Emily Boyd at The Swanky Scissor dedicates herself to beauty. She can add expressivity to lashes with extensions or team up with other stylists to offer haircuts and color applications. She can even call upon Paul Mitchell products to condition locks leaving them healthy and shiny.
At Aesthetically Yours by LaJuana, the spa's namesake practitioner enhances exteriors with a selection of skin, body, and nail treatments. Those looking for epidermal fixes can opt for a facial or a peel harvested from sugar cane, and paraffin baths and body waxing leave skin smoother than a butter sculpture of the Guggenheim. LaJuana can also decorate digits with an array of methods, from simple coats of OPI polish to intricate applications of fiberglass or gel overlays.
Marilyn Nelson kneads her way through bunched up muscles and painful areas on her clients at Life Acceleration. She varies her strokes from gentle and gliding to deeper pressure depending on each client’s ailment. Using a special technique called reflexology, she applies pressure to specific points on the feet that correlate to other parts of the body—aiding in healing and resulting in the occasional birth of a new super power.
Co-owners Jaclyn Beighle and Tiffany Brown use their beauty expertise to take care of all hair and skin issues. They cut and color hair on men, women, and Cabbage Patch Kids in need of a makeover. They also remove unwanted hair from the face and body with warm wax. On the spa side of the business, facials refresh mugs, and massages loosen knotted muscles.
At X-treme Salon, master stylists sculpt 'dos at six modern booths equipped with hair-washing sinks. They cut women's, men's, and kids' hair, and specialize in color and color-correction treatments. In this place of respite and relaxation, they welcome clients to linger for pampering mani-pedis and gentle facial-waxing enhancements.