Since Albert Brown established his namesake salon in 1962, his staff, which includes his veteran-stylist sister Margaret, has glamorized guises with a plentiful menu of salon and spa services. Hair experts sculpt and paint coifs with dexterous hands using products by Paul Mitchell and Redken, and specialists refine exterior details with careful waxing treatments and gleaming OPI manicures. The image mavens also specialize in wedding-day primping, lavishing and elegant up-dos, as well as pampering nail services for brides, bridesmaids, and sentient wedding cakes to further elevate the momentous occasion.
A friendly local staff of professional aestheticians and makeup engineers invigorate visages in Make Me Up's intimate boutique setting. Lug in your mug and entrust it to one of the expert licensed specialists, who will wax away unwanted fuzz from your arches in quick and efficient fashion. You'll leave the premises with a noggin that feels expertly shaped and symmetrified, confident to field any prolonged streetcar stares or ace magnifying- glass-modeling tryouts. Call ahead to make an appointment.
Zoe A. Tritsis has been interested in healing others for as long as she can remember, but she discovered the therapeutic benefits of massage only after suffering a serious injury of her own. This injury would end up changing her life in unexpected ways. It inspired her to earn her license in massage therapy more than two decades ago, and ever since then she has worked to soothe muscles with modalities that range from Swedish to neuromuscular therapy.
Throughout the years, Zoe?s base of clients has grown to encompass a number of musicians and individuals who are a part of the film industry. She honors her clients' patronage by providing customized, professional treatment in a quiet studio away from the hustle and bustle. Treatment may include massage cupping, trigger point therapy, and a variety of modalities to tailor each session to the client's needs.
The stylists and aestheticians at City Looks Salon & Spa want to make guests as comfortable as possible. That effort starts with the complimentary valet parking at their new location. Once inside, the team fills clients' hands with glasses of wine for them to sip while consulting on their new hairstyle, facial, or waxing service.
Balance Spa at the Loews is like a social mixer for spa services: East meets West, water meets air, modern science meets time-tested treatments. And all of these convergences happen under the skilled eyes of aestheticians. In four treatment rooms they apply self-heating mud-packs to the spine and feet while aromatherapy calms the senses. The sea's bounty also becomes apparent with Phytomer products made from underwater plants that combat aging and help reduce the depth of wrinkles to keep people from filling them in with cement. The East meets West massage, meanwhile, combines muscle-soothing techniques from both hemispheres, readying the mind for a rejuvenating facial that mixes glycolic acid and proteolytic enzymes. Afterward, clients can draw on age-old hubs of well-being: the hotel's pool, fitness and wellness center, sauna, and whirlpool.
A saying scrawled on the wall of Fleur De Touch's private massage room reads, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away." This is an evocation of the studio's goal to make each bodywork session one to remember. Treatments are always tailored to the needs of the client, whether they desire flowing Swedish strokes to ease tension or firmer deep-tissue pressure to dismantle lower-layer knots. Therapeutic trigger-point therapy is also available.