As clients nestle into Lavender Nails' plush leather spa chairs, technicians get busy grooming and polishing their every digit. In addition to manicures and pedicures, the techs can create sleek, eye-catching nail art designs sure to impress any onlookers or hand model agents in the vicinity.
The demand for Ginger Springs Day Spa's holistically minded services has sparked a recent expansion resulting in a couple’s massage room and private relaxation area. Wielding botanical-laden European skincare products from Pevonia Botanica and Jan Marini, aestheticians pamper countenances with vitamin-rich ingredients and supplement most sessions with extras such as aromatherapy, a heated neck cozy, or herbal tea. Sage accent walls and exposed brickwork create a soothing, homey ambience amid the spa's contemporary ambience, which features stark-white moulding and gleaming wooden floors.
The vibrant pink walls of this salon complement the dazzling hues painted on finger- and toenails, meticulously groomed and embellished by a skilled staff. The technicians tend to natural nails or enhance their surfaces with acrylic, gel, or reinforced-steel sets. When they aren’t buffing nails, the crew can smooth skin with face and body waxing services.
At EZ Eyebrow, the gentle arch of a freshly groomed brow is as natural as the hair-removal technique that creates it. Threading first sprang up in ancient Egypt and India, and as opposed to modern waxing, which can damage skin or create a worldwide candle shortage, threading specifically targets hair. It sweeps up a tuft at a time, carving eyebrows into natural arches with precision. In fact, its accuracy rivals that of tweezing—and in less time, since hairs are pulled out in bunches, not one by one. Plus, threading services can also eradicate hair from other parts of the face and neck.
Roy Strassman has dedicated more than 30 years of his life to helping people live fulfilling, pain-free lives. Although Roy can use a lighter massage technique to ease his clients' suffering, his chosen treatment modality is Hellerwork—a bodywork system that uses deep-tissue pressure to promote proper alignment among the muscles and joints. This pressure can do more than just relieve the tension caused by stress-laden muscles. It can also help increase flexibility, improve posture, and reenergize clients while contributing to a balanced sense of holistic well-being for the mind as well as the body.