January's Salon's namesake owner expertly oversees an encompassing array of hair and waxing services that utilize green-minded products to ensure earth-friendly environs. Tress-taming cuts for women ($45) and men ($25) include a consultation, coif cleansing, and five-minute scalp massage alongside a meticulous mane sculpt and savvy style. Guests can gussy up drab cranium capes with full ($90) or partial ($75) highlights, or rid hair of dry, scaly serpents with a conditioning repair session that hydrates and nourishes to beget a more lustrous nest for a tiara or baby sparrow ($25, or $30 with style).
Epic Tan & Body Zone augments and alters the skin with a variety of body services. Tanning packages allow guests to change their epidermal tones, whereas their tattoo artists can redecorate a small corner of skin. The shop can help shave off inches with detoxifying body wraps, and their massage services robe skin in a gentle assault of soft strokes. The team also welcomes guests to splurge on provisions such as lotion, eyewear, and jewelry, or opt for a body piercing to anger your overprotective uncle, who is an airport metal detector.
The licensed massage therapists at A Royal Touch inspire clients to bid adieu to quotidian stress and muscle tension. They use heated river rocks to enhance the therapeutic benefits of a massage and a vitamin-rich organic-coconut-oil scrub to nourish the skin or protect dashboard-based bobble dolls from sun damage. The team also offers detoxifying body wraps and relaxing packages designed for pairs or singles.
For 23 years, Adrienne—owner of Exotic Hair Designs by Adrienne—has trimmed, extended, and shaved hair as both a stylist and a barber. She continues to turn her shears to the hair of men, women, and children, sculpting ladies' hair to fit the latest trends or providing a gentle neck massage after a classic men's cut. With weave and glue, she affixes extensions to hair or eyelashes to create a naturally full look or add color and sparkle to unlikely places. She capably crafts even the most high maintenance styles for clients, including such dos as mohawks and full-neck lions’ manes.
A quick glance at Alexandra Bradley's curriculum vitae reveals an unstoppable passion for skincare: she has a master's degree in physical therapy with a specialty in medical aesthetics; she graduated with honors from the Ogle School; and she is certified by the state of Texas. In addition, as a native Brazilian, she transformed appearances by running a beauty center in her hometown of Belo Horizonte. Backed by her education and a cumulative 18 years of working with plastic surgeons and dermatologists in Brazil and the United States, Bradley clarifies and rejuvenates skin through a collection of skin therapies using pharmaceutical-grade and environmentally friendly products. With an advanced hyfrecator cauterization device, she successfully dispels veins and skin growths including skin tags, sun spots, moles, and ghost tails. She also uses advanced technologies during a collection of peels, which can deploy lasers to resurface the skin.
The skincare specialists at each independently owned and operated Facelogic follow the same mantra: to bring out the best in each client. To do this, the technicians work through a brief questionnaire and skin analysis to determine which of the menu?s 10-plus facials best suit each client's skin. Signature facials rely on Facelogic?s own Signature skincare line, which uses botanical-based formulas and advanced cosmetic and pharmaceutical combinations to cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize. The Elite facial covers skin with products from brands such as Peter Thomas Roth, ?minence, and Image Skincare. All facials include an arm-and-shoulder massage, and can be enhanced with a range of add-ons, including chemical peels and sonnets composed by the aesthetician.