The stylists at Divine Touch Salon describes their workplace as "a complete hair salon," and after browsing their menu of services, it's easy to see that that's no exaggeration. The experienced style team, which has a combined 21 years of haircare experience, is adept at handling a wide range of hair care needs, whether they're delivering a regimented military haircut, adding length with weaves, or executing French rolls, braids, and color treatments. With more than two decades of collective experience, the team also has the intuitive know-how to address each client's needs through collaboration and consultation.
In addition to their extensive hair services, the Divine Touch Salon offers treatments that coalesce corrective therapies with holistic modalities. Many of the salon's skincare methods, however, incorporate high-tech products in place of plant-based ones so that clients see results.
Bazzak Hair Salon's new location?a 120-plus-year-old brownstone townhouse in the heart of historic Old Town Alexandria?not only oozes charm and character but has also allowed the staff to expand its service menu. The team of American- and European-trained designers and master colorists has been caring for hair for more than 30 years, and also now can soften hands with soothing paraffin mani-pedis or calm the skin with an organic white-tea facial.
For their hair services, staffers still nourish locks with the natural and eco-friendly ingredients in Ren? Furterer and Priv? products, and specialize in adding face-framing accents or ombre highlights that, like a firefly falling asleep, slowly transition from light to dark.
When Maureen Schantz founded Alternative Health Associates more than two decades ago, she did so with a simple concept in mind: bring together professionals who can tend to customers’ every aesthetic need. She and her staff do just that with a wide range of cosmetic services, ranging from Maureen’s specialty, electrolysis, to Botox and waxing. But their services also extend into aspects of health. Swedish and deep-tissue massages disperse aches, and a protein-oriented weight-loss program builds muscle and gets rid of fat faster than a firm handshake from a really muscular cousin.
New Creation Therapy’s detoxifying services counter impurities introduced to the body through the environment and additives in the foods we eat. Colonics clear waste from the digestive tract, and ionic footbaths draw toxins out through the foot or stiletto. Tea and aromatherapy with extracts of eucalyptus, thyme, and rosemary alleviate digestive and respiratory complaints with help from nature's bounty. For a total-body assault on stress, the Aqua PT machine massages clients with 36 obedient jets of water.
Park your velocipede outside Too Hotties and step inside this ultimate men's barbershop for an old-fashioned hot-towel classic shave. Too Hotties' staff of Sweetie Todds will drape three steaming hot towels on your face in heated preparation for the lunar landing of a triple-edge blade across the ejecta blankets of your facial hair. With a citrus-mint face cleanser, shave oils, and hot lather giving your face a protective and therapeutic cover against the elements, your Too Hotties shave experience will remove hair and reduce stress, leaving the Fu Manchu of your face and the muttonchops of your soul suitably stylized.
Whether you've been looking for a new color to crown your cranium or a pretty polish for your perky piggies, today's deal has you covered from head to toe. With this Groupon, you get $100 worth of services from L'azur Salon and Spa for $50. The Aveda concept salon and spa will smooth and soothe whatever section of your surface area aches for tending, from your freshly sore Olive Oyl tattoo to the love-bite scars from your pet gull. Because you can apply this deal to any of L'azur's myriad services, the hard part might be deciding which parts of you should get special treatment.Major Massage: The leader of the rag-tag unit barks out his orders in a calm, soothing tone. Armed with an array of warm, fragrant oils, this is one commando who’s always “good with his hands.”