It's oft said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but Lindsey Coleman does her best to transfer it from her eye to her clients' bodies. Coleman honed her skills in the Forth Worth beauty dojo known as Ogle School Hair, Skin, & Nails before bringing her suite of skills to Legacy Salons and Day Spa. Though Coleman offers some hair-focused services such as eyelash extensions or waxing, her main focus remains the skin. She reduces pore size, banishes wrinkles, and infuses the body's largest organ with essential nutrients through a variety of delivery systems, ranging from facials to body scrubs and wraps. Like the sun, Coleman's even capable of darkening the skin with her airbrush tans or fusing hydrogen into helium with her hair dryer.
The beauty professionals at Perfect Brows Salon make their clients look good with a thread string?and it doesn?t involve sewing. They use a twisted cotton thread to loop around strands of hair and pluck them from their root. They preform threading sessions on the face to remove hair from the upper lips, full face, and eyebrows.
The staff at Styles of India focuses solely on the art of hair removal to shape brows and remove unwanted fuzz across the entire physique. An ancient technique, threading makes use of pure cotton strands, rolled and lifted along the face and eyebrows to remove hair in a straight line—ideal for eyebrows or sculpting sideburns into the style Benjamin Franklin sported: lightning bolts. The technicians at Styles of India are also adept with wax, removing unwanted hair from legs, arms, and bikini lines.
The initials in AIB Salon stand for "art of Indian beauty," and traditional South Asian beauty techniques are indeed its focus. Stylists can deftly use modern techniques such as Japanese hair-straightening or permanent eyelash extensions, but the team specializes in the ancient art of threading—manipulating 100% cotton threads to remove unwanted facial hair with more speed and precision than waxing, shaving, or tweezing. It's also gentle, since the thread lassoes each hair without causing discomfort to the surrounding skin.
Newly de-fuzzed faces can celebrate with facial treatments that incorporate herbs and even gold. Indeed, a taste for glamour permeates AIB Salon: makeup artists revel in creating jaw-dropping wedding looks and, especially, henna designs almost too elaborate to be believed.
The white tulip chairs, sleek charcoal and orange d?cor, and recessed lighting may give Wink Threading Salon a modern feel, but their specialty service is rooted in tradition. Instead of relying on harsh wax, chemicals, or duct tape, the hair removal experts reach for a simple length of antibacterial thread. By twisting the threads together and sweeping them across the skin, the stylists are able to swiftly and precisely uproot stray hairs, creating smooth, sure lines on the brows, upper lip, chin, or forehead. A writer for D Magazine in the feature "The Best Eyebrow Job I've Ever Had" called Wink?s threadong process "less painful?than wax" and "less tedious than tweezing," and even claimed that afterwards she was so pleased that she "could [not] stop looking at [her brows] in the rearview mirror."