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Arena Salon and Day Spa’s experienced staff of patient and dedicated European-trained stylists expertly beautifies exteriors with customized aesthetic treatments. Arena’s modern deco decor greets guests as they recline in salon chairs to receive a transformative cut, color, and style. Other patrons sink into plush treatment beds as aestheticians rejuvenate epidermises with microdermabrasions and facials. A sea-salt body polish exfoliates skin and a Vichy shower treatment showers guests with warm water, which aims to stimulate immune systems before bodies are dried by the gentle flapping of fairy wings as they flutter about the salon. Ensuring clients stay in tip-top shape at all times, Arena is open seven days a week and offers lunchtime spa appointments.

3233 Southwest Fwy
Houston,
TX
US

A vast beauty boutique, Merle Norman stocks top-quality cosmetics and its self-titled line of skincare solutions alongside a selection of bags and accessories. Browsers can buff out the physical effects of cruel mortality with a polished perfection exfoliator ($21.99). Designer handbags ($39.99–$78.99) stylishly store lip glaze ($17.99) and lash-prep mascara ($15.99) along with an array of eyeliners, which allow travelers to outline irises in plaid or paisley on the fly ($14.99).

9640 Westheimer Rd
Houston,
TX
US

Rejuvenate your mind and body at Norris of Houston Salon and Day Spa. Get a massage, haircut, waxing, pedicure, or choose another treatment from the urban oasis's extensive list of spa and salon services.

2033 Post Oak Blvd
Houston,
TX
US

Michelle Tran opened Michelle Salon & Spa in 1995, and by 2004, she needed to relocate the busy business to keep up with demand. Though she runs a successful business, she still strives to better her skills through continuing education—she’s been trained in lash extensions, OPI nail services, and advanced TCA peels, setting an ambitious example for her team of stylists, aestheticians, and nail technicians. As they cut, style, and color hair, stylists wield Igora, Wella, and other premium products. Nail technicians coat nails in shades of name-brand polishes—including OPI and CND—rather than name-brand crayons. Aestheticians rely on Hungarian-made Éminence Organic Skin Care products to revitalize skin during facials, and the on-staff massage therapist kneads away stress using Swedish, therapeutic, and deep-tissue modalities.

16103 W Little York Rd
Houston,
TX
US

Though it does offer the light-based defoliation mentioned in its name, Debbie's Laser Hair Removal accomplishes much more than fuzz-free skin. Their courteous aesthetic professionals are ready to help clients with every aspect of their appearance, whether the skin is damaged by sun, acne, or scarring, or has irregular pigmentation, enlarged pores, or fine lines and wrinkles. They offer a huge range of beauty-bolstering treatments, including spider vein therapy, wrinkle-smoothing Botox, face-rejuvenating microdermabrasions, chemical peels, oxygen therapy, and light therapy Those who do wish to banish hair can avail themselves of the high-tech LightSheer Duet laser treatment, whose pulses of high-powered energy shut down follicle growth and smooth skin more effectively than shaving or lamination.

6420 Richmond Ave.
Houston,
TX
US

Before Mary M. Reyes opened Miracle Massage, she spent nearly 30 years working in data management for NASA. During this time she became well acquainted with tense shoulders, backaches, and strains from zero-gravity coffee breaks. After leaving NASA, she took a leap of faith and embarked on a new road that led to her becoming a licensed massage therapist. Today, she has her own location and is proficient in multiple massage techniques. Although she's skilled in chair and relaxation massage, her specialty is therapeutic massage. Also known as medical massage, this treatment often focuses on specific muscle groups in order to relieve aches and support the body's healing process.

17000 El Camino Real
Houston,
TX
US