For many people, giving their car a hand wash means wasting an entire afternoon. But at Rosecrans Car Wash, techs vacuum crumb-laden interiors, clean grimy windows, and hand wash sullied car exteriors in just under 15 minutes. Of course, that's just if you want the works. Other services, like exterior-only washes, can take as little as 10 minutes, while those with a little extra time on their hands can treat their rides to extras such as a hand wax, tire dressing, or interior shampooing. While you sit and wait, you can even take care of another chore: the facility's coin-op dog wash provides everything you need to give your four-legged friend a bath so he can drive home with pride.
Though dogs might be colorblind, it's likely they will find comfort in the bright and colorful private suites at The Golden Paw. The boarding kennels are each coated in fresh, natural colors that remind canine visitors of healthy lawns, and also feature amenities such as flat-screen TVs, plush bedding, and web cameras so owners can make sure their dogs are happily eating, playing, and flossing their teeth. In addition to providing pets with a little rest and relaxation, the team provides full-service grooming and obedience training, and recently added daycare to its list of services.
This cage-free doggie daycare and boarding facility in Mission Hills has a friendly vibe and warm, welcoming ambiance. With more than 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, four-legged friends can roam, romp and play all day at Camp Run-A-Mutt. Waterfalls, splash pools and misters keeps canines cool in the sometimes blazing Southern California sun, and the grooming services are a bonus for busy pet owners. Playtime means balls, bubbles, Frisbees, climbing platforms and more, while overnight stays for pups mean a cage-free evening, with each canine receiving their own bed. Best of all, webcams let nervous owners keep an eye on their precious pets as they scamper around the facilities.
Since graduating from cosmetology school in 2001, Brooklyn Peralta has gone on to do some great things in her industry. She began working for L'Oreal Professional Canada in 2004, teaching other stylists her techniques, and in 2006, she moved from Canada to New York, where she worked at celebrity stylist Roy Teeluck's salon and did the styling for various photo shoots and runway shows. In 2011, she attended a one-month training course at Arrojo in New York taught by What Not to Wear's hairstylist Nick Arrojo.
Now at Say Lula Salon, she stands out with her precision cuts and hand-painted balayage highlights, which look as natural as a can of Tang in an astronaut's hand.