At Churchill Salon and Spa, staffers are passionate about helping clients be their very best selves. They do this by transforming bodies with tanning services and restoring relaxation with therapeutic massages. Team members focus on faces during chemical peels, microdermabrasions, and makeup applications, which can prepare clients for special occasions or the rehearsals for those occasions. Clients can also get hair remodeled with cut and color treatments.
Girl Boutique outfits women and girls with the latest designs from fashion capitals like New York, Los Angeles, Italy, and Paris. The impressive inventory boasts a bevy of brands that will give your closet hangers a much-needed ego boost. Vestments by Michael Stars range from $34 to $148, and upscale swaddlings from Shoshanna sell from $98. Slip your stems into a new pair of jeans constructed by Dish ($72–$92) or Salsa ($109). Fashion expert and style extraordinaire Lori Guy ensures that no rack is left behind, stocking her store with tops, skirts, dresses, and accessories for all ages and occasions.
At Natural Nail Care Salon, manicures are both a soothing indulgence and a step toward healthier hands. The technicians conduct mani-pedi services for natural nails exclusively, grooming and buffing them with Swedish Mavala products that enhance nails' flexibility and strength. Just as the techs avoid artificial nails, their products eschew synthetics: Mavala formulas contain no harsh chemicals, and the salon's Essie and Zoya polishes are formaldehyde-free. Clients sit at a sprawling nail bar that seats up to nine for hand treatments, then retire to pedicure chairs, where stainless-steel foot tubs ensure clean soaks. The attention of the seasoned staff often ensures that polish stays bright for weeks on end, instead of flaking when anxious friends ask to borrow nails for biting.
Nails may be the salon's focus, but each technician also boasts an additional specialty. Salon owner Jessica Stannard channels her hairstyling background with cut, color, and texturizing treatments, and licensed aesthetician Amanda Ancell nourishes complexions. Amanda's facials and chemical peels use personalized combinations of products based on the client's skin type and conditions, and each treatment includes a massage to relieve muscular tension around the cheekbones. The spa menu also includes waxing, eyelash extensions, and permanent-makeup applications.
The nail technicians at Glamour Nails & Spa festoon hands and feet with manicures and pedicures. For a long-lasting look that's easier than super-gluing actual crayons to fingertips, they'll apply Shellac polish during manicures. The team also applies acrylic sets, and their 15 pedicure chairs ensure their ability to handle any sudden influxes of clients—they can give pedicures to three sets of pro-basketball starters at once.