Licensed aesthetician Barbara Calebaugh erases years on mugs and gently combats skin problems such as acne, rosacea, and eczema using chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and ultrasound treatments. She also decorates fresh slates by applying permanent eyeliner to lids and fake lashes to existing fringe.
Bombshell Beauty Salon is a full service Pin-up themed salon. Offering Haircuts, Color, Highlights, Smoothing Treatments, formal, makeup, manicures. and anything else you may need. We strive to make every woman feel like a Bombshell.
Diamond dust might sound like something movie stars brush off their furniture, but at A Beautiful Reflection & Day Spa, owner Kerry Strickland knows better. She uses the dust to exfoliate her clients' skin during diamond dermabrasion treatments, polishing away fine lines and light acne scars without aluminum oxide crystals, which can be irritating to the skin. But the results aren't dependent on diamonds alone—Kerry and her team of aestheticians carefully analyze and question each patron's complexion before and after each facial, chemical peel, or other exfoliating treatment, and then point the way toward Dermalogica products best suited to the patron’s particular problems.
Not content to limit their expertise to faces, the team at A Beautiful Reflection also offers custom hairstyles, nail services, and waxing to help clients feel better about what they see––or don't see––in the mirror. The salon's Bronze Biologic spray tans provide a finishing touch to any makeover and use a nontoxic, fast-drying formula to help bodies achieve a sun-kissed glow without taking the sun to dinner and a movie first.
A licensed cosmetologist and second-degree black belt, owner Suprena Clark divides her time between styling hair and leading self-defense classes inside Fusion Studios' full-size mixed-martial-arts ring. While her staff of cosmetologists groom heads and tattoo artists ornament bodies, Suprena often leads Zumba and martial-arts classes inside the ring, which takes up about half the studio's space. When she isn't teaching others how to perform ax kicks, Suprena spends her time behind a styling chair, chopping off dead ends and punching up hairdos with splashes of color.
At her salon chair in Unique Hair Design, hairstylist Lasalette Oliveira helps reinvent each client's personal style alongside a talented, fashion-savvy staff that keeps track of the latest trends. Lasalette overhauls outer appearances with haircuts, blowouts, deep-conditioning treatments, and ombre coloring. With the help of styling products from Paul Mitchell and Moroccan Oil, she remodels curls, bangs, and parrot's nests. She also performs bridal services to help prepare brides-to-be and their friends for a big day under the altar and in front of the cameras.
Today, it's undeniable: Jazzercise is a worldwide empire, spanning more than 1,800 locations and 32,000 weekly classes across the globe. It's also hip; gone are the leotards and legwarmers of the 1980s, replaced with a high-intensity blend of cardio, strength training, kickboxing and power yoga performed to hits by chart-toppers from Shakira to Justin Timberlake. The class formats, which vary according to different toning goals, are just as diverse as the program's move set, with recent additions such as Fusion, Core, and Strike broadening the workouts' variety and application. Instructors cultivate a noncompetitive atmosphere where all exercisers are welcome regardless of age, build, or fitness background. This sense of community keeps Jazzercise devotees coming back, but so too do the results; benefits ranging from weight loss and boosted core strength to increased flexibility and stress relief.
Jazzercise's continued success can be traced to the innovation of its founder, Judi Sheppard Missett. While teaching jazz dance in the 1960s, she decided to step away from tradition by offering an experimental class that allowed her students to simply dance without the judgment of mirrors or the constraints of rigid technique. Little did she know that this “just for fun” class was the prototype for what would become the Jazzercise sensation.