Marc Stevens's army of aestheticians—oft referred to as the Care Team—revivifies clients with a full range of salon and spa services for the nails, skin, and hair. Team members continually expand and refine their talents during monthly workshops in which salon innovations and upcoming fanny-pack trends are revealed. Team members at the spa, which has red-tile floors and intricate black chairs, believe that the art of beauty can be tailored to the needs of each client.
Since its founding in 2007, Urban Tan has catered to customers of all skin types and tanning goals with traditional UV tanning or sunless tanning services. Four levels tanning beds bathe customers in a comfortable glow, tinting skin to a healthy bronze or destroying film negatives. Two types of sunless spray tanning offer custom hues without UV rays: Mystic HD and VersaSpa automated spray-tanning booths mist customers with one of four moisturizing tanners. Customers can enhance and preserve tans with a range of products available for purchase, including Swedish Beauty's green Eco Chic tanning line and Miami Ink's tattoo-protecting lotions.
Salon Edge owner Richard O’Connor works each day to achieve his goal as a hairstylist: to boost his clients’ outer beauty and inspire confidence. Richard’s supporting staff includes a hair sculptor, two aestheticians, and a master stylist with 30 years of experience. The team works to bring its customers’ visions to life with precise cuts, fully custom color treatments, and skin-type-specific spa treatments. The two aestheticians can perform a diverse range of services, from waxing, massages, and facials to hoof care and nailcare. And as if all these services in one place weren't convenient enough, Salon Edge has free parking.
Cosmetologist Ambra Robinson sets up shop at 212 Salon, where she beautifies clients with hairstyling and nailcare. Along with cuts and styles, she updates locks with Brazilian keratin treatments and bang-trims, helping guests achieve a new look and reconnect with their eyebrows.
Inside 212 Salon & Spa, stylist Bridget Caradine uses her Paul Mitchell training to create stylish, healthy hair. She works with both straight and textured natural hair, which she can emphasize with twists or locs or smooth out with keratin treatments. Alongside more traditional hairstyles, she also can apply feather extensions to create a pop of color and texture. She works with clients of all ages, so families can come in for a complete hair makeover together.
Toxins flee from the purifying paws of Blue Nile Spa's holistic healers, whose services fuse age-old practices with contemporary equipment to nurture soft, healthy skeleton-sheaths. Pamper your protoplasmic suit in a relaxing japanese bath steeped with mineral-rich seaweed and salts plucked from the Dead Sea. The rich combination of phytonutrients helps purge the pelt of impurities, allowing it to emerge after 20 minutes looking and feeling as smooth as a pair of Barry White's silk pajamas stuffed with chocolate mousse. Next, a gentle dry brushing shatters dead-skin barricades, liberating clogged pores and allowing them to warmly welcome the body wrap's jojoba and essential oils into their epidermal ranks. As clients relax on the treatment table, soothing rays of infrared heat warm the toxin-abating cocoon, stimulating circulation, melting aches and pains, and bestowing limbs with the ability to track weather patterns.