Rick's Pro Truck Tire and Wheel Supercenter has been serving the greater Jackson Area for over 20 years. We pride our self on customer service and offering the very best name brand truck accessories.. Come by and visit our friendly staff and learn more about our product and we will help make " Your Truck A Statement"
It's quiet in Aqua the Day Spa. No cell phones or pagers are allowed to remain active in either of the two locations, so all you hear is your pulse slowing to a steady, soothing beat and the tiny noises made as expert hands open bottles of designer beauty products. Open since 1998, owners Susan and Ralph Barnette struck the right, Enya-like chord in 2003, when they first earned the title of Best Day Spa in the Jackson Free Press's annual "Best Of" roundup. The team of aestheticians and massage therapists have swept that title every year since, deflating the competition in proportion to lifting spirits. Paraben-free Skin Authority and scented Tokyomilk tonics nourish skin with vitamin-rich Moroccan clay and soothing mango, or exfoliate dead cells with bamboo salves scented with ylang-ylang. The staff's nimble hands blend these into custom treatments, including those to combat aging and the strange shadows creeping over men's skin, and work aromatherapeutic elixirs into muscles with nine different massage modalities. OPI and Shellac nail polish transform hands and feet into fashion accessories, a project helped along by smoothing wax.
Wares from brands including Joe's Jeans and Liz Henry parade along Apricot Lane's shelves. The shop's staff stays savvy to fashion trends in order to help outfit fashionistas with threads ranging from shimmering shirts to straightforward dresses ($44–$100) inside exposed-brick walls, awash with warm lighting. A rainbow of tops ($28+) highlight upper halves with a variety of textures and cuts, and Miss Me jeans, designed exclusively for the store, add a unique touch to ensembles without the risks of a social-security-number monogram. Though the boutique's selection varies according to the season and international denim crops, patrons may don accessories including guitar-pick necklaces and a smorgasbord of shoes.
Alyssa Farmer opened Lace Bridal Boutique in August 2011 to help brides-to-be envision their big day with designer dresses and gorgeous accessories. Relying on an attention to detail, Alyssa and her consultants give soonlyweds one-on-one attention as they search for the perfect feather fascinators, rhinestone earrings, and veils. Their expert eyes rove over guests as they don sample dresses from designers such as Mikaella and Paloma Blanca. The shop's chandelier light casts a lambent glow that glints off the gowns and glittering accessories and illuminates chocolate-colored walls and pristine white trim.
Alyssa also curates a bedazzled selection of special occasion dresses—including looks from MacDuggal, Tony Bowls, and Sherri Hill—which wrap physiques in perfect style for prom, homecoming, or a date with a candelabra.
Bursting with deluxe gifts and fine paper products, Jodie Badon helps customers prep for birthday bashes, baby showers, engagement parties, and other festive events. Replace flowerpots made of solidified air pollution with recycled-glass vases ($5–$60), or make pudgie pies over campfires of candles by Lafco ($20–$55), Illume ($10–$45), and Seda France ($15–$50). Shoppers seeking gifts for graduations, bat mitzvahs, and puppy weddings may choose from a wide selection of Vera Bradley stationery and handbags ($12+), travel accessories, and items for outdoor entertaining. Elegant invitations ($0.75+ each) impress potential guests and set the tone for successful events. Jodie Badon’s resident stamp-lickers will ship purchases anywhere in the U.S., and its nimble cashiers will mask any item in fancy gift-wrap free of charge.