The face-saving staff at Roni's Hair Forum warmly welcomes visages with a skin assessment, customizing each session by epidermal type and age. Aestheticians begin 60-minute deep-cleaning facials with an examination and deep cleansing, scrubbing cheeks and dusting off noses. If needed, an extraction clears clogged pores before a massage's soothing motions relax cheeks stressed by lengthy free-form jazz whistle solos. A treatment mask blankets skin in a formula designed to pamper each face's specific skin type. Ninety-minute treatment facials also begin with a deep cleansing and extraction, followed by a more in-depth massage. Finally, technicians infuse a special treatment serum into the skin through an electric current, which brightens complexions by sending self-affirming maxims to skin cells via Morse code. Once thoroughly refreshed, guests parade rejuvenated faces through Roni's Hair Forum's classically inspired interior, dignified with scalloped columns and elegant vases verdant with greenery.
The aesthetician at Bright Organic Spa rejuvenates visages and physiques with myriad beautifying services that employ the restorative powers of organic ingredients, some sourced from some of the world's most exotic destinations. Polynesian and South Pacific ingredients, such as Tahitian vanilla and coconut milk, immerse the senses in intoxicating aromas during the Polynesian facial, while tropical fruit enzymes and essential oils work to clear and moisturize skin. Body treatments also make use of organic ingredients such as Himalayan salt crystals and propolis, a healing agent made by honeybees.
At all 25 TNT Tanning locations throughout northeast Ohio, clients tan hides a healthy golden hue with the latest tanning beds and spray-tan booths. While at the salon, they can peruse shelves lined with skincare and tanning products such as bronzing powders, tanning lotions, and sunless sprays. To enhance the contouring tanning achieves, they can also swaddle themselves in a Fit body wrap designed to burn calories and reduce body fat.
Christina Freeman and her resident aesthetician have more than 30 years of collective experience in the art of making skin glow. In their pursuit of youthful radiance, the skin specialists tailor spa treatments to each client’s skin type. The organic passionfruit peel offers a lighter rejuvenation, and chemical peels and Dermaglow microdermabrasion treatments delve deeper to combat blemishes and signs of aging such as wrinkles or comb-over noses.
Spa-goers can relax during full-body massages and enjoy the aromatherapy of nine essential oils during raindrop-therapy sessions designed to boost immune systems and soothe stress. Rounding out their services, Christina and her team can enhance features with Jane Iredale mineral makeup and wax away mustaches or eyebrows that need braiding each morning.
Helmed by Kitty Caughey, a manicurist with more than 13 years of experience in her hand-pampering wake, Nail Therapy Spa revamps digits with an array of strengthening and beautifying services. The fleet of skilled techs descends on fingers and toes with a flurry of buffing, cleansing, and trimming during the classic manicure, and transforms palms into putty with the complimentary hand massage. Armed with Shellac and OPI polishes, aestheticians guard nails with a boldly colored suit of armor reminiscent of the knights of the round table after their weekly paintball match.
Nicole Lee hails from a long line of stylists. Her closest role model, her father, Rodney Zeno, spent 45 years clipping tresses in his cozy single-chair studio before she took his place. Today, Nicole draws on more than 20 years of her own experience as she snips and arranges strands for men, women, and children. While she works, guests sit in a brown barber's chair surrounded by black-and-white checkered floors and walls dotted with golf memorabilia, all vestiges of Zeno's worthy reign. In addition to cuts, highlights, and perms, Nicole also offers waxing services and keeps a nail tech on staff to ensure that her clients' hands don’t get jealous and muss their new 'dos.