Innovation is the guiding principle at Sil'Vie Hair Studio. Using original balayage coloring techniques, stylists hand paint hair with custom highlights that can range from bold, chunky streaks to subtle, narrow stripes. For all-over color, stylists use odorless, ammonia-free INOA products, which can cover 100% of white hair, allowing clients to look years younger without the traditional camouflage of a sombrero. Infinity Sun airbrush tans bronze skin to a custom, natural-looking glow. Sil’Vie Hair Studio also offers Great Lengths human hair extensions, makeup applications, facial waxes, and products by Davines and Moroccanoil.
The experienced, skin-savvy staff at Bhakti Wellness Center cosset patrons with relaxing spa services designed to rejuvenate bodies and lift spirits. A one-hour salt or sugar scrub compromises on the age-old salty versus sweet debate to deliver a potent-yet-gentle exfoliating treatment that whisks away dead skin cells and reveals smooth epidermal planes. Throughout the treatment, aromatic essential oils stimulate sensory faculties and lure out dormant tension, leaving patrons as relaxed as Stretch Armstrong in a hot tub. Alternatively, during a one-hour clay body wrap, a spa specialist coats skinscapes in a clay customized to each individual's skin type. The wrap escorts toxins out of subcutaneous dens to make way for healthier pelts, and offers physiques the chance to practice their pottery impersonations.
From the outside, Cut it Out Salon looks like any other storefront. But nestled between a dry cleaner and Redwing Shoes, the unassuming shop conceals a vibrant, charmingly cartoonish vision of the countryside. Themed murals cover the entire interior, transforming drywall into bay windows with shutters opening onto imaginary seaside breezes.
Surrounded by this tableau, Sandi Crawford and Beth Phillips revamp headscapes with classic cuts, intricate updos, tightly wound perms, or various coloring services. The two also turn their attention to faces, waxing brows, lips, or Mt. Rushmore Chia pets, and blasting away fine lines and uneven complexions with microcurrent facials.
Planet Beach is a futuristic relaxation station where state-of-the-art machines and retired robocops administer quality spa services. Providing an enjoyable Contempo Spa experience, these friendly automatons facilitate everything from hydro massages and spray tanning to coldly calculated logic debates. Each machine is designed for a specific service, which makes it the ultimate expert and keeps it from developing the ability to cry. Services include hydro-derma fusion (a $25 value), which deeply hydrates, nourishes, and rejuvenates lackadaisical skin, as well as Mystic spray tanning (a $35 value), which applies a bronzing melanin marinade. Additionally, a VIP tanning session (a $12.95 value) embeds healthy shine to pasty skin without the use of muscle vinaigrette, and a hydro or aqua massage (a $25 value) relieves stress, sheds muscle tension stemming from crocodile wrestling, increases flexibility, and helps with photoskinthesis.
We are an alignment based yoga studio located in the heart of Albuquerque. No gimmicks, no tricks, we offer traditional yoga the way it is meant to be. For over 20 years we have offered a wide variety of classes for all levels of students.
At Mary Page Esthetique, lash specialist Mary Page enhances gazes with the synthetic or mink length of semipermanent E’lan lash extensions. Before applications, complimentary consultations explore clients' fashion tastes with a spread of lashes in different lengths and curves, allowing eyes to flash styles that suit their shapes and freestyle wink technique. During each two-hour application, the lash technician affixes faux fringe to closed lids, latching each strand individually to existing lashes. Extensions endure for up to six weeks, depending on lifestyle and tendencies to kiss butterflies. Mary Page recommends pretreatment tinting for very light lashes and a trial run for sensitive peepers.