Matthew Michael’s Salon & Spa carefully aims its beauty cannons at each customer who enters its doors, providing stress-relieving, beautifying salon services. Rest your face parts during a 30-minute nature facial, which uses high-quality, natural ingredients and is administered by certified specialists who will first analyze your skin and then recommend a plan of attack. After a consultation, a shampoo with a basic style will tend to your scalp growth while depressurizing the body's stress chambers with a relaxing scalp or hand massage.
It's possible that kids who got their first haircut at Clipper Salon & Spa more than 25 years ago are still getting their cuts there, as it's the same family-friendly salon it was back then. Today's team has more than a century of combined experience, which they put to work performing a wide variety of hair, nail, and skincare treatments. Of course, they've picked up new techniques over the years, with nail art reigning as one of their modern specialties. Technicians decorate acrylics with everything from intricate floral designs to social media logos, and can also treat feet to warm soaks and spa pedicures.
Back in the salon, stylists set to work mixing up custom color and designing updos for special-occasion clients. Barbers attend to men with hot towel shaves and a variety of cuts, including crew cuts, fades, long-hair styles, and more. A spa team helps clients complete their new look, performing everything from face and body waxing to facials and contouring treatments.
The hair, skin, and facial experts at Universal Day Spa skillfully pamper every man, woman, or lizard-person who walks into their spa. In the hair salon, clients can get their clips, receive a new color infusion, or enjoy texturing services such as perms and spiral wraps. Facial treatments include a fresh-scented lavender-mint facial with hydrating effects, an RS2 Relief facial with green tea, chamomile, and licorice for dilated
capillaries, congestion, blotchiness, and irritable skin, and a glycol acid peel that can lighten age
spots and reduce pores and fine wrinkles. Skin treatments include eye-renewal, back facials, and the Men's Executive facial, which is calibrated to reduce razor burn, sensitivity and folliculitis.
Top Cuts takes care of all matter of beauty and grooming concerns, from hair to faces to nails. Haircuts, highlights, and keratin-smoothing treatments are some of the services performed after consulting with clients, to best match services to their needs. Similarly, an aesthetician speaks with a customer to find out their facial concerns and tailor a treatment to their skin types. And Top Cut's skilled manicurists can create miniature masterpieces on nails with nail-art services, using OPI polishes.
Upon entering Reflections Spa-Salon, a sense of relaxation hits visitors like a gentle wave of perfectly softened, perfectly heated water. Quiet, cell phone-free hallways lead the way to treatment rooms, where aestheticians and massage therapists wait with the oils, skincare products, and soothing aromas that compose dozens of spa treatments. The aptly named " Couples Sail Away " is perhaps the best example of the level of pampering offered here. Over two hours, couples relax in a hydrating island bath made from pure coconut milk, soften their skin with light exfoliation and a hydrating wrap, and finish their blissful journey with a relaxation massage.
At Go Bare! a team of veteran aestheticians elevate their range of traditional spa and waxing services with a carefully curated collection of skincare products made both locally and around the globe. Their Belgian waxes are triple-filtered and infused with zinc and titanium dioxide to minimize redness after hair-removal sessions. For skin nourishment, aestheticians use a physician-developed line of epidermal elixirs hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, where they're made with vitamins and antioxidants. Locally made creams, meanwhile, boast 100% organic blends of mint and chocolate, or vanilla and honey, and are painted across freshly waxed skinscapes to soothe the aches that follow follicular uprooting.