Inside any of Hairdoctors Specialty Salons' five full-service locations, skilled aestheticians treat hair and nails with a range of pharmaceutical and natural services. They trim and style hair, perform keratin treatments, and color strands using crayons or ammonia-free dyes and cellophanes. The staff’s work extends beyond hair services via manicures and pedicures. Aestheticians also add to clients' existing hair with extensions—strands made from Remy or virgin Indian human hair and attached to scalps via weaving, taping, fusion, or gluing. Hairdoctors Specialty Salons also posts informative hair-extension FAQs on its website.
Most Popular Service: Massages
Brands Used: Bon Vital Lotion
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Please arrive 15 minutes early for your scheduled appointment.
People go to spas to forget about the outside world. How does your decor help create an atmosphere where visitors can unwind?
We have relaxing music in every room, live bamboo plants, and pastel colours on the walls. In addition to a peaceful and quiet atmosphere, clients enjoy the smell of cleanliness and scented candles.
Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job?
Making sure we attend to all of the needs of our customers.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We have the most upscale spa available for this price .
Over the course of his career, stylist George has revamped hair with a multitude of cuts, a spectrum of colors, and every length of hair extension. He uses his know-how to give clients a style that's bold and edgy or casual and everyday. Making his home at 1160 Hair, George administers his beauty services in a fantasy-themed environment, flecked with bushels of pink leaves hanging from the ceiling, gold-hued walls, and filigreed mirrors.
Pit Center, Day Spa and Therapy Center welcomes guests to relax within a tranquil setting with spa and weight-loss treatments. Certified massage-therapists soothe muscle aches and pains with pressure and kneading, while facial treatments cleanse and refresh pores. Other services include waxing, body treatments, nutritional consultation, and body shaping.
It's only 10 a.m., but it's teatime at Eden Spa. That's because a client has scheduled a green-tea stone massage, which involves relaxing muscles with heated stones that have been soaked in the rich liquid. The idea is that absorbing the tea will stimulate the body in the same way that drinking it can, leading the accompanying massage strokes to have a greater healing effect.
It seems the center will try all kinds of ingredients to lend its services oomph. Another massage uses bamboo sticks to promote circulation and relieve pain, and each skin treatment relies on a different cream or mask, from the sugar glow's honey-and-oil blend to the anti-wrinkle treatment's collagen extracts and horsetail (which is actually a plant and not what it sounds like: a story about a man who likes oats so much people call him "Horse").