True to its name, Wink & Snap allows flirty eyes and fingers to get back to doing what they do best. The boutique spa’s mani-pedis enhance the look and feel of hands with natural ingredients such as almond and avocado oils, mandarin honey, and a polish that gives nails the distinctive glint of caviar pearls. Eyelash extensions are applied directly to natural lashes, eliminating the need for mascara and protecting eyes from irritating particles and teasing optical illusions.
Many of the treatments at Tribute Nails and Spa look good enough to eat—organic pineapple masks and peels blended from raw sugar clarify skin during facials, and rosewater and mango creams soften skin during manicures and pedicures. Other treatments, such as Swedish massages and steam baths, loosen tight muscles and soften overcooked brownies.
The technicians at St. Tropez Nail Spa stay abreast of advancements in mani-pedi science. In addition to applying acrylic nails, they paint on chip-resistant shellac as an alternative to flakier polishes. They also embellish fingers with NexGenNails, which avoid the nail-bed damage caused by certain acrylics and the distinctive smell caused by painting your nails with expired ketchup. Their services encompass skin treatments as well; a leg mask and exfoliation top off the spa pedicure, and facials and permanent-makeup applications round out the spa menu.
To the staffers at Highland Spa, each of their services is a way to make a client feel special. Unlike a sinking ship’s rescue boat, they welcome men, women, and children alike to indulge in luxurious mani-pedis, hydrating oxygen facials, or waxing treatments. The spa also houses a fleet of lasers that smoothes wrinkles and softens the appearance of body hair in a cozy, calm atmosphere.
Jerome Hagood loved his job at Hair Art & Co so much that he decided to stay for good. So he and his wife Rhonda bought the business in 2004. Seven years later, they moved to a new location, where they continue to beautify clients just as the salon’s original owner had since 1983. The current team includes hairstylists, aestheticians, and a horde of invisible friends. Together, they keep customers looking sharp with haircuts, mani-pedis, facials, waxing, and more.
Flat-screen TVs pipe in professional-grade celebrity faces as nail techs work to gussy up fingertips and toe tops. Skilled aestheticians exfoliate and renew complexions with signature facials and decorate digits with sleek color polish. Rows of plush and cozy pedicure chairs invite guests to take a load off with the help of amenities, such as ceramic soaking basins, padded leather cushions, and gas-powered nail files.