As a clinical aesthetician for more than 25 years, Deborah Berry has seen every skin problem under the sun. Inside Trends Salon, she devises custom skincare regimens for each of her clients, whether they need to shrink enlarged pores, clear up acne, or erase fine lines. Like a reversible tuxedo, Deborah is versatile. Her approach includes facials, chemical peels, and LED light therapy treatments. She even has a host of waxing, body trimming, and other grooming services specifically for men.
Like any small business owner, Ofella Slater started out small. She always loved makeup, and her natural talent with the makeup brush was so evident it inspired family and friends to constantly seek her help as they prepared for big events. That hobby soon turned into a professional calling, and before long Ofella found herself doing makeup for brides and fashion shows??when she wasn't busy strutting the catwalk herself, that is. Her modeling career hasn't gotten in the way of her work at O Spa Salon though??in fact, it gives her a keen understanding of what it feels like to be both in front of and behind the camera, allowing her to build a rapport with the teens, brides, and everyday clients that sit in her makeup chair. She even leads comprehensive makeup lessons where she shows clients the colors and techniques that look best on them and invites clients to bring their home makeup bag so that she may pinpoint which items should stay and which should be cannoned into space.
Ofella and her aestheticians know that makeup is no replacement for healthy skin, and so they offer a slew of skincare services. Ranging from chemical peels to advanced hydrafacials, each and every treatment's goal is to revivify worn down skin or maintain naturally healthy complexions using nourishing ingredients such as pumpkin and vitamin C, as well as advanced tools such as microdermabrasion. To complete head to toe transformations, O Spa Salon also offers hair styling, tanning, and nail services and employs a licensed massage therapists who kneads away stress with five different styles of bodywork.
The pumpkin refresher, the pineapple express, and the green tea are just a few items on menu—but they aren't drinks. They’re specialized, nourishing facials offered at Jolie Skin & Body Care, nestled inside of Buschi Salon. During skincare treatments, which include body waxing and tinting in addition to decadent facials, customization comes first. Aestheticians take inventory of unique skin-type needs before launching any chosen procedure, ensuring that clients leave the spa feeling more beautiful than the day they wore a half-geode as a bike helmet. Massage therapists also personalize treatments, which may revolve around Swedish, sports, or shiatsu core techniques.
Today’s side deal treats customers to Sass full standard eyelash extensions, durable lashes that bond to a client’s natural eyelash line. The Sass treatment applies 45 lashes to each eye for a fuller appearance that adds smokiness and intrigue to any subtle glance. Cradle eyeballs in soft, luxurious lashes that stand up against showers, swimming, and the reciprocated eye batting of winsome pedestrians.
Amid the advanced stylists of Tangles Salon, aesthetician Nikki Garland keeps clients' complexions beautiful and bright with custom skincare treatments. After a consultation to determine each client’s skin type and favorite Richard Gere film, Garland designs an appropriate regimen of cleansing, steaming, moisturizing, masking, and massaging to alleviate troubles ranging from dry skin to acne.
Owner, aesthetician, and skincare devotee Brandi Colton oversees Capricious' staff of beauty pros, whose areas of expertise run the gamut of skin pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, facials, and waxing. Bathed in light from a sparkling chandelier, customers rise from the lobby's zebra-print chairs as staffers lead them to private treatment rooms, where soft lighting and fresh flowers inject an air of tranquility into each facial, chemical peel, and massage. For the uninitiated, the free skin bar lets customers befriend their own skin therapist, who will perform a face analysis and dole out free samples of AcquaCures and Dermalogica products as heaps of steaming towels serve to open pores and perfectly cook clients made of broccoli.