Redken artist Julie Deitrick is a colorful stylist. She offers everything from subtle highlights to color correction to ombre color, and has earned numerous hair-color awards and certifications. But that's not all she does. With every client who sits in her salon chair at Icon Salon Spa, Julie displays her vast skills, which include trimming trendy coifs, crafting custom updos, and reciting the entire Declaration of Independence in Pig Latin.
As a L’Oreal exclusive salon, Elements Salon and Wellness Spa beautifies bodies with a bevy of aesthetic treatments, including hair upgrades, massages, facials, and mani-pedis. The salon’s stylists specialize in customized haircuts, extensions, and coloring, whereas the team’s spa techs dispense nutrients during oxygen and vitamin C-infused facials, mineral salt aromatherapy, and chakra-balancing therapies that use massage, chakra crystals, and a fistful of tuning forks.
Grand Vacations Spa presents guests with two routes to restfulness: technology or tradition. The first choice takes them on the Essentials Journey, a compendium of services that relies on advanced formulas to cleanse, exfoliate, and renew the skin. Extras such as acid peels and microcurrent treatments—electrical energy meant to lift and firm complexions—complement the menu's body wraps and exfoliating facials. The Escape Journey blends the renewing properties of organic ingredients with relaxing rituals, resulting in sessions of meditation massage and nourishing scrubs.
These journeys are signatures of the Hilton eforea spas. Though the spas pamper guests in several lavish hotels throughout the world, each eforea location treats clients to customizable options and distinct decor.
Grand Vacations Spa welcomes visitors to six private rooms, wet-steam chambers, and a cream-colored relaxation lounge. Nestled in plush, provided robes, patrons can browse a catalog of Kerstin Florian products, whose european serums incorporate natural algae, mud, and herbs. Aromatherapy imbues the space with enticing scents, though its source is hard to pinpoint—the staff layers fragrances into several services, including aroma manicures, which perfume hands more effectively than a stack of corsages.
The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa is the other, refreshing side of Vegas. The ideal setting for relaxation, the 3,600-acre desert oasis boasts two aqua pools flanked by palm trees and surrounded by a sparkling lake. The resort's spa pampers guests with facials, massages, and manicures, refreshing fingertips after nail-biting rounds of Vegas's popular Pin the Tail on the Donkey. For more adventure, try kayaking, fly-fishing, stand-up paddle boarding, or rent a boat.