Aptly named, RN Medispa and Salon, is owned by registered nurses Regina Nunnally and Tawnya Bowie, who welcome guests into the earth-toned, sconce-lit space for haircuts, coloring treatments, and exfoliating skin services. During salon appointments, rich wooden furniture punctuates the bright, open space, where a flat-screen television caters to both male and female clientele by showing a mixture of sports, soaps, and afternoon talk shows that point out the dangers of using gender stereotypes. And during spa services, plush massage tables anchor candlelit treatment rooms, where staff members soothe aches and pains with a variety of traditional techniques.
N Vii's staff focuses its beautifying talents on a single service—clearing unwanted body hair without razors, tweezing, or waxing. Using laser technology, the staff clears fuzz from visible or hidden areas of skin, deterring future growth. By specializing solely in laser hair removal, technicians avoid the mistakes of less experienced aestheticians and robot doctors that only have experience with military lasers.