The aesthetic professionals at House of Beauty beautify bodies through threading, waxing, facials, henna designs, and a passel of other services. Threading, a House of Beauty specialty, uses the tension between two coiled strings to deftly extract unwanted hair, including the extra-fine strands that dodge waxing with eel-like reflexes—nimble aestheticians can reshape eyebrows ($8), a favorite thread-target, in five to seven minutes. Spa treatments such as the one-hour European facial ($50) can pamper peaked visages, and painted henna tattoos ($5+) shimmy up hands and feet to be-filigree appendages and add glamour to rock, paper, scissors tournaments. All locations except the Moreno Valley Mall and Temecula Mall locations cut and color hair, a useful service for pretending to be one's own evil twin.
The tanning experts at Sun Shy Airbrush Tanning help clients develop beach-ready bronze skin with airbrush-applied mists of tanning solution. The staff uses different formulas based on each client's current skin condition and preferred outcome, with solutions designed to cultivate both light, sun-kissed looks and full-bodied, dark tans.
From inside Hair Brokers of Redlands, stylist Anne Patras keeps strands shiny and strong with an array of treatments. She snips away split ends and lavishes strands with Alice’s 100% Natural Herbal Hair Oil for a healthier appearance. During color treatments, Anne adds multitonal dimension with highlights and corrects brassy hues. Anne’s other specialty is permanent makeup, with which she can simulate eyebrow hair for a 3-D look.
Dr. Ben Childers oversees Sheer Beauty Medical Skincare, a clinic dedicated to helping clients look their best. Licensed aestheticians perform a range of beauty treatments, including chemical peels, laser hair removal, and Botox fillers—all using high-grade equipment. The platelet-rich-plasma vampire facial uses blood to promote healing and collagen production in damaged skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and sun spots.
Alexis Victoria Salon & Spa's friendly, talented stylists snip and style tresses and smooth them with frizz-defeating blowouts. During the course of 60 to 90 hair-focused minutes, mane mavens shampoo away any oil or grime latched to locks before dicing them into a fresh new style with expert skills usually reserved for building sand castles of Marie Antoinette's wig. Stylists then slather strands in Paul Mitchell’s Awapuhi Wild Ginger Keratriplex treatment, infusing them with a blend of strengthening and moisturizing proteins, which improve hair's luster and the ability to support tightrope walkers for approximately six weeks. An optional eyebrow waxing treatment strips stray bristles from arches, concluding the pampering session.