Pol'ish Salon & Spa's Sue Thomas devotes her skills as a nail technician to performing several manicures and pedicures. Her service menu includes gel polish manicures, which involve more filing and buffing than a weightlifting lawyer's schedule. Sue infuses friendliness into each service she renders, and she strives to make each visit relaxing for her guests. That emphasis can be found in her spa pedicures, which incorporate hot towel treatments and extended massages of the feet and legs.
Drenched in marigold tones, the Sun Tan City facility transforms exteriors with cosmetic treatments that harness different wavelengths of light. Smart Tan–certified professionals invite clients to lie down, stand up, or sit down to bask in bronzing rays and tanning sprays. The staff also whitens teeth with LED light during Beaming White treatments, and slims bodies or out-of-shape sports cars with infrared light during Fit body wraps.
The Millers envisioned a beauty resource for western New York – a place where creativity would flourish and clients would be treated like royalty; style would be up-to-the-minute and education ongoing. Until now, brands like Jo Malone, Oribe, Aqcua di Parma, and Kai were only to be found in major cities, hours away.
Paradise Tan has been in business since 1994. We offer 4 levels and 21 tanning rooms and spray tan to fit your budget, schedule and convenience. We also offer Professional Airbrush Spray Tanning and a variety of tanning products. Our prices will bring you in, our Quality will bring you Back!
Volpe Nails glazes fingertips with Shellac gel polish after pampering phalanges with a spa manicure treatment. Naked mitts or nails in need of a repolish can rest exhausted elbows as a skilled beautician scrubs down soiled paws with a refreshing, exfoliating cleanse. A hot towel and moisturizing hand lotion are massaged into grips. Filing and buffering are joined by cuticle work to pave the way for gently painting each keratin canvas with Shellac gel polish, which boasts up to two weeks of chip-free nails, so you can wash dishes, prune a dogwood tree, or comb through garbage disposals in search of misplaced wedding-related rings or photo albums without losing any gleam.
For more than a decade, Carol Kennedy has explored the potential of massage therapy, eschewing the idea that massage is a mere luxury in favor of a staunchly therapeutic paradigm. When she isn't continuing her education, she massages clients in two quiet, calm settings. Inside her St. Paul Boulevard office, plum-colored walls and wooden bookshelves surround clients as they lie next to a faux fireplace adorned with a red-and-white tapestry. Her Perrin Drive location is inside a stately two-story house, where Carol rubs elbows with two chiropractors. She kicks off each massage session with a brief health assessment before she employs a medley of techniques—including deep-tissue massage, trigger-point therapy, and hot-stone massage—to mend muscles burdened by stress or by their overly ornate shoulder pads.