The aesthetic professionals at Salon Elizabeth treat skincare as an art as well as a science, wielding advanced products from Rep?chage, Cellex-C, DermaQuest Skin Therapy, and glo therapeutics. Over the span of two decades, the staff has cultivated a peaceful environment in which to perform skin-revitalization treatments and break the news to their parents that MTV no longer plays music videos. In private treatment rooms, they help clients erase signs of aging with medical therapies such as IPL photo-facials, biosonic microdermabrasion, and alpha-hydroxy acid peels, as well as spa therapists such as European, herbal-enzyme, and vitamin C-infused anti-aging facials. They also tone whole bodies with seaweed wraps, tangerine-lavender scrubs, infrared sauna sessions, and therapeutic massages.
Tina Emmons is a certified CND technician, as well as an expert in Shellac and color layering with long-lasting Gelish brand products. Her nail menu is diverse, ranging from restorative mani-pedis to acrylic and custom nails in more then 50 varieties. Tina also invents completely new colors through her signature layering techniques, such as atomic peacock, naughty bride, and the less popular downtrodden groom.
Whenever possible, Ciana Salon and Day Spa's staff use natural products, from their Aveda hair-color products to body treatments infused with Dead Sea salts and seaweed. In the salon area, stylists consult with clients to determine the best cut and color to suit their predilections. They then coat manes with Aveda color products packed with sunflower, castor, and jojoba plant oils to protect hair while tinting it and making it indistinguishable from many gardens. The stylists also lengthen locks with Great Lengths extensions made from 100% human hair for a natural look. On the spa side of the business, aestheticians keep to the natural theme by enhancing facials with marine and plant extracts and energizing tourmaline minerals. They also offer treatments that fight the visibility of aging, such as custom-blended TCA skin peels and microdermabrasion with exfoliating microcrystals. The aestheticians further pamper clients by rendering body wraps packed with rosemary and peppermint, as well as hot- and cool-stone massages, which, hypothetically, would lose to paper massages.
The nail artists at Pinkies Nail Salons might be partial to a certain color of polish, but they always listen to their clients first. So whether your preferred shade is pink or deep crimson?or whether you want a french manicure, silk wraps, or acrylics, for that matter?they're happy to make your vision a reality. It helps, of course, that they keep a veritable rainbow of OPI and Essie polishes in stock. And yet, as impressive as they are, nail services aren't the only treatments to be had at Pinkies. The salon also offers a range of waxing services, as well as stylish tinting for eyelashes and eye windows.
Bristles brush against the skin, agitating dead cells and tickling the cheeks while a vacuum simultaneously sucks up the freed flakes. After the exfoliation, a customized paraben-free solution is applied to your skin. This is the DermaSweep system, which aesthetician Victoria Spitters uses to treat fine lines, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and dehydration, all while being gentle to sensitive skin. In addition to rejuvenating faces, Victoria also waxes away unwanted hair.