In as little as 12 minutes, patrons can bronze their bodies in Tanning Haven’s Matrix bed. It is outfitted with more than 22,000 watts and six facial tanners. Less intense tanning options, such as base beds and standup beds, are also available and allow clients to relax for up to 25 minutes each session. For those wanting a glow sans UV rays, an airbrush tan or dip in a bath of melted pennies does the trick.
Tangles offers a full range of hair services, as well as massage, waxing, and nail beauty-bolstering treatments. If your noodle nest needs a summery glow, Tangles will highlight it ($50+). If you don't like the way your noodles swirl together in their nest, Tangles can cut them ($20+ for women's haircut and $15+ for men) or reswirl them in a way that makes you feel content ($60+ for a perm). If your noodle nest already makes you feel content, Tangles will give you a manicure (starting at $20), pedicure (starting at $30), or one-hour massage ($60) to make your fingers, toes, and back content enough to match your highly contented hair. And, if you have a noodle nest where you shouldn't have a noodle nest, Tangles will wax it away ($10 for eyebrows).
Boasting an atmosphere of wavy mirrors and cozy pedicure chairs, Nail Stop’s full-service shop keeps finger armor looking healthy and clicking countertops with style. The french-tip gel manicure coats finger hats in a durable, liquid-gel gloss that retains its chip-free je ne sais quoi, even under shine-diminishing solar rays. The signature pairing of pink and white keeps nails from shifting to unsightly yellow and prevents dents commonly associated with oyster shucking and compulsive can opening. Don a pearly pair of Parisian back scratchers with a natural treatment that does not irritate sensitive or allergy-prone clients.
At each of Carmen’s lime-accented styling stations, the hair professionals coif the strands of men, women, and children. They add dimension to hair with highlights and lowlights and style ’dos with products by Matrix and Big Sexy Hair. The team also uses their Facebook page to provide clients with helpful haircare information, encouraging them to brush their hair with boars’ bristle brushes instead of twigs, to wear a hat to protect their color from the sun, and to use a thermal protectant.
Hairstylist Danae Gibson thoroughly enjoys the sight of a dour coiffure as it transforms with a bold new hue or a trendy haircut. She shapes tresses inside Salon Solay by twirling them into delicate updos and slathering locks with flaxen highlights. In addition to hair services, she coats nails in resilient Shellac polish, prunes facial hair with wax, and purifies pores with relaxing facials—or as the Man in the Moon calls them, "spacials." While she works, her guests relax amid gray walls, checkered floors, framed art, and amply cushioned chairs.
Stylists at The Big Tease Salon & Boutique specialize in dressing up locks with updos, blowouts, and other styles. Circular mirrors surrounded by lime-green and sky-blue hues greet visitors of the chic and cheery space. The staff is also adept at sculpting buzz cuts or undercuts into complex designs, including interlocked hearts, sports logos, and stars. Up a short staircase, the salon hosts a little girls' "bow-tique" that's packed with accessories and outfits that range from hair bows and flowers to onesies with attached tutus. The salon also performs mani-pedis and teeth whitening, so clients can dazzle passersby with blinding smiles from reflected laser beams.
At this French-inspired salon, stylists revamp clients’ looks amid antique decor. Altogether, the salon’s team brings decades of haircare experience to services ranging from cuts to extensions. You can also get a manicure with gel or shellac polish designed to last up to two weeks, even if you type out your entire first novel via texts.