Though her business may be focused on detaching hairs, licensed esthetician Tiffany Taylor offers anything but detached service. Instead, she champions an "anti-spa" approach, cultivating a warmer, more relaxed atmosphere than what's found in many conventional beauty venues. At ME Beauty, she and her staff chat breezily with clients, refer to their treatments by witty names—for example, a chin wax is a "chinchilla"—and wear regular clothing instead of the overly official uniforms or hazmat suits a lot of other spas require.
Although their attitudes may be casual, their dedication to their craft is anything but. They specialize exclusively in waxing for men and women, boasting rigorous training in the art of swift hair-removal. As a result, they can remove unwanted strands from most any body part between the toes and brows, such as the arms, chest, and bikini areas. They utilize a brand of professional wax sold out of Australia, and never double-dip during appointments. For sensitive zones, clients can purchase Dr. Edna's Bare Ease Cream right at the salon to apply to themselves prior to treatments, which can help lessen the treatment's sting.
Chiropractors treat much more than back pain – something Dr. Ken McCauley learned at the age of 19. Suffering from debilitating migraines, Dr. McCauley reached out to a chiropractor after countless medical doctors unsuccessfully treated his skull-splitting episodes. The relief from the first adjustment was instantaneous, and that moment spearheaded his excursion to chiropractic school.
Now a chiropractor himself, Dr. McCauley sweeps away migraines, neck and back pain, and joint injuries from sports such as football or raucous bocce ball matches. He accomplishes these feats with a variety of chiropractic techniques and on-staff massage therapists dispensing kneading sessions.
The mother-daughter team behind Rochester Esthetics Body Spa adheres to the motto, ?We don?t have clients?we have friends.? They keep their cozy spa as inviting as possible, taking a warm, personal approach when arranging appointments instead of asking clients to weld scheduling requests into a cold piece of steel. Inside treatment rooms, facials counteract oily complexions and stubborn acne, and massages soothe tense and sore muscles. Clients can also clear away unwanted facial and body hair with waxing services and top off treatments with a pedicure or makeup application.
Each of the stylists and nail techs on Salon Monaco Detroit's staff has at least a decade of experience. It's no wonder, then, that guests trust them to provide services ranging from brazilian keratin treatments and hair extensions to shellac manicures and paraffin hand treatments. On the skincare side, clients undergo treatments such as acne facials, microdermabrasion, and sea salt body exfoliation.
Dynamic Chiropractic Centers' chiropractic doctors aim to treat aches and pains while also focusing on preventative care. The team takes a "whole body approach," which means proactively treating imbalances that could one day develop into more serious issues. The doctors also complement treatments with postural screenings, which can discover spinal ailments such as a cracked vertebrae. Massage therapists address other non-chiropractic needs.
Blow Dry Divas owner Kimberly Williams built her salon to be a fun place to hang out. In addition to a full menu of hair services—which range from cuts to blowouts—the salon throws parties where teens can primp for prom or girlfriends can get together for drinks before a night out. Williams even hosts photo shoots at her onsite boudoir studio, where you can get "pinup" shots and re-create your favorite Sears-catalogue covers.