Not only do Good to Glow’s tanning artists mist clients in a natural-looking golden hue, they do it with an all-natural, organic solution. It’s also gluten- and paraben-free, while their signature, skin-nourishing Glam Tans can also help fight signs of aging or create slimmer appearances. Besides coating figures in-studio, the team hosts on-site spray tanning parties, as well, replete with champagne and rock candy, ideal for bridal showers and private parties.
Total Tan offers all-season solutions for transforming dull dermises into blissfully sun-kissed skin suits. For traditional bed and booth tanning, choose from a radiant array of artificial, cleanly sun pods to build your glow from palest amber to Midas-pawed gold. Or heat-shy coloration seekers may prefer UV-free Mystic spray tanning, which blankets the body in a fine mist to achieve effortless bronzing.
Licensed cosmetologist Kimberly Salt has refined her pampering skills for more than 20 years. These days, at Kimberlily Creek, she showcases her talents by beautifying and relaxing customers with light-stylings and spa-style treatments, including facial waxing, Reiki massage, and her Natural Manicures. In addition to bundling these services to ready brides for their big day, Kimberly doubles as an ordained minister, and happily officiates ceremonies with pre-written or customized vows and scripts. Besides nuptials, Kimberly hosts plenty all-female parties for Pure Romance, an adult-oriented shop that supplies women with everything from lingerie to soothing lotions.
As Andrew’s Hair Salon’s stylists cut, color, and shape tresses, they pay careful attention to achieving customers’ desired looks—just as they did when the salon opened its doors in 1964. Since then, the hairstyling industry has changed, but an emphasis on continuing education ensures that these stylists stay at the cutting edge of hair trends and techniques. Andrew’s Hair Salon also offers expert facial waxing services, keeping eyebrows shaped and upper lips and chins smooth to help clients impersonate wax mannequins at Madame Tussauds.