The stylists of Starz Salon Spa know how to keep calm under pressure. Their extensive work in bridal services—crafting intricate updos, sleek blowouts, and flawless manicures, all before an impending march down the aisle—has prepared them for nearly every aesthetic situation or beauty emergency. In the more laid-back atmosphere of their salon, they treat tresses to a variety of services, including perms and custom colour treatments. They skillfully select face-framing cuts for clients young and old, bestowing coifs that accent individual bone structures without having to consult a radiologist.
Certified reflexologist Wendy Greene treats the body as a series of interconnected highways. During reflexology sessions, she applies pressure to specific points along the feet, hands, and ears. These pressure points communicate with various organs and body systems by tin-can phone, stimulating them to help improve their level of functioning and in turn increasing energy levels and reducing stress. Wendy works as a private contractor at New York New York Hair Salon, an upscale salon that beautifies clients with hair, nail, and aesthetic services.
Luxe Spa?s cohort of beauty professionals wield a variety of high-quality products from brands such as Dermalogica to make hair and skin shine enough to distract a small dog. Aestheticians clear away acne or age-spots and hydrate dry skin during their five specialty facials, while tresses fall to the floor at the hands of experienced hairstylists. In the nail corner, technicians dole out luxurious OPI manicures and pedicures. Luxe Spa also specializes in hair removal for face and body, enlisting a heated sugar substance in lieu of traditional waxes.
Glow Hair Design Spa pampers pleasure-seekers with soothing spa packages and skin-care treatments that radiate from within the resort's warm, refined walls. Rid your body of dead skin cells, toxins, and scribbled boy band lyrics with a Moroccan bath spa package ($155) that gently steams bodies for twenty minutes before bathing them under a refreshing shower. As a supreme spa sensei rubs away dermal waste with a loufa, circulation increases and rejuvenates the senses before calming creams and essential oils soften and tone the skin. If selecting the body wrap, prepare to lie like a sloth on Sunday as essential oils encircle your body, rendering skin supple and smooth. The one-hour massage entreats tender muscles to relieve stress and tarnish tension so that worn backs can revive and get back to necessary activities such as doing the limbo and assisting in prison escapes. Refreshments and snacks are offered between services.
Styling stations, pedicure chairs, and lounge areas pop up throughout Noir Salon & Spa's large studio amid sandstone accents and wall tones plucked from a pale dawn. The wall colors, like the products used during hair, skin, and body treatments, were chosen for their eco-friendly components as part of the salon's dedication to environmental responsibility. It is also a member of the Green Circle Salon Group, which promotes green salons and recycling. During each haircut, manicure, and foot massage, Noir specialists employ products free of toxic fillers that have never been tested on animals. As part of its commitment to environmental responsibility, the salon also conserves energy with low-energy lighting, automatic shutoff sensors, and hair clippers powered by their own appetite for stubble.
Determined to make their spa into a local escape for men and women, the team at European Flair Hair & Spa fosters a tranquil environment where skin, hair, and nail treatments join with massage therapy to soothe from the inside out. Using only salon-trusted products such as Paul Mitchell, Moroccanoil, and ammonia-free Chi Ionic Permanent Shine, stylists' access to superior tools gives them greater range and depth when styling and treating tresses. In further executing the spa's philosophy of personal gratification, registered massage therapists balm clients with massages that make muscle fibres sing as harmoniously as a barbershop quartet, instead of screeching like the lead singer in a Norwegian death-metal barbershop quartet.