About Face touts a wide selection of blushing basics and eye essentials in a boutique teeming with skincare and cosmetic creations crafted by more than 25 brands. Mineral makeup by Bare Escentuals harnesses natural ingredients in the form of a blemish-cloaking foundation that feigns a powdery guise but feels like a cream and tastes like tiramisu ($25). A healthy dusting of Nars blush ($27.50) plumps timid cheekbones and transforms lackluster visages into bashful beauties. Smashbox eye shadow ($23) imposes bright colors across ocular shades to ensure that peepers remain the center of attention amidst a flock of prize-winning peacocks. In addition to makeup products, About Face also carries a bouquet of skincare necessities and olfactory-rousing fragrances from the likes of Juicy Couture.
Stop by Subway for a fresh twist on the simple sammie.
Subway's menu features a little something for everyone, even those who prefer vegan, low-fat and gluten-free options.
No need to be formal, business casual will pass.
The restaurant has catering services as well.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Subway.
Head on over to Subway first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Subway is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
At Tangles Hair Extensions, Kellie Smith transforms short haircuts into long, flowing tresses, bypassing the years that natural growth would take. She stocks clip-in and bonded extensions in hundreds of colors, as well as attention-grabbing feather extensions. Kellie, a stylist with 18 years of experience, also trims hair into chic styles and tames frizz with Brazilian blowouts.
At Rochelle's Salon & Spa, rejuvenation and renewal are status quo. Professional stylists revamp appearances with a slew of hair services, while estheticians envelop clients in body wraps or guide them to an infrared health center sauna. Afterwards, guests can put the finishing touches on their new looks with waxing, tanning, and teeth-whitening services.
Cleopatra's Health and Wellness Spa's multitalented director, Monica Janus—a renowned folk and ballroom dancer, certified aesthetician, and massage therapist—leads an army of beauty experts in treating clients like royalty. Staffers present pre- and post-treatment beverages such as a Polish mineral tonic or goji juice, prepping guests for pampering with a comfortable robe and slippers. A Hydrotone thermal capsule hosts various body treatments and baths including the Isis purification mud bath, which aims to alleviate arthritis or injuries from transporting oversize limestone chunks. The team caters to youngsters with a kids' menu of pintsize spa services, and aestheticians can dye eyebrows or lashes using the age-old process of henna application. Inspired by ancient traditions, the spa appropriately boasts golden-plated pillars, colorful paintings of Egyptian deities, and bas-relief hieroglyphics that warn patrons of the dangers of wearing too much eyeliner.
Vacationers can enjoy a couples massage before renting the facility's motel or cabin rooms to celebrate a special occasion. An array of fitness and dancing classes such as swing, country, and five levels of children's ballet keep out-of-town guests and local residents entertained.