Delijah Salon & Boutique offers beauty treatments, clothing, and accessories, all in the name of keeping its clients looking stylish and chic. Hair services include keratin smoothing treatments, haircuts for men and women, and color services. Facials and waxing keep skin looking healthy and feeling smooth, and custom organic spray tans keep paleness at bay and give bodies a from-the-beach glow. There's also a boutique that features fashion and accessories as well as beauty products such as OPI lotions and nail polish.
With a full suite of hair and skin-care services, visitors to Village Hairstyles can not only get a new 'do, but a freshening facial, or even a tan. A vast range of hair treatments include basic cuts and color, but also professionally applied hair extensions, color, and perms. Meanwhile, aestheticians tend to skin with hypo-allergenic facials, waxing, and removal of permanent sneers.
At Michelle's Salon, professional stylists, licensed massage therapists, and skilled aestheticians treat clients to beautifying and stress-reducing skin treatments, massages, and hairstyling. Scissor wielders transform scalps into wearable works of art with highlights, deep conditioning, and styling, and skin specialists cleanse pores, reduce signs of aging, and remove unwanted follicles with facials and waxing.
Body Bliss Therapeutic Massage destresses tense bodies with a plethora of massage and aromatherapy-based services. Massage therapists wrangle dorsal extremities into peaceful coexistence during a one-hour therapeutic massage, designed to help increase circulation and ease tension with acupressure techniques and soothing strokes (a $60 value). Skilled palms stimulate lymph flow in the body, rendering fibers limber, joints flexible, and stress caches bankrupt. Clients then undergo a ped-pampering, including an aromatic lavender foot-cleanse followed by a peppermint-infused reflexology wrap (a $15 value). The toe-cosseting services leaves feet calm enough to dance across a path of hot coals without wincing.
The smoothness sorcerers at DermaSmooth charm testy skeleton suits into silky submission with an array of skin-centric treatments. Those who opt for the Aluma skin-tightening treatment go back in time to reverse epidermal creases while sidestepping reality-altering paradoxes by bathing mugs with a heated punch of radio-frequency energy. Skin is gently drawn into the tip of a hand piece, inside of which radio-frequency wave pulses coerce the desired areas into producing a well of plumping collagen with promises of shea butter and lower skin taxes. After the treatments, faces can look noticeably rejuvenated, and, with little downtime after doses, clients can go right back to careers of eye-patch and scuba-mask modeling. Today's deal is good for 300 pulses, generally enough for four treatments depending on the area treated, although it may take up to six treatments to see complete results.