When Steffani Kemp thinks about her future, she can't imagine being in a place where she isn't beautifying nails with manicures, pedicures, and artful applications of polish. Her online portfolio includes creative nail designs that pay homage to cupcakes, holidays, cartoon characters, animals, and entire novels by Proust. Steffani’s services include manicures and pedicures that she upgrades with french tips and chip-resistant gel polish. All of Steffani's pedicures include a foot massage, and she also offers seasonal services such as lemon manicures and pumpkin pedicures.
Hair lacks the opposable thumbs to cut itself, but Cuttin' Loose picks up the slack with bold hair services. As natural light pours in through full-wall front windows, skilled stylists chisel out voluminous layers and gild locks with highlights. Guests may also solicit one of the salon's aestheticians for a swift facial wax or permanent makeup consultation.
Part of the team at Sinful Beauty, massage therapist Tani addresses muscle and joint pain so clients can heal and attain relaxation. Her expertise extends to both traditional bodywork, such as deep-tissue and hot-stone massage, and specialty modalities, such as prenatal and Hawaiian lomilomi massage. She's also a consultant for doTerra; she enhances her massage strokes with the company's essential oils and offers tips for at-home therapy, such as how to set up an aromatherapy slip 'n' slide.
Christina Love looks at her 35 years in hydrotherapy as not only a career path, but a personal investment. Years ago, cleansing colonics helped her to overcome a drawn-out battle with cancer, and the experience inspired her to help others reach a higher level of health. Nowadays, she practices her holistic therapy as the resident hydrotherapist of Hands on Health. She draws on her extensive colonic experience and combines other therapies, such as herbology, meditation, and oriental medicine, to proper digestive health, which is critical to overall wellness and hotdog eating contests.
Darkness and empty space stretch to infinity, and your increasingly visceral thoughts seem to expand to fill it up. Of course, the actual space inside Drop of Calm's sensory-deprivation tank isn't endless; it's actually quite cozy, small enough to "play a bit of pong with yourself bouncing from wall to wall." But as clients float on the surface of the Epsom salt–infused, body-temperature water inside, they may as well be floating weightlessly beyond the solar system's distant Oort cloud for all the peace and quiet they're afforded during relaxation sessions.