Posh's long list of spa and salon services can buff the body from toenail tips to head hairs. If you have an unwanted color of hair on your head, Posh will dye it ($55). If you have hair where you shouldn't, Posh will wax it ($12–$70). If you have too much hair, Posh can cut it in a way that makes you feel content ($30 and up for women, $25 and up for men). If you don't have enough hair, Posh can give you extensions (price based upon consultation). And if your hair already makes you feel content or is holding you hostage with its razor-sharp tips, Posh will give you a manicure or pedicure to make your fingers and toes content enough to match your highly contented hair ($22–$52 for a hot-stone pedicure with massage). Posh also offers makeovers and facials such as the luxuriant European facial ($80).
Even among Posh Salon and Spa's many talented stylists and aestheticians, Tamara Ware stands out. From inside the swanky, black-and-white spa, the licensed massage therapist performs Swedish and deep-tissue massages that help her clients escape chronic aches and pains. As Tamara works independently of Posh Salon and Spa, her prices may vary from those on the spa’s website.
The next generation of hairstylists is hard at work inside of Focus Student Salon at Fortis Institute. Beauty-industry veterans lead the cosmetology program, which prepares students to work at professional salons in this and all alternate dimensions. The experts supervise their pupils as they cut, style, and color hair for men and women.
Jennifer Demps and her staff of stylists, cosmetologists, makeup artists, and nail technicians keep clients in tip-top shape at Signature Stylez Salon. They usher guests into leather massage chairs, which work the kinks out of torsos as nails are coated in vibrant hues and artistic touches such as polka dots, flowers, or replicas of the Sistine Chapel. Stylists also tend to beauty in above-the-neck areas, performing traditional salon services such as haircuts, highlights, and keratin treatments.
Michael Gainer, a licensed stylist at Elements Salon, enjoys pampering his clients and helping them love their hair. At the full-service hair, skin, nails, and massage spot, salon-goers can choose from a vast array of services, from a keratin hair-straightening treatment to a full facial wax, a deep pore facial, or a 60-minute hot-stone massage. Visitors can get a golden glow with a full-body spray tan, have hair extensions put in place, or relax during a whole-body aromatherapy scrub.