Hair whisperer Lieu Le believes that hairstyles reflect people’s personalities—so she takes it upon herself to help hair send the right message. To that end, she keeps abreast of popular hairstyles and techniques, and has mastered skills from amping up hair texture to perfecting a short and sleek cut. In addition to sprucing up hair, she pampers guests with nail services that range from basic manicures to deluxe spa pedicures with a massage and warm towels.
Although there may not be a medical professional at Tan Doctor, its staff is filled with experts. The salon is Smart Tan certified, so its staff members can guide clients to their best tanning options. Tan Doctor houses various levels of tanning beds and booths, which use a combination of 95% UVA rays and 5% UVB rays to bronze clients. Alternatively, the salon's UV-free Mystic Tan booth covers bodies with a skin-darkening formula that dries without unsightly streaks or crop circles.
One of the only barbers in the area using a gentlemanly straight razor, Uomo offers customers the conscientiousness and community of traditional barbershops without any of the single combat dueling or rampant tuberculosis of yore. Enjoy a bout of retrofit relaxation with the shop's neck shave, an old-fashioned endeavour that features a straight razor, hot towels, and lively discussion of the incursions of the Ottoman Empire. Today's package allows you to channel the comforts of Uomo at home with a DIY-duo of the shop's own line of natural shaving products. The three-in-one shave balm (a $24.99 value) combines the soothing powers of lotion with the stern protection of aftershave, while the lye-free shaving cream (a $34.99 value) quenches razor burn as it ushers blades across unruly fields of stubble.
From the marble statue that greets clients in the parking lot to the giant mural of gondolas floating past an old basilica, Allure European Day Spa brings a little bit of Europe to its clients. Guests awaiting pampering lounge in Allure's tranquil tearoom before wandering past Venetian-esque Carnival masks into treatment rooms for classic European facials, massages, colon hydrotherapy, and laser hair removal. European decor completely fades away in the kids’-salon area, which floods the eyes with oversize murals of Minnie Mouse lazing on a beach and Mickey Mouse and Goofy fishing in the sea. There, little ones sit on a toy ATV as a stylist snips their hair and ponders the simple joys of having no responsibility and eating bugs.
Licensed massage therapist Pawel Slusarz honed his skills at Keiser University before opening his own practice. Now, he uses those skills to treat health issues ranging from acute back pain to digestive disorders. Depending on a patient's needs, he might recommend deep-tissue pressure, reflexology, or a cranial-release treatment that relieves stress by restoring the natural movement of bones in the head. Alternatively, Pawel teaches couples how to effectively massage each other during step-by-step lessons.