Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Tanning
Brands Used: Cayenne, Viper, Standup-Sun Dazzler, Tropical
Pro Tip: We provide towels & eyewear in a relaxing urban spa atmosphere
Owner and stylist Lisa acquired Santa Fe Salon in 2013, having been open since 1992. She and her small team of stylists and nail technicians have a true passion for their work and frequently take refresher classes to keep their skills up to date. They specialize in Rusk hair color and mani-pedis with bright OPI, Essie, and Misa nail polishes.
Because hair grows at approximately 1 centimeter each month, the professional hair artists at My Fancy Strands perform specialized extension treatments to save clients from waiting several years for longer locks. Before setting to work, the stylists consult with clients and examine strands and hair types to determine the ideal application methods for new extensions. These techniques include braidless weaves, cold fusions, microlinks, and microrings, all of which eschew damaging methods such as applying excessive heat to hair or feeding it human growth hormones. With more than 51 hair colors and a variety of textures to choose from, Fancy Strands’ stock of faux strands blends in with natural hair of all kinds to fool even the most inquisitive comb-wielding school nurse.
The Hair Spa's talented stylists nurture tresses beset with split ends or overall poor health inside an immaculate, spa-like salon. A sudsy shampoo gently removes dirt, oil, and heavy buildup left after drying hair with a sandstorm. A follicle doctor infuses locks with a deep-conditioning treatment designed to restore wounded wisps according to specific hair needs. A mending mask restores strength and elasticity to chemically damaged hair, and a quenching mask hydrates chronically arid manes. Stylists then shear and style newly supple strands into an abridged 'do adopted from a shot of their favorite celebrity or a self-fulfilling photograph of the client sent back in time from three hours in the future.
The full-service spa and salon's Caribbean therapy body treatment soothes stressed skin and rejuvenates mopey muscles using healing plant ingredients from the Caribbean, a magical chain of islands where cruise ships go to spawn. A dry exfoliation starts by shedding old skin cells with snakelike skill. Next, a detoxifying seaweed mask and body wrap purges harmful toxins with the speed—but none of the clean-up—of a college freshman's digestive system, followed by a face and scalp massage to ease painful brain cramps. A refreshing shower leaves bodies buffed and shined in time for a restorative full-body massage.
In 2005, Sandra Gutierrez was stressed and overworked. She found relaxation at a spa, but not in the way you'd think. Sandra discovered that helping others feel better also made her feel better, so she started a new career as a licensed massage therapist.
That career has since blossomed, and Sandra now kneads muscles daily at Euphoria Massage & Spa. Along with five other therapists—all of whom she personally trains—Sandra eases tension with Swedish strokes and relieves aching necks, backs, and shoulders with trigger-point techniques. While Sandra and her team focus on relaxing muscles, Euphoria's resident aesthetician cleanses and detoxifies skin with clay body wraps and sea-salt scrubs. Treatment sessions unfold inside spacious rooms, where soft piano music drowns out the sound of your boss banging on the spa's window, asking for that TPS report.