Enlisting chemical-free products and ancient Indian techniques, Hibba NYC’s skilled staff members polish patrons’ appearances with an array of spa offerings in a calming, Ayurvedic oasis. Hair-removal services such as eyebrow threading allow aestheticians to precisely sculpt bushy brows into sweeping arches or city-skyline panoramas using fine cotton threads to pull full rows of hair out from the root. For waxing sessions, they employ a solution that contains calming chamomile to achieve smooth results for those with sensitive skin, and their sugaring hair-removal treatments use a soothing mixture of lemon and sugar to wick away unwanted hair from larger areas. Their Ayurvedic facials, such as the Divine Facelift, blend specialized combinations of fresh herbs, and full-body services, such as the Raindrop essential-oil treatment, help to boost the immune system and eradicate tension.
The team at Perfect Brows doesn?t just remove hair above the eyes; they remove it from all over the body, using three different methods. Their threading services uproot follicles on the face with a twisted cotton thread. During waxing sessions, they paint fuzzy areas with a thin layer of molten wax, which adheres to hairs before pulling them from the root. Their third method, called sugaring, is an organic alternative to waxing, which removes hair with a natural paste made from sugar, lemon juice, guar gum, and water. This method is proven to provide less breakage and ingrown hairs and to leave clients with skin as smooth as a newborn dolphin. Each method provides a blank canvas for the studio?s other services, which include henna work and facials.
Jade Day Spa's array of relaxing services blends the best of Western science with the balancing benefits of Eastern medicine, like a particle accelerator built according to feng shui. Licensed massage therapists trained with specialists in China to master intensive modalities that were conceived centuries ago by Asian practitioners. Acupuncture experts treat chronic pain or unhealthy habits by manipulating pressure points to improve the flow of energy through the body. Guests admire the spa's deep-red walls and Asian-themed artwork as they recline for 1 of 14 types of facials that combat aging better than wearing a watch backwards. A spacious signature treatment room contains a wooden tub for soothing foot soaks dappled with rose petals and a pair of beds for romantic couples massages.
Professional cosmetologist Danielle Woodley plies her trade at Salon Hermitage, where she works with clients to create custom-tailored looks. The salon employs only high-end products in their services, which range from hair design to nail treatments and facials.
Perfect Brows NYC doesn?t just remove hair above the eyes; the studio removes it from all over the body using three different methods. Its threading services uproot follicles on the face with a twisted cotton thread. And during waxing services, a thin layer of molten wax covers fuzzy areas and adheres to hairs before pulling them from the root. The third method used, called sugaring, is an organic alternative that removes hair with a natural paste made from sugar, lemon juice, guar gum, and water. This method is proven to provide less breakage and ingrown hairs and to leave clients with skin as smooth as a newborn dolphin. Each method provides a blank canvas for the studio?s other services, which include henna work and facials.
From November until early March, it becomes impossible to walk across Bryant Park. You have to skate across. The grounds' 170'x100' ice rink acts as the swirling hub of the Bank of America Winter Village. There's no admission fee to glide over the ice?though guests do pay for rental skates if they don't bring or grow their own?and entertainment such as skating shows and lessons keep the rink bustling. Between twirls, visitors can glide by the Ice Bites shop for cups of hot chocolate and snacks.
The rink may be the Winter Village's largest attraction, but there's plenty more to the holiday-themed wonderland. More than 125 gift shops line the park's terraces with jewelry, decor, food, and one-of-a-kind souvenirs. Within sight of the holiday tree and its nests of newly-hatched flying reindeer, the two-story Celsius restaurant serves upscale sandwiches and other warming eats. A variety of other events pack the calendar, including holiday movies on the park's Southwest Porch and gift-wrapping services at a special kiosk.