At Scene Cosmetics, owner and founder Stacey Sacco helps clients achieve their dream look while also teaching them about proper makeup application so they can achieve the red-carpet look at home. Stacey uses the Scene PRO makeup line, which she designed to endure the stresses of professional photo shoots, the plot twists of film and TV work, and the hot lights and constant face licking of the stage. She and her crew also lead private makeup lessons, working with their own products and the client’s regular makeup to help master a look.
Upon witnessing how well Kacee wields bottles of Sexy Hair, Goldwell, and Redken hair products, it?s easy to see that she boasts seven years of experience in the beauty industry. Inside Hair by Kacee, the stylist fashions sleek hairdos accented with a wide palette of colors and dresses up faces with cosmetics that prep customers for a night on the town or a day at a police lineup. Kacee also performs hair and makeup services for brides and event-goers.
The aestheticians at Bellus Spa pamper skin with a range of facials that target specific needs. Serums infused with vitamins and hydroxy acid go after signs of aging, while detoxifying masks combat the bacteria responsible for acne. Calming facials relieve red, sensitive skin and back facials cleanse and exfoliate the oft-neglected face on your back.
The aestheticians and technicians at Skin 2 Envy adhere to an informal code that mandates a high level of care and artistry for every facial, massage, and anti-aging treatment they perform. For instance, the team takes up to two weeks to craft custom skin peels, treating issues ranging from redness to wrinkles to having too many fake moustaches on one's cheek. In order to learn as much as possible about such concerns, aestheticians and massage therapists consult with each client prior to each session.
The team behind Lux Salon and Spa primp patrons with services amid stately wooden styling stations, tile floors, and orange accents. Hairstylists mold manes with products by Redken, Pureology, Paul Mitchell, and Brazilian Blowout. Beauty techs tint fa?ades with spray tanning and nourish epidermises with skin treatments by Rhonda Allison and Image. They also evict unwanted hair with wax, enhance beloved fuzz with brow tinting and lash extensions, and adorn hands and feet with OPI polish. Massage and bodywork heighten the relaxation. At the front of the shop, a boutique area with jewelry, hats, and scarves equips guests with accessories before they return to the outside world and their robot overlords.
The staff greets Dream Day Spa's visitors with a glass of sparkling mineral water and a smile?a mere prelude to the pampering that is to come in this oasis's treatment rooms. Massages send tension drifting up into the ether, and body wraps exfoliate and nourish the skin. The spa's overflowing bath provides a continuous flow of burbling water, keeping the body warm and immersed throughout the session, and the steam room opens the pores with piped-in eucalyptus scents.
Facials fight signs of aging, and chemical peels provide more dramatic results by stripping away the topmost layer of skin. This removes everything from sun damage to wrinkles to the stubborn body glitter left over from your prom.