As a medical aesthetician, Julie Kline has trained under award-winning plastic surgeon Dr. Steven Dayan, where she learned advanced skincare techniques and ways to get the most out of the products she uses. She helps her clients fight the signs of aging with microdermabrasion treatments, microcurrent therapies, and chemical peels. For gents, she performs men's facials that ward off razor burn. Julie is also a certified permanent-makeup artist, which allows her to apply indelible cosmetics to those with sensitivities to traditional makeup or faint features due to medical conditions.
Nothing says "Sunday" like a relaxing day at the spa. The expert staff members at Like Sunday Salon and Spa aim to keep the ethos of their namesake through indulgent and relaxing services within the robin's-egg-blue salon. They cut and style hair into short, spiky pixie cuts or long box braids. The staff can also relax shoulders with a massage or cleanse faces with a facial.
The aestheticians at The Face Place know that different faces have different skincare needs. That?s why they design each of their facials with an audience in mind?they have a smoker?s facial for smokers, an anti-aging facial for adults advanced in years, a teen facial for adolescents, and a European facial for turncoats. Along with facials, the staff offers a full menu of health and beauty services that includes body treatments, waxing services, and makeup applications. And, to round out the mix of wellness services, they have a clinical hypnotherapist who performs hypnosis to help clients conquer phobias, improve self-confidence, or release stress.
The aesthetics experts of Spa De Da Salon & Spa dole out dozens of head-to-toe treatments primed to doll up and soothe the outer shell. Clients can snap wayward hair follicles into shape with a cut and style ($30+) or lash tint ($20) that keeps peepers popping. A french manicure ($35) delicately polishes nature's silverware, and a classic pedicure ($35) allows feet to sport peep-toe heels with confidence. The trained professionals also provide an array of hair-removal services, including bikini waxes ($37) and leg waxes ($40), both of which leave skin smoother than a door-to-door dictionary salesman dipped in dreams. This hybrid spa and salon is open every day except Sunday, and the staff keeps the doors generously ajar until 8 p.m. Monday through Friday.
With hairstylists, massage therapists, and aestheticians joining the nail technicians on staff, The Nail Spot Spa & Lounge has established itself as a comprehensive spa whose scope extends far beyond fingers and toes. Nail technicians administer subtle mani-pedis or paint ornate designs, including animal prints, modified french tips, shimmering marble patterns, and jewel-centered flowers. Beneath billowing curtains, a spread of crimson and gold throw pillows line a cushioned recess, from which clients dangle their feet in baths filled with river stones for solo and couples pedicures. The baths are built into platforms inlaid with mosaic tiles, their claw feet lost throughout the years of their species’s evolution. In the hairstyling room, periwinkle walls and a black-and-white portrait of Audrey Hepburn offer a cool, crisp contrast to the warm scarlet-hued nail area.
Servicing clients for more than 41 years, Identity Hair Salon and Spa's menu of services helps them create new aesthetic personas via French pedicures, braided hair extensions, or Latisse lash-growth treatments. Inside, Dr. Marie Meyers enhances appearances by performing a variety of beautification services, such as laser hair removal and IPL photofacials. The multi-faceted salon and spa attracts a range of clients, including men eager to evict renegade hairs encroaching on their backs. Alternatively, microdermabrasion, Botox, and facial fillers can transform faces that are on the run from a sinister cabal of stamp collectors.