With more than 20 years of experience and training at prestigious institutions such as Toni & Guy and Colorcutting USA, Delight Hair Salon owner Cindy Tran leads a crew of stylists who pamper guests with an array of salon and spa services. As the team revamps hairstyles with scissors and colorful dyes, clients can admire the salon's various forms of greenery, such as trellises covered in ivy and potted plants jealous that their tops aren’t getting pruned too. For more than seven years, stylists have also been performing eyelash extensions, giving lashes a more dramatic look by threading each lash individually. In addition, staff curl or straighten strands with help from their supply of haircare products, which include formulas by Biolage, Pureology, Paul Mitchell, and Crew.
As a teenager, Dr. Ken Savage turned to chiropractic care to overcome a serious sports injury that would have otherwise required surgery. Today Dr. Savage, alongside co-physician Dr. Jason Bauer, employs a variety of customized adjustment philosophies, which aim to improve his clients? overall health.
In addition to treating their clients? spinal concerns, the doctors of Chiropractic First take their health mission on the road, speaking on television, at colleges, and in offices during public speaking engagements. They also offer educational workshops that focus on five factors of good health that include exercising and not constructing your own food pyramid entirely out of marshmallows.
In 85 offices across the country, chiropractors combine their skills and decades of experience to alleviate soreness and stiffness caused by spinal conditions. In all New Beginnings Chiropractic Offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth’s enormous spinal column.
Bloomers Flowers designs and delivers elegant floral arrangements artfully assembled to capture seasonal colors and commemorate all kinds of special occasions. Bestow a birthday girl with a fragrant medley of light-pink roses, white Asiatic lilies, and cushion-spray chrysanthemums ($40-$60), cradled in a stylish glass vase, which can be reused or converted into a handy storage container for oxygen, or choose from a colorful collection of seasonal winter bouquets, painstakingly pruned by Bloomers’ clipper-wielding crew of floral fashionistas ($40-$87.95). Flowers can be delivered throughout greater San Jose, which means you can order a fresh anniversary bouquet to help make up for last year's last-minute bouquet of dried spaghetti.