Bella Donna Salon and Spa's licensed massage therapist pans for body tension and discomfort, excavating stress and aches from the body with multi-modality massage techniques. Bodies bask in a one-hour therapeutic massage and settle into sublime revelry as backs, necks, and limbs soften like a wedge of cheese left in the glove compartment of a dune buggy. The licensed tension tamer listens to each patient's individual concerns and draws from a wealth of massage techniques to implement bodywork that evokes a blissful feeling and aims to target stress and unfold tension stored in the body.
As evidenced by the furlessness of most movie screens, light beams are an effective method to achieving a smooth, glowing finish. Treatments use a gentle beam of pulsating light to directly target each follicle and are quick, non-invasive, and safe for all skin types. Purchase a single Groupon to prepare your lip ($380 value), chin ($380 value), sideburns ($560 value), or neck ($560 value) for a sultry beach season, or combine two to remove noxious weeds from the notoriously hair-ridden underarm ($760), full beard ($1,000 value), bikini ($760 value), Brazilian ($1,000 value), arms ($1,000 value), or lower leg ($1,200 value) regions. Four Groupons can be combined for full leg ($2,240 value), full back ($2,240 value), and full chest ($2,240 value) treatments.
Michael's Salon and Spa has been locally owned and operated in Centerville for 35 years, resulting in generations of contented curls. Let Michael's latest flock of curl contenters maintain your follicular shrubbery's favorite shape, or ask them to sculpt an entirely new hairbatat to attract expectant butterflies. All of Michael's new designers are cosmetology-school licensed and have completed Michael's six-month to one-year training and internship program, so they're fully prepared to suds sadness out of tresses and style them to suberbity. A neck and scalp massage is included to thank cranium supporters for holding heads up and twisting both ways before crossing streets.
In 2008, Michael Price of the eponymous Salon Michaels decided to rebuild his business from the ground up. The salon, situated in a former cottage, needed revamping, and Michael wasn’t shy about throwing out the old. “He redid everything to make it more modern,” manager and stylist Ashley Varcelli says. “It’s still laid-back, but I would say [it’s] more high-end.” With modish decor and a whole new styling team, Salon Michaels delivers couture cuts and Pureology color along with spa services performed in an updated mani-pedi room. Nail technicians use OPI shades, and have such expedient access to the brand’s latest collections that Ashley says local beauty-supply stores stand in awe and local crayon boxes turn green with envy.