The stylists at J Nicole's Day Spa & Salon merge fashion-forward designs with cutting-edge techniques. The promise of on-trend styles isn't just an fancy promise; since they work at one of Oribe's signature salons, these highly-trained stylists receive some of the most rigorous continuing education training in the business.
That same dedication to professional excellence extends to the spa's aestheticians. Armed with Obagi products, they perform the facials and skincare services required to maintain a healthy complexion. Aestheticians at this medically certified day spa pay special attention to long-term skin health, and make each treatment as relaxing as possible.
In addition to hair and skin services, J Nicole's Day Spa & Salon also offers clients the chance to relax tense muscles with soothing massage therapy. Versed in modalities including Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot stone massage, the spa's therapists keep circulation up and stress down with the professional bodywork treatments. Other services offered by the spa and salon include make-up application, waxing, hair extensions, and hair cut and color services.
Warm, earthy tones enhance the welcoming atmosphere at Allure Grand Salon, where hairstylists, nail techs, and a massage therapist pamper a diverse clientele. The team of eight stylists offers a wide range of services, including precision and razor cuts, vibrant highlights and multidimensional color, and sew-in weaves. For clients looking to change the texture of their hair, stylists provide smoothing keratin treatments and relaxers, as well as curl-creating perms. The team also offers twist outs, roller sets, and hot-oil treatments for natural hair. Allure's duo of nail techs treat hands and feet with mani-pedis, acrylic nails, and gel manicures complete with nail art. To round out the pampering, the salon's massage therapist calms clients with soothing aromatherapy scents and deep-tissue pressure.
Shelby Frederick, a licensed massage therapist, has a repertoire of nine massage modalities, which she uses skillfully to knead away aches and ease tension. Each of these treatments, which include Swedish and hot-stone massages, can be supplemented with paraffin dips, sugar scrubs, and other add-ons. Though most of Shelby's massages focus on relaxation, she can also work to alleviate the symptoms of fibromyalgia, sciatica, or back pain caused by your habit of riding a pogo stick to work in the morning. To treat these conditions, she works closely with clients' doctors, chiropractors, or physical therapists to complement the medical treatment plans already in place.
Licensed aesthetician Katie Zigler believes that professional skincare?and the beauty benefits that come with it?should be accessible to everyone, not a luxury afforded only by rich women and men. Her clinical-grade facials and peels are priced with the intention that they be scheduled regularly to keep conditions such as acne, hyperpigmentation, and dryness in check. She offers waxing treatments that leave faces, legs, and nether regions aerodynamically smooth, and gel mani-pedi services that pamper hands and feet while keeping nails clean. Customers may also opt for eyelash extensions and relaxation massages that relieve stress and tension.
Inside Beaux Cheveux by Jennifer, Jennifer Ward provides cuts and colors and educates her clients so they can maintain their looks at home. She begins each cut with a one-on-one consultation to learn what her client wants in a do. Then, using her 10 years of experience, including extensive training in French-style haircutting, she sets to work crafting a beautiful and easy-to-maintain coif. In addition to cuts, Jennifer is a master colorist and offers all-over color, color retouching, and a variety of different highlights. For clients looking to add length or volume to their locks, Jennifer offers Cinderella Hair extensions.
At Natures Remedy LLC, licensed therapist Holly Smith's primary service is the full-body massage. During a session, Smith works the body's soft tissue to help improve circulation, alleviate tension, and inspire a sense of calm. To complement the kneads, Smith also provides sugar scrubs, body wraps, and hot or cold stone therapy, the last of which can alleviate headaches caused by living next to a strobe light?testing yard.