Stylist Helena Huse works to bring out her clients' natural beauty with haircuts, single-process color, glazes, and face-framing highlights. In addition to her bevy of hair services enhanced with L’anza and Paul Mitchell products, Huse also offers body-contouring wraps designed to reduce the appearance of cellulite with a botanical, paraben-free cream formula.
Even the most inexperienced pizza architects can build-their-own slices of heaven using Marco's abundant arsenal of pizza toppings such as Italian sausage, mushrooms, pineapple, and anchovies. Scope out Marco's menu in person or try their easy online ordering system, which lets hungry web-crawlers specify the amount of cheese and sauce they'd like slapped on top of freshly baked crusts and homemade sauce. For a finishing touch, pair the edible masterpiece with a complimentary sprinkle of crust seasoning or a side of Ranch dressing. Marco's oven overseers are able to prepare pizzas in 15 minutes upon request, providing a quick solution for feeding hungry packs of ninjas, turtles, and ninja-turtle hybrids.
If your last haircut left you underwhelmed or prone to spontaneous weeping in front of mirrors, it's time to visit Max Rich. He always pays careful attention to his clients' needs and hair concerns before picking up his scissors. When it is time for him to snip, though, he's confident his clients will leave pleased with the results. Along with cuts, color, and highlights, he'll also trim men's beards or staches or provide waxing services to help women rid faces of unwanted hairs.
Massage modalities such as myofascial release, trigger-point therapy, and prenatal massage are all practiced by the massage therapists at Heart n Soul Massage Guroux. They also stage a couples-massage workshop, where attendees can learn how to give and receive relaxing Swedish massages while writing flawless cursive with their left hand. To support the community, the staff gives discounted massages to teachers to show appreciation for their work.
Owner LeeAnna Gibbs is a licensed massage therapist, but she likes to think of herself as a massage mixologist. This is a term she coined as a head nod to her own mixology massage service—a two-hour muscle-melter incorporating deep-tissue, Swedish, and hot-stone techniques to sideline chronic tension. Though this intensive treatment is her specialty, guests may also solicit these techniques individually during therapeutic 60- and 90-minute installments.