An Aveda salon, The Rose Hair Studio offers clients a wide array of aesthetic services designed to keep bodies beautiful from tip to toe. A simple cut and blow-dry ($25–$55 for women) is an easy way to refresh your look, and a texturizing treatment such as permanent waving ($55–$95) can give your 'do an extra dimension considered purely theoretical by many follicular physicists. Those who prefer to let their hair cut and maintain itself can instead avail themselves of skin-centric services such as anti-aging facials ($35), which act like a reverse hourglass to suck back the sands of time, or extremity enhancers such as the Caribbean therapy manicure ($25) and pedicure ($45), which use essential oils to keep hands and feet ready for impromptu patty-cake contests.
The cadre of hairstylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists at M Salon and Spa presents a varied slate of beautifying and restorative services. Working from a palette of L'Oréal Professionel hair products, stylists snip strands, add color and highlights, and apply restorative treatments to repair damaged locks. Nail techs perform a suite of nail services, swathing fingertips with Shellac polish to leave appendage armor bright and chip-free—unlike the paint job on a golf cart—for up to a full fortnight. Massage therapists lift tension from backs and shoulders by rendering 90-minute Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages, and waxing professionals lift unwanted hair from legs, brows, and lips.
Pleasure Paradise Salon and Spa’s cosseting confines challenge the common spa tendency to only cater to female patrons by doling out aesthetic services geared toward both genders. Seasoned hairstylists sculpt men’s and women's locks into stylish configurations that mirror trending fashions. Licensed therapists soothe tired muscles with six massage modalities, and facials infused with vitamins and botanicals cleanse skin of blotches stemming from naps in a box of temporary tattoos.
The attentive staff of My Nails Boutique and Spa customizes aesthetic services to help guide guests past beauty-goal finish lines. Along with utilizing advanced beauty products, the boutique's technicians regularly sanitize the tranquil space and stay up-to-date on the latest trends through comprehensive education and vain, talkative magic 8 balls.
A graduate of the Vidal Sassoon Academy, salon owner Tammy Liggett pours 16 years of experience into every coiffure she touches at Divas and Dudes Too. Her staff of skilled stylists helps her in her quest to style, cut, and make hair more manageable, wielding products by Goldwell, Pureology, and INOA. In addition to hair services that include straightening treatments and extensions, the team embellishes visages with makeup and fingers with gel polish. An adjoining boutique area complements new looks with accessories such as jewelry, hats, and purses.
Inside Devine's Salon Spa, clients aren't greeted with the thick chemical odor of formaldehyde, ammonia, or some laboratory's version of lavender. What they do smell are natural, aromatic botanicals wafting from a line of Aveda products. The team of stylists and aestheticians utilize these products throughout their full menu of men's and women's haircuts, facials, and body treatments, including complementary Aveda sensory rituals designed to put stressed minds and bodies at ease. And since Aveda products are manufactured with environmentally friendly wind power, it's not unusual for guests to emerge from Devine's looking and feeling beautified, and greeted with a hug from a tree.