Kallos Hair and Skin's freestanding salon cuddles guests in privacy as hardwood floors, airy curtains, and ample natural lighting add to a tranquil ambiance heightened by elegiac hymns sung by choruses of abandoned hairs. The studio's services include haircare for men and women; specialty facial and body treatments, including reflexology and reiki; and airbrush tans that blend Norvell's organic tanning formula with natural golden-brown bronzers.
Dr. Crystal Finnegan and the dedicated staff at Adams Farm Dental Care keep chompers healthy and snowy white in a friendly, patient-oriented office. The staff rides the cutting edge of dental practices, undergoing continuing training each year and participating in exchange programs with tooth fairies. Dental services include basic preventive hygiene, whitening, and veneer application, with Dr. Finnegan and her hygienists taking the time to break down confusing topics for curious patients. The staff uses a range of topical anesthetics and delicate techniques to keep patients' mouths as pain-free as possible; guests are encouraged to speak up if anything hurts or if they just realized how to make the perfect peanut brittle.
Physicians Weight Loss Centers’ doctors and counselors help clients slim down with a sextet of diet plans that drive away excess pounds while maintaining proper nutrition and lean muscle mass. Their programs range from aggressive, ultra-low-calorie plans to more flexible, high-energy plans that employ a slow and steady approach. One-on-one encouragement from these professionals helps bolster willpower, and premade shakes make meal preparation easier than stealing baby carrots from a baby bunny.
Tiffany Benedict?s passion for hair design goes back as far as the age of 12, when she would style hair in her kitchen. Trading the kitchen table for a bona fide styling chair at Art and Chemistry, Tiffany, now a Redken-certified stylist, has expanded her repertoire to include precision haircuts, permanent color treatments, and dimensional highlights. She also offers hair-smoothing treatments, deep-conditioning masks, and strengthening treatments to give her clients? hair healthy bounce and voluminous texture.
The olive lovers at Midtown Olive Press import more than 50 types of small-batch, flavored olive oils and balsamic vinegars and dole out samples from tasting bars. The staff corks, seals, and whispers encouraging soliloquies to each flavor, pouring aromatic wild-mushroom-and-sage olive oil ($10 for a small; $14.99 for a medium; $26.99 for a large) into bottles or presenting guests with blood-orange olive oil infused with whole-pressed fruits ($11 for a small; $16.99 for a medium; $29.99 for a large). Fruity balsamic vinegars infuse dishes with crisp flavors and subtle sweetness, and champagne balsamic ($10 for a small; $14.99 for a medium; $26.99 for a large) blends french-champagne vinegar with traditional balsamic from Modena, Italy to create an ideal toast for a seafood dish's debutante debut. Kitchen accessories and gourmet goods also line the shop's shelves, such as imported pastas ($7.95–$9.50) and savory seasonings. Shoppers can also explore a selection of chocolate bark infused with citrus olive oil or peruse treats such as Next Organics banana coins, smothered in dark chocolate ($6.95), to reward hard-working tongues or bribe a monkey to wear a fedora.
At the inviting Salon 103, stylist Jen Shoffner updates men's and women's hairstyles. Knowledgeable about current trends as well as traditional looks, she trims split ends into clean, chic cuts and imbues manes with rich color. Shoffner knows that hair needs to be healthy to look its best, so she nourishes locks with deep-conditioning treatments.