The friendly and professional staff at Atrium pampers the primp-poor with a wide range of salon and spa services for hair, skin, and nails. Smarten up sad strands with a cut ($11–$51+), color ($29–$59+) or dignify your digits with a lavish spa manicure ($29+) or pedicure ($55+). Inactive mermaids looking to lose inches can be enveloped in a Universal Contour Wrap ($75), which comprises a special sea clay solution to firm, tone, and detoxify within a single session. Fried faces can restore lushness by way of the deep-cleansing Le Grand Classique facial ($85), while misshapen muscles can be caressed back into properly formed Tetris pieces via a specialty massage ($71+). Your Groupon may be redeemed over the course of multiple visits.
Though Denise Dixon's touch is subtle, the permanent cosmetic effects she creates for her clients run the gamut from demure to dramatic. She fills in patchy eyebrows, infuses lips with a natural pink hue, and makes eyes pop with rims of charcoal eyeliner. As a licensed cosmetologist certified in permanent cosmetics, Denise wields her pigmentation tools with expertise and caters her services to each of her clients. In addition to standard makeup services, she can help reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, and alopecia.
For nearly two decades, Shear Reflection has reshaped hair and refined exteriors with a slate of client-tailored beauty services. By snipping unkempt ends, imbuing vibrant color, and lengthening locks with fusion extensions, the team of seven experienced stylists can turn everyday hair into a style that turns heads. Nails can find elegant transformation too—at the manicure station, a cosmetologist calls on six years of experience to shape nails, refine cuticles, and paint tips with seasonal hues or unique designs to blend in with off-limits cookie jars.
At A Divine Touch, massage therapist Tenisha Compton has myriad tools at her disposal, including hot stones, aromatherapy, and sets of cups. Although clients might be tempted to use the last one to toast to their great massages, they cups actually one of the instruments used to relax clients. Tenisha, who is certified in medi-cupping, heats the cups and places them mouth-down at strategic points along clients' backs and limbs. Like her signature Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages, these treatments helps melt muscular tension and stimulate circulation.
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Do you use any products or brands you're particularly proud of?
We use a products from the Caribbean Sea and from the Dead Sea.
How did you get started in the beauty industry?
I was a physical therapist before I became a massage therapist.