• For $19, you get a haircut, styling, and a blow-dry (up to a $45 value). • For $49, you get a haircut, styling, a blow-dry (up to a $45 total value), plus a facial (up to a $75 value; up to a $120 total value). • For $99, you get a haircut, styling, a blow-dry (up to a $45 total value), a facial (up to a $75 value), and one coloring service up to a $125 value, including highlights, lowlights, or all-over color (up to a $245 total value).
The Special Touch Salon & Spa caresses blemished bodies with an all-natural and organic body wrap that returns wearisome bodies to their natural striking form. After cowardly clothes make a run for cover, a healing mud composed of Moroccan minerals, volcanic ash, and sea algae is applied to the skin before limbs and trunks are wrapped in a lightweight plastic. Up-and-coming wrappers will then rest for 45 minutes under a kindhearted heated blanket, which activates the magical mud and detoxification process. The Special Touch Salon & Spa's body wrap is designed to ease aches and pains, trim fat and reduce cellulite, and detoxify the joints via skin pores and triceps’ trap doors. The entire process takes about an hour and leaves guests with a newfound balance, rejuvenation, and purified skin.
Cosmetologist Patsy Baggs purchased Signature Spa & Salon in 1983, and in the decades since, she has expanded the boutique's menu of services thanks to a multitalented team of stylists, massage therapists, and cosmetologists. The staff beautifies nails with glistening polishes and nurtures hair with products from Redken and Matrix.
The stylists at Something Special Styling Salon beautify hair in a number of ways from sew weaves, extensions, and natural hair transitioning to locks and twists. They can also cut and color hair or perform hot oil or relaxing treatments. All stylists are well-versed in haircare and draw from years of experience. For instance, Melva Williams has been in the beauty industry for more than 24 years and leads healthy hair seminars to help women take care of their locks.
Since 2007, the Robots-4-U team has been teaching children a program of STEM?science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Children absorb skills and knowledge through entertaining interactions with instructors, other campers, and robot kits. The camp maintains a 16:1 student to instructor ratio, ensuring children receive the proper amount of individual attention. Campers build robot kits comprising a brain unit and sensory appendages, which replicate seeing, hearing, touching and reading minds. Once the bots are assembled, children enter their creations into racing, dancing, and battle-bot challenges.