At Little Flower Day Spa, licensed stylist and cosmetologist Holly Stovall cuts and conditions hair for men, women, and children. She straightens and smoothes hair with keratin treatments, adds vibrancy with color and highlights, and showcases her cosmetological cunning with makeup applications and prom and wedding updos.
Softouch Permanent Makeup uses the finest beauty products to restore visages to prelapsarian levels of smoothness and radiance. In the microdermabrasion treatment, a stream of fine particles gently dislodges the outermost layer of tired, sulky skin, giving young, untested cells the opportunity to prove themselves and finally show their parents that being a face cell is just as important and respectable as being a neuron. The procedure is effective in reducing fine lines, blemishes, and sun damage. A repairing serum and smoothing mask are applied after the treatment to expedite the body's natural healing process, quickly eliminating the slight puffiness and soreness that accompany the treatment and helping forge skin with the uncanny smoothness and alluring glow of a phosphorescent baby shrimp.
After leaving Brows 2 Lashes, customers sport a wardrobe of different designs on their nails, including zebra stripes, polka dots, and Hello Kitty faces. Stylists thread and wax eyebrows, shaping hairs into soft and curving lines and applying eyebrow extensions. Mani-pedis re-envision nails in dozens of vibrant colors and designs, including pastels for Easter and binary code for Bill Gates’ birthday.
The Nails & More photo gallery explodes with more colors than a crayon box––but what's most impressive is the precision. Among the many literal thumbnail shots are tiny geometric shapes, repeating designs, as well as precisely applied solid shades for more subtle decoration. For long-lasting beauty, spa guests may also request durable Gelish polish, which can go up to two weeks without chipping.
Licensed massage therapist Kimberly M. Johnson employs seven different styles of kneads to release her clients’ physical and emotional tensions. An annual participant in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Kimberly knows firsthand that athletic movements—as well as day-to-day activities—can put a strain on the body’s muscles. She combines her knowledge of anatomy with a compassionate approach during 60- to 90-minute Swedish massages that unwind knotted muscle fibers with alternating pressures. Aside from this popular modality and its deep-tissue sibling, Kimberly targets athletic ailments with specialized sports massages and prepares muscles for mashing with warm, smooth stones placed along the back or hurled at spots of tension.