With Posar? Salon built upon three essential r?s of salon and spa service?relax, revive, and replenish?experienced staffers wield a bounty of professional products as they seek to treat clientele like royalty. Those fundamentals emerge most clearly in Posare Salons' Pink Room, where patients undergoing cancer treatment enjoy complimentary salon services and can audition affordable wigs from Las Vegas Wigs. Throughout the rest of the salon, stylists and aestheticians perform an abundance of pampering treatments from spa pedicures to permanent eyelash extensions. The med-spa branch additionally clears epidermises of acne and wrinkles, dispenses flu shots to shield patients from severe sniffles, and supplies melancholic music suggestions for visitors with crippling disco fever.
The self-proclaimed “waxperts” at Wax Hair Removal Bar eliminate stubble and fuzz with a combination of cream and hard waxes. Though they’re predominantly known for servicing male clients—more than 40 percent of their customers are men—they offer waxing services to all, and remove hairs from nearly every part of the body, from the eyebrows to the toes. They can supplement waxes with Swarovski Crystal tattoos or other aesthetic services, from bikini treatments that prevent ingrown hairs to the ultimate chest treatment, which keeps acne away from six-packs like a chaperone on a middle-school camping trip. The bar also dolls up patrons with brow- and lash-tinting services as well as lip services powered by a blend of shea butter and avocado oil.
In ancient Persia, threading was more than a beauty ritual—it was a rite of passage. Beautifiers would thread a bride’s entire face before she walked down the aisle, and give girls similar treatments to signal their transitions to womanhood. Today, Fabulous Eyebrow Threading’s staff members enlist the historically significant practice to accentuate the faces of their clients. They snag and remove entire lines of eyebrow or lip hair with one swift tug, making threading more precise but less painful than tweezing or poking each hair until it is so annoyed that it uproots itself and leaves. They can also use soft wax on faces and bodies if patrons prefer it, and can embellish or refresh newly groomed visages with lash extensions and facials.
A group of 40 people could form four viable baseball teams or the cast of a Broadway musical, but A Wild Hair's team of 40 aestheticians choose to focus solely on treating hair, nails, and skin. During facials, hair coloring or pedicures, staffers wield high-end products from brands such as Paul Mitchell or Moroccanoil. Treatments also extend to the eyelashes and eyebrows, with eyelash extensions that obviate the need for mascara or plastic eye covers.
The staff at A Nu Image Cosmetic Laser Center specialize in advanced treatments such as Viora Reaction for removing cellulite and Lamprobe for removing veins. Aesthetician Jan Medcalf is no different, except she specializes in Dermapen treatments. Each one to two-hour treatment needles fine channels in the skin, ultimately leading to stimulated collagen production, tightened skin, and a role as Patient Number 1 in the film The Skin Tightener.
True Aveda Salon Las Vegas is aptly named, as the salon's staff helps clients remain true to their natural good looks using exclusive Aveda products chock-full of botanically derived ingredients and wrapped up in environmentally friendly packaging. Their full line of naturally derived Aveda products range from hair care to skin care.
True Aveda Salon in Las Vegas was founded in 2007, although it's changed ownership recently, the spa still focuses on providing simple, unadorned beauty services. Stylists customize cuts and color to flatter a client's natural coloring, face shape, and sense of style. Aestheticians and massage therapists use botanically enriched products to bring out skin's natural glow or relax muscles to a comfortable state.
The entire salon team?including stylists, massage therapists, and aestheticians?keeps skills sharp with ongoing training in the latest Aveda salon and spa treatments during regular workshops, which keep techniques sharper than a game of chess played with knives in place of pawns.