Lustrous hardwood floors and walls swathed in calming earth tones cultivate a serene environment inside Complexions, where a skilled team renovates hair, skin, and nails with top-quality products from brands such as OPI, BennieFactor, and gloProfessional. Stylists sculpt and color manes alongside massage therapists who knead away aches with an array of soothing modalities and aromatherapy. The aestheticians tailor facials to suit clients' unique epidermal needs, and enhance skin's beauty with makeup applications, and waxing.
At Emmetts The Studio, a salon featured in such publications as The Indianapolis Star , Indianapolis Monthly, and InStyle, six expert stylists cut locks with scissors or texturize and shape hair with razor cuts in styles best-fitting each clients' face. While waiting for the mane makeover to begin, clients can relax in french chairs covered in jade faux ostrich and take in the 12-foot vaulted ceilings highlighted by energy-efficient LED track lighting and full-length mirrors. The 1,560-square-foot studio's aesthetic also focuses on Asian influences, such as tables fashioned from Tibetan drums, and features a zen-inspired private patio for group events and private parties. The salon stocks its shelves with hard-to-find brands such as Rene Furterer, Phyto haircare, Kevyn Aucoin Beauty, Eve Lom skincare, and Regina Harris hand-blended oils.
Cindy Burris has massaged her fair share of muscles—more than 21 years' worth. In that time, she's not only refined her mastering of Swedish and deep-tissue massage, she's also learned to incorporate energy work into her skill set. When she's not vanquishing knots and cramps with physical strokes, she's manipulating clients' energy fields during energy work sessions—all of which she designed to relax and reenergize clients.
Skin takes a licking every day from the sun, wind, and ravages of age, but Mojo Day Spa's aestheticians work diligently to turn back the clock. PCA Skin Professional products and treatments are designed to reduce the depth of surface lines, aiming to eliminate skin discolorations and redness with little to no downtime. Before administering any facials, massages, or waxing treatments, the team consults with clients and tailors their services to address each person's unique needs.
The Ribbon Spa has a purpose that extends far beyond boosting beauty. It was created with a vision of a nurturing environment where individuals going through cancer treatments could relax, be pampered, and find refuge in a serene, supportive atmosphere. Each Monday, owner Carolyn Smith and her staff offer services free of charge to individuals who've been diagnosed with cancer. Smith does this, in part, to honor the memory of her sister, who died of cancer. At The Ribbon, she and her staff help guests escape from the bustle of the outside world with a tranquil atmosphere and meditative music, providing a relaxing retreat as they perform mani-pedis, facials, and massages.
It?s easy to see why some clients refer to The Eyelash Place, Inc. as ?The Miracle on 39th Street.? The all-around beauty emporium has been enhancing eyes, shaping brows, and softening skin for more than 30 years?and those services make up only a portion of the salon?s lengthy menu.
As one might expect, eyelash extensions take center stage on this menu. Using semipermanent glue or a surgical-grade bonding agent, technicians apply these extensions individually to create longer, fuller lashes capable of putting out a fire or seducing a high-security eye scanner. Lashes aren?t much without a smooth complexion to match, and aestheticians do their part to rejuvenate skin with SKINWYNC products and microcurrents that work to stimulate collagen production. When they turn their attention to the body, it?s to eradicate fatty deposits with Wellbox anticellulite treatments.