Owner Heather Jobe mixes and matches an arsenal of beauty techniques, choosing the combination of treatments that will help each client look their best. The licensed aesthetician uses FDA-approved microcurrent technology during Beautiful Image services, which also include facial and body sculpting. During the Beautiful Image facial, she combines microcurrent with facial reflexology and acupressure to reduce the appearance of cellulite and wrinkles, tighten sagging skin, and clear up acne and rosacea. She uses the same technology to target specific zones around the body, reducing cellulite and toning muscle during the Beautiful Image body-sculpting and toning treatment. Alternative treatments include facials that utilize a steam exfoliation and purifying mask, or back treatments that cleanse pores and draw out impurities using only a seaweed mask and a human-size centrifuge.
There's room for both clinical and creature comforts at The Skin Bar. Kristi Sims, the licensed aesthetician and owner, blends the two in her results-oriented approach to skin care. For example, she adds a massage to her facials, or a calming mask, in order to relax the spirits while cleansing and nourishing complexions. When it comes to skin-care tech, she deploys peels and microdermabrasions to combat imperfections such as wrinkles or acne. Her menu also features waxing and tinting. To build a well-rounded team, The Skin Bar's staff includes a licensed massage therapist. The LMT delivers massages that can help folks recover from the aches that come with hunching over a computer or the stress of trying to sharpen a pencil in a USB port.
Overhead paper lanterns cast a honey glow on the salon's brown velvet sofas and modern ceramic artwork. This contemporary vibe complements the cutting-edge talent of the staff, which has earned Fringe a spot on Elle magazine's list of top 100 salons in the nation. A skilled stylist can perform a simple bang trim, or go all out with a custom scissor cut and Goldwell color highlights. Guests can also request other beautifying services such as spray tanning, nailcare, and facial waxing to nix unwanted hair.
At Arkansas Body Mechanics Wellness Spa, the team believes that athleticism doesn't just require workouts?it requires balanced workouts. The trainers therefore hew to a "Wellness Circle" model, which breaks on total wellness, wholeness, balance and relaxation. This framework informs all the center's fitness classes, which cover modalities such as Zumba and tai chi.
At Prevail Day Spa, Amanda Yarbrough calls on more than six years of experience and gentle, natural beauty serums to revitalize her clients’ skin. She treats pores to products from Éminence Organic Skin Care, a line that avoids harmful chemicals and animal byproducts in favor of fresh fruit pulps, exotic spices, and a hug in every bottle. A lineup of facials addresses nearly any skin concern, helping to tighten sagging skin or lessen hyperpigmentation. In addition to restoring skin cells, Yarbrough purges unwanted hair with a 100% natural sugar serum, and she gives eyes an aesthetic boost with lash and brow tinting. Many of the products that Yarbrough uses are hypoallergenic and chemical-free so that the most sensitive skin can benefit from her services.
The depilation artists at Brow Art 23's boutique produce carefully sculpted eyebrows and perform precision threading and waxing services. During their signature eyebrow-threading services, the boutique's technicians wield two threads over fuzzy body surfaces to pull out fine hairs or sculpt fuzz into neat shapes quickly and effortlessly. Their arsenal of eyebrow-pampering products also includes angled eyebrow brushes, stencils, and makeup to glam up bland brows and keep new looks fresh at home. Threading can also be done on other parts of the body besides the face, leaving any area smooth or remaining hair formed into the name Denise. The boutique also offers henna tattoos and eyelash extensions, rounding out its suite of beautifying services.