Stylist Danette tackles any hair-related desire on men, women, and children. She cuts away unwanted length and trims beards, bangs, and overly hairy horns. Camo color hides salt-and-pepper strands on men and foil highlights brighten monochromatic manes. Danette also tends to pesky hairs above lips and on chins with warm wax.
Since 1959 Aqua Quip has been providing the Best Things In Life, Right In Your Own Backyard. From Swimming pools and hot tubs to a huge selection of BBQ's, spices, rubs and accessories. Plus a complete line of Fireplace and stoves to keep you warm.
The exotic scents of oils and vinegars fill the air at Seattle Olive Oil Company, tempting customers to sample the wares before deciding which gourmet product suits them best. Although the selection changes based on availability, shelves may be lined with as many as 21 different balsamic vinegars, each of which uses the store's signature 18-year-aged vinegar as a rich base for its citrus- or berry-flavored infusion. The freshly juiced Tunisian, Spanish, and Californian olives match their flavors with savory or spicy accents in the form of blood orange, jalapeño, and rosemary. Harvested from locations as far away as Hawaii and the coast of France, the shop's selection of sea salts includes 11 varieties—one for every month of the calendar invented by Marco Polo.
Aveda’s botanical-based products are at the forefront of any treatment at Ra Salon & Spa. Massage therapists use its line of aromatic oils and nourishing lotions to knead knots, and stylists pull from its line of nourishing conditioners and styling creams when trimming split ends, adding color, or twisting hair into enchanting updos. Likewise, aestheticians use its eco-friendly serums to provide gentler forms of facial treatments. The line’s natural extracts take the place of glycolic peels to fade pigmentation and tourmaline sloughs away dead skin cells in lieu of microdermabrasion wands or tiger kisses.