The personable tress snippers and arrangers at Hello Gorgeous Beauty Parlor pamper hair owners and their coifs with personalized beautifying services. A women's haircut trims lady locks ($25), and masculine manes can procure a scissor meet and greet with a men's haircut ($20). Saturate head grass with a thorough hue with all-over color ($45+), or select your favorite strands for highlights ($75+) that conjure up the sun's feelings of inadequacy. Un-undulating head threads can mimic Elvis's lip and curl with a perm ($65+), and those whose hair has too much spring in its step can unwind by applying the Groupon value toward the cost of a Brazilian blowout ($300). Extensions are also available for coiffures that want to best their siblings' growth on the hair height chart.
Athos Studio's aestheticians entrust their client's skin solely to Livia Pure Skin, a line of raw, organic skincare products. The product eschews animal-based ingredients, parabens, sulfates, and gluten. So whether patrons come in for a customized signature facial or corrective treatment for acne, the professional beautifiers work gently to cleanse and soften without irritation.
Amid the whirl of scissors, blow-dryers, and curling irons inside Third Avenue Hair Studio, Vicki sets up a skin-pampering sanctuary. She slathers seaweed, chamomile, and marine-algae mineral wraps across bodies, which aim to slough off dead skin cells and unearth a glow usually seen in freshly waxed cars filled to the brim with fireflies. Her facials help evict acne and soften fine lines using clay masks and deep cleansers.
The reiki experts at Global Community Wellness help their clients recover from illness, eliminate stress, and bring balance to their lives. Additionally, they lead reiki workshops, which teach people the secrets of energy fields and healing others.
The healing specialists at RoseSprings Center take aim at toxins, heavy metals, and other environmental nogoodniks, cleansing blemished bodies and strengthening immune systems with a trio of alternative-medicine treatments. Warm human hides during a half-hour recline on the amethyst bio-mat, a therapy aimed at assuaging musculoskeletal pain and enhancing circulation with its 17 layers of space-age materials. Designed to slide stress and stiffness from surfaces, each bio-mat session targets the amount of calories equivalent to 30 minutes of rowing, jogging, or kangaroo boxing. Once toasty, guests attempt to free tootsies from lingering contaminants with an NRG footbath, a medicinal soak combining bubbly surges of water with crud-busting bioelectrical currents. Maintain spritely steps with a finishing Zyto Compass nutritional analysis, which crunches computer-generated digital signatures to determine what vitamin supplements respond best to bodily systems and which ones will fall on your chi's deaf ears.
Janelle Lowery is a licensed massage therapist who strives to provide massages that relax both the mind and the body. Her studio is a tranquil space where white curtains filter the overhead lights, producing a soft glow that complements the earth-toned walls and wall-mounted candles for a true relaxation oasis. Janelle offers Swedish massages to improve circulation, deep-tissue massages to relieve chronic pain, and hot-stone massages that combine focused pressure with heated basalt stones to undo muscular gridlock and tension. Customers can also opt for prenatal bodywork, which helps moms-to-be unwind from the stress of carrying the weight of two and the mental stress of trying to design a solar-paneled baby crib.