Tresses are kept trimmed, tinted, and textured with an arsenal of services at Bella Sorella Salon. Give locks weary from endless growth spurts a much-deserved break with a customized haircut ($20–$35), and tack on a blow-dry and style to ease hydrophobic shoulders ($45). All-over single process color saturates headmops with a new hue ($70), while a few face-framing highlights can bring out the color of braces’s rubber bands ($5 per foil). Conspicuous curls blend in at dry-spaghetti dance parties after a relaxer, and straight strands befriend bouncier brethren after a perm (each $75+).
Kevin Elliott is a detail-oriented guy, which is part of what makes him a good massage therapist. As the owner and therapist behind Home Massage Spa, he pays attention to clients' exact discomforts, concocting each Swedish, deep tissue, or sports massage to suit their particular needs. That usually involves incorporating aromatherapy treatments, whose wafting scents soothe the mind and finally block out the haunting smell of cookies that's lingered since you accidentally baked the Pillsbury Doughboy. Elliott untangles knotted backs from his own studio inside Sammy's Salon, but he's not above hitting the road; clients can schedule house or office calls that bring the relief right to them.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Hot Stone Massage/Swedish Massage
Brands Used: Bio-Freeze / Biotone / Aromatherapy
It's one thing to tuck a flower behind your ear as a cute accessory for a midday walk—it's another to have a flower as an updo centerpiece that stays pinned throughout an entire wedding and reception. That demands the attention of a professional, and licensed cosmetologist Kaleigh is happy to oblige. She travels to her clients for hair and airbrush-makeup services, composing glamorous looks for events. She arranges hair into elegant spirals or lets strands hang in alluring waves, and she applies makeup to accentuate each person's natural beauty with expert highlighting and color. These looks have seen soirees such as proms, quinceañeras, and homecoming dances, in addition to wedding ceremonies and nights out on the town.
Royal Beauty Clinic owner and aesthetic artist Asma Ali Furness pays attention to the details. A specialist in micropigmentation, she has performed more than 100 permanent-makeup procedures, subtly infusing hues into lips, eyebrows, and empty coloring books with hypoallergenic pigments. She also combats wrinkles and scars via derma-rolling treatments that harness the body's natural healing infrastructure.
At Benita Lash Studio, Novalash-trained technicians use medical-grade products to affix synthetic lashes to their clients' eyes. These lashes are waterproof, sweat-proof, require minimal maintenance, and don’t need to be removed before bed or pie-eating contests. In addition to lash extensions, the studio also offers facials, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels, along with spray tanning and waxing for full-body beautification.
Massage therapists Krishinda Curley and Tenecia Harrison bring years of experience to the table as they coax coiled muscles into a state of relaxation with Swedish, prenatal, sports, and deep-tissue massages. In the private treatment room, soft music plays, and additional services, such as aromatherapy or hot stones, foster deeper relaxation.