Nothing says "Sunday" like a relaxing day at the spa. The expert staff members at Like Sunday Salon and Spa aim to keep the ethos of their namesake through indulgent and relaxing services within the robin's-egg-blue salon. They cut and style hair into short, spiky pixie cuts or long box braids. The staff can also relax shoulders with a massage or cleanse faces with a facial.
Wildflowers Salon & Spa is a beauty emporium that will smooth and soothe whatever section of your surface area that aches for tending, from your freshly sore Olive Oyl tattoo to the love-bite scars from your pet gull. Because this deal can be applied to any of Wildflowers myriad services, you may have trouble deciding which parts of you should get special treatment. A customized organic medi facial ($65) will leave your skin looking its healthiest and youngest with a radiant glow. Expert aestheticians can jumpstart an Olympic swimming career with waxing services, such as a single treatment to the underarm ($25), brow/lip/chin combo ($30), and full leg ($55). Melt your muscles into buttery bliss with a 30-minute ($40) or 60-minute ($65) revitalizing massage. Wildflowers' professional stylists provide men's ($20) and women's ($32) haircuts. Feel free to combine services or choose a service over the value of this Groupon and pay the difference.
Helmed by master stylist April Covington, Trifecta Salon & Spa's team of stylists trims and styles undomesticated tresses into works of cranial art with a full menu of hair services. Shed unnecessary hair poundage and whittle face frames with a cut and finish for men ($20+) and women ($30+). Updos and specialty styles ($40+) ready head warmers for weddings, proms, or annual meetings of the fraternal order of air guitarists. Deep-conditioning ($10+) or detox treatments ($15+) moisturize and purify distressed locks, and a color retouch ($40+) matches undyed roots and grays with colored hairs for a blend as undetectable as an invisible man hiding in an airshaft.
The secret to long, healthy-looking hair may just be inside Creation's A New You Hair and Nail Gallery. Master stylist RaeJean specializes in extensions and healthy hair-growth plans and starts each service with a scalp and hair analysis to help clients optimize and enhance their natural strands. From there, she can smooth wayward waves with a shea-butter relaxer or add instant length with virgin Indian remy hair—one of her most-popular services. Available in black and dark brown, the hair comes in lengths of 12, 14, 18, and 20 inches and can be styled with everyday heating tools such as rollers, flat irons, or tiny handheld steamrollers. Aside from hair-addition services, RaeJean also enhances facial features with eyebrow shaping and coloring or eyelash extensions and helps complexions look as radiant as possible with makeup services and special treatments for dry skin.
A snip here, a touch of color there, and perhaps a relaxer to give the whole do a sleek shine. At Friends & Company Salon, friendly stylists accomplish these services and more in a comfortable yet chic studio environment. They do it all using quality products, too, from such brands as American Crew, Moroccanoil, and Wella. With a team of nail techs, Friends & Company can also put finishing touches on new looks with pampering spa pedicures.
Get your hair ready for fish-teasing season with a haircut and style ($35+) from one of Salon Urbanity's innovative stylists, or artificially infuse a sun-kissed look into your 'do with full foil highlights ($70+). You can also freshen up for an upcoming passport photo with a microdermabrasion treatment ($120+). Salon Urbanity's skilled technician will peel away the years by exfoliating the top microlayer of facial skin, leaving it looking refreshed and young enough to earn double-profiles from airport security, and an indulgent French manicure ($22+) will spiff up sorry fingernails. And if your new career in plantain farming has made your muscles tense and tightened, opt for a relaxating relaxation massage ($60 for 60 minutes) and feel troubles melt away like a dropped ice-cream cone in the Sahara.