Contrary to popular belief, Monkey Bizness Salon and Day Spa is not filled with monkeys. Instead, highly trained stylists and nail technicians tackle beauty issues with ease. They cut hair into trendy styles or add more depth with highlights. Fingers and toes command attention during mani-pedis that cover them in vibrant nail polish hues and long-lasting Shellac polish.
From inside I Do Nalz’s family-operated space, seasoned nail tech Patricia deftly trims, shapes, and paints nails with bright shades of polish or long-lasting CND Shellac. Her focus on safe hygiene practices ensures fingers and toes are only treated with disposable, freshly sanitized, or newly hatched tools.
At Thrift Beauty Supply, nail technician Caryn uses tiny clippers to trim finger- or toenails. To hydrate delicate fingers, she dips hands in paraffin, a warm wax that softens hands while making stubborn palms more receptive to drastic lifeline changes.
Inside Nails by Linda, light from ornate chandeliers sets aglow the wheatgrass-green walls, fuchsia orchids, and a print of Biscaretti?s iconic 1925 Anisetta Evangelisti. As Biscaretti?s jovial chimp lifts his glass in perpetuity, Linda Smith attends to each client personally, bringing each of her 18 years as a nail technician to the table, prettifying digits with specialty manicures and pedicures. Guests leave the salon with their favorite hues or stroll out with Shellac manicures that resist chips more diligently than a militant dietitian.
Aesthetician Linda Smith knows how to help skin recover from environmental toxins and sun exposure and look its natural, radiant self. At Monkey Bizness, she tends to skin with facials, LED therapy, and raindrop therapy. Natural sugaring furnishes gentle hair removal, and the VascuTouch system helps reduce the appearance of spider veins and the skin tags that reveal bodies' original prices.