Outfitted with hardwood floors, wall-to-wall mirrors, and modern furnishings in hues of cream and licorice, this full-service salon shoos away its clients' stresses as soon as they arrive. Sink into a cozy leather chair and let one of Studio 2000's aesthetic experts replace a dusty noggin frame with a new, modern crown that accentuates your best facial features and suits your current lifestyle. Or, hand over your muscles to the center's licensed massage therapist for an hour of therapeutic kneads and reverse knot tying. Massage sessions take place in private, dimly lit rooms that trade hustle, bustle, and other '70s dance moves for calming candle flickering and opulent linens.
After recuperating from a serious motor-vehicle accident, experienced hair stylist Nikki Wenk is back doing what she loves best—helping people look and feel good. She offers a variety of affordable services that range from highlights and hair extensions to manicures, gel nails, and waxing.
The lilting melodies of jazz classics flutter in the air at NuVibe Aroma Day Spa, where guests sip complimentary beverages as aestheticians and massage therapists pamper them into a state of inner and outer bliss. Dotted by glowing candles, the spa offers private treatment rooms for massages and waxing treatments, as well as rooms for the confluent treatments of couples or friends. Cosmeticians soothe and prettify hands, feet, and nails during mani-pedis, and the spa also boasts a resident tattoo and piercing artist.
Visitors to The Spa at Park Lane step under a columned archway to enter a room awash in the soft glow that emanates from a row of chandeliers. Housed in private treatment rooms, the spa’s licensed massage therapists and aestheticians alleviate stress and soften skin with Eminence Skincare products made exclusively in Hungary.
Anthony Paul Salon’s friendly beautifiers groom follicles and phalanges using deft hands and discerning eyes. An easier way to update appearances than drawing a soul patch with magic marker, haircuts ($26/men, $35/women) shear unruly strands, leaving manes organized and voluminous. Stylistas paint locks with color, transforming hair with golden highlights or rich all-over hues ($45–$90). Never ones to let hair have all the fun, a legion of nail artists buff and polish nails with manicures ($20) and pedicures ($35). Upgrade to a Shellac manicure ($35) to pamper digits with luxe high-shine polish that can stay chip-free for up to 14 days or eternity, if you know a genie.
Experienced aesthetician Maggie Wallum aims to infuse faces with radiance in the tranquil confines of MillionHair Salon, which is bedecked with colorful abstract art and a glowing fireplace. Soothing music sets a relaxed scene in the softly lit room during facial treatments with add-ons such as collagen polypeptides with myoxy caviar or vitamin C with oxysomes, ideal for reducing the appearance of wrinkles. A firm proponent of personalized treatments, Maggie works with her clients to craft skincare regimens that combine professional treatments with continued homecare, resulting in visages as fresh and glowing as a newly minted star. She also pampers bodies with salt scrubs and wraps, and smoothens out skin with swift hair-removal services.