, a hard protein that?s also central to our skin, nails, and exoskeletons. To form a single hair, keratin molecules link together in different patterns with the help of three types of chemical bonds: hydrogen bonds and salt bonds, both of which break easily in water and reform when dry, and disulphide bonds, which can only be broken by certain chemicals. In straight hair, the disulphide bonds are evenly aligned. In curly hair, however, the bonds occur irregularly and at odd angles, causing the hair to twist and kink on its way down. When you style your hair with heat or water alone, you break the weaker hydrogen and salt bonds to allow your do to take a new shape. Once water touches your hair, however, the bonds reform in their customary way, and you?re back where you started. Chemical relaxers, therefore, work by dissolving the hair's tough, waterproof disulphide bonds and preventing them from reforming in their normal pattern. The most powerful hair relaxers contain sodium hydroxide, otherwise known as lye. Given lye?s presence in drain openers and oven cleaners, you might guess that it can be quite harsh on human skin, which is why no-lye relaxers made from guanidine hydroxide are also common. There is a trade-off, however: some find that lye relaxers are harder on the scalp but gentler on hair, and work more quickly so that you can get back to staring at your hair in the mirror sooner. An experienced stylist can recommend the best method for your hair.
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    10950 San Jose Blvd.
    Jacksonville, FL US
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