Seasoned aesthetician Debra Andrus customizes a full slate of skincare services, such as waxing sessions, permanent-makeup applications, and state-of-the-art HydraFacials, to beautify epidermal landscapes. During treatments, Andrus' team eschews over-the-counter cosmetics for professional, all-natural products from brands such as Jane Iredale and Osmosis Skincare. Wrinkles Away Skincare is also home to a licensed massage therapist who uses several modalities—including hot- and cold-stone therapy and bamboo techniques—along with a cadre of catchy protest slogans to oust tyrannous tension from backsides.
Luanne Green and the team at Permanent Makeup Artistry and Restoration Massage work to help beauty stand the test of time by offering a range of permanent and semipermanent cosmetic procedures. They imbue faces with lasting beauty during permanent-makeup appointments, as well as airbrush-makeup sessions that apply cosmetics via a fine mist. Luanne and her team work with myriad shades, and allow clients to custom-blend their own colors for looks that are as personalized as monogrammed bathrobes. The staffers can also remove unwanted tattoos with saline or fade products, or reduce the appearance of scars with micropigmentation color camouflage or dermarolling.
First Impressions Salon.Spa's team of aestheticians cares for all skin and hair types with services backed by name-brand products, including eco-friendly line Pevonia. During facials, the brand's cruelty-free creams and masks infuse faces with natural ingredients, helping to correct skin suffering from acne or dullness and leaving it as silky smooth as an R&B crooner on a zamboni joyride. Massage therapists soothe tension with kneading styles that incorporate aromatherapy or hot stones, and hairstylists soothe strands with styling tonics from Redken and Sexy Hair. The salon services incorporate everything from simple bang trims and partial foils to Brazilian blowouts that swathe frizzy tresses in a protective layer of protein to calm frizz and keep hair from snacking between meals.
Hi my name is Krista Dirks, I have been a hair stylist for over 12 years now, and have worked at Alexanders premier salon and spa for 10 years. I love what I do and am a perfectionist with my work and take it very seriously. I ensure all my clients are completely satisfied with the end result of my work.
It's oft said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but Lindsey Coleman does her best to transfer it from her eye to her clients' bodies. Coleman honed her skills in the Forth Worth beauty dojo known as Ogle School Hair, Skin, & Nails before bringing her suite of skills to Legacy Salons and Day Spa. Though Coleman offers some hair-focused services such as eyelash extensions or waxing, her main focus remains the skin. She reduces pore size, banishes wrinkles, and infuses the body's largest organ with essential nutrients through a variety of delivery systems, ranging from facials to body scrubs and wraps. Like the sun, Coleman's even capable of darkening the skin with her airbrush tans or fusing hydrogen into helium with her hair dryer.
Krystal Dees of Lashes & Locks wields her styling expertise over curly and straight hair, and every texture in between. She sets to work in a salon and spa that, in addition to offering hair treatments, also provides clients with skin care services such as facials, body wraps, and tanning. To cap off new looks, the team applies mink and synthetic extensions to eyelashes, drawing attention to faces and away from vestigial tails.