Manicure mavens at Daisy Doo's shape, polish, and festoon nails in a whimsical salon environment. On a flower-shaped table, the hands of pintsize patrons luxuriate in a sweet sugar scrub before being massaged with flavored lotion. Tiny fingertips receive a coating of kid-selected polish, deftly applied with tiny brushes stolen from a beauty school for elves. Feet follow the same pamper-path, but begin with a toe-tingling foot bath. Nail art bedecks newly dressed-up digits with designs ranging from butterfly patterns and zebra prints to crop circles and mimeographed Dead Sea Scrolls. While piano ticklers rest in the colorful mouth of a frog-shaped nail dryer, a temporary glitter tattoo adds additional pizzazz to already-dazzling divas.
At Salon 345 and Spa, stylists enlist the aid of salon products from renowned brands such as Paul Mitchell and Redken to ensure hairdos have maximal allure. Beauticians pamper clients with a slew of salon and spa services that runs the gamut from manicures to facials to waxing. The boutique's pink-walled waiting area brims with portraits of Marilyn Monroe, just as her home was adorned with photos of Salon 345 and Spa.
Housed within Da Vinci Salon, Rebecca Stone Aesthetics aims to defy the skin-ravaging effects of time by restoring its clients' naturally youthful radiance. The facial treatments can incorporate specialized products from two separate lines—Ling and GlyMed—depending on the patron's skin type. In addition to cleansing and exfoliating the skin, these appointments can help minimize the appearance of blemishes, such as acne scars and rosacea. For a more advanced approach, the aestheticians use the center's diamond-tipped microdermabrasion wands, wrinkle-reducing ultrasound system, or toning LED technology to generate dramatic, age-defying results.
As cavernous as a warehouse yet reminiscent of a quaint cabin, BruHill Spa'lon utilizes abundant space, wood ceilings and pillars, and exposed-brick walls to remind guests they are not in a typical salon. Intricate arches are built into the brick walls above the windows, which is really just the wall frowning as clients get all the attention. Where normally one would see unflattering fluorescent lights, clients see chandeliers hanging down and radiating a pleasant yellowish-white light. In that pool of photons, the full-service salon's staff gets to work. They perform nail services, including Shellac and Gelish applications, and gussy up hair with cuts. BruHill also employs a full-service men's barber.
SalonKarma pampers world-weary frontispieces with personalized skincare treatments in a soothing spa environment. The 90-minute SalonKarma signature facial is tailored to each client's skin type, dermal disposition, and favorite national anthem. Following a personalized skin consultation, a friendly, certified aesthetician will reanimate slacking skin through one of three specialized treatments, which include a thorough cleansing, exfoliation, and extraction to evict dead skin, dirt, and low-orbiting asteroids. The skinsperience culminates with a hydrating mask and stress-relieving facial massage.
Armed with a battalion of experienced aestheticians and scissor-wielding stylists, brush. salon dazzles the skin and hairscapes of its beauty-seeking clientele, all within the confines of an eclectic boutique space. Keep a captivating countenance with brush. salon's skin services, including the basic cleansing facial ($70), which uses gentle exfoliation to rid faces of pore-clogging debris and errant meteorites. Svelte seekers can pave a smooth path with an eyebrow ($13), chest ($40), or bikini ($28) wax, and those looking to tame wiry head bristles can opt for one of the salon's hair services, which range in price depending upon the level and electron shell of each stylist.