Q.U.E. Massage Therapy & Spa's retinue of pelt-pampering aestheticians works to create clear complexions while enhancing youthful tone with one of three refining facials. Staffers begin their facials with an exfoliating cleansing that sloughs away rough outer layers. Then, they give treatment masks VIP access to skin's internal layers with salubrious ingredients that seep deep into epidermal expanses, tackling imperfections more efficiently than microscopic linebackers. Mini facials then proceed with a steam application designed to open up pores and unclog visages of complexion-marring dots before aestheticians gingerly massage a hydration-infused moisturizer into skin. Alternately, during the Red Carpet facial, a variety of high-end complexion remedies coat demeanors while infusing skin with oxygen to bolster circulation and create glowing mug palettes. Otherwise, opt for a face-lift facial, which utilizes steam, ice, and a customized treatment mask to smooth away wrinkles and render a toned, vibrant complexion in a safer fashion than undergoing surgery or sneaking into Father Time's underground lair to arm-wrestle him for your 20s back.
As the salon's name suggests, Endless Summer Salon & Tan's staff wants to help their patrons maintain a sun-kissed silhouette all year round. To achieve that look without the sun's help, guests can hop into a standup or flat UV bed, or opt for UV-free tanning. Guests can bronze their bodies with a self-operated Mystic Tan booth or a custom airbrush glow from a trained technician, who effortlessly makes the sun's work look like a cheap imitation.
In addition to beautifying their bodies in the tanning salon, guests can transform in the hair salon, which buzzes with the blow-dryers of a trio of stylists. They update manes with products from Wella and Redken along with naturally derived elixirs from Aveda and Moroccanoil. In the spa, aestheticians groom skinscapes with waxing, and nail technicians reinforce manicures with no-chip gel polish, preparing hands to finger-walk down the hand-modeling catwalk.
When Schilling-Douglas first opened its doors in 1977, it became the first nationally accredited cosmetology school in the state. Over the years, it has become a dependable curator of talent in the eyes of many local salon owners, who are eager to bring graduates onto their own teams. Students hone their skills in a walk-in student salon, where their every technique is supervised by a licensed instructor. Though they're not pros yet, students do work with professional-grade products from brands such as Goldwell, KMS, Big Sexy, and OPI.
Bliss Unisex Day Spa's exposed brick, flowing red and green curtains, Persian rugs, and bucolic mural and artwork inform the staff's sense of aesthetic splendor. The staff renders a number of services, from haircuts and partial highlights to skin treatments and pedicures. They even bundle them together into packages, such as the romance package, which lasts about four hours and includes a body polish with a choice of scent, a one-hour classic massage, and a manicure and spa pedicure.
La Petite Spa and Salon envelops clients age 18 and under in a decidedly girly atmosphere complete with pink walls, ruffled throw pillows, and zebra-print salon robes. There, stylists beautify little ones with kid-friendly spa services including light-makeup applications, ear piercing, and pedicures finished with toe rings. Afterward, parents can enlist the onsite photographer to capture pictures of their kids post-makeover before they surf home on the family mudslide.
Salon Jalore's menu of services is far-reaching, ranging from haircutting and coloring to makeup and bridal services. The classic Salon Jalore facial is a 60-minute sojourn into cleansing steam and skin pampering, whereas the hand and foot scrubs use sea salts and massage to rejuvenate the skin and revive the extremities. Massage therapists also offer raindrop massage, reiki, and reflexology, as well as prenatal and sports massages.