At Kay's Esthetics, premium GloTheraputics skin care products work to clear up and replenish epidermises during facials, and hard wax expunges unwanted hairs from the brows, lips, and chin for a smoother, more refined appearance. Kay's Esthetics also offers high performance facials that rope in advanced serums and additives, as well as French bikini and strip waxing services.
No matter the age, gender, or follicle count of their clients, the professionals at Premier Cuts treat them to stylish services in a comfortable setting. They tend to adults with cuts, facial waxings, and thoughtful add-ons such as hot towels, and can style your hair for photo-shoots or special occasions. Children, meanwhile, receive haircuts in airplane styling chairs, where they can pretend to be pilots or watch their favorite cartoons. All treatments are performed with professional products.
The licensed stylists and estheticians at Synergy Salon and Spa aren’t satisfied with simply bringing out the best in every client’s looks; they also task themselves with creating the most relaxing experience possible along the way. As a result, their soothing, upscale hair and beauty sanctuary combines salon standbys such as haircuts, color services, waxing, and eyelash extensions with spa treatments such as facials, massages, and body wraps.
Blissfully removed from the city's bustle and nestled amidst the scenic vistas of Canyon Lake, Total Image Salon & Day Spa treats tired tendons and their owners to therapeutic, beautifying treatments. Start with complimentary tastes of bottled water, wine, cheese, and crackers before settling in for a signature one-hour spa pedicure (a $45 value). Soothing toe and foot treatments are supplemented with the smoothing of calluses, intensive massage, and a foot mask to nourish dry feet and nurture their Kabuki pursuits. Equally exhaustive regaling is bestowed upon hands and fingers in the spa manicure (a $25 value), which revitalizes down-and-out digits and the mitts that house them through an aromatherapy salt-glow exfoliation and a paraffin treatment, which banishes excess dryness.
Belle Waxing and Skincare founder Elizabeth Winston-Williams believes that what’s good for the environment is also good for the skin; namely, products that eschew harsh additives, synthetic fragrance, and paraben preservatives. She uses high-quality Berodin French depilatory wax when evicting fuzz from male and females clients, ensuring a clean environment with sanitized tables and linens, as well as a prohibition on double dipping sticks. To enhance natural beauty, her staff foregoes heavy foundations or bulky wax lips for Jane Iredale mineral makeup and round out their services with custom facial treatments and lash tinting. Elizabeth's licensed nutritionist, Tabitha Eavenson, studied at both Aveda School of Austin and Texas State University. She works with clients one-on-one to help them eat better, lose weight, and achieve glowing complexions.
At first blush, Millennium Medi Spa seems to suffer from a crisis of identity. On one hand, the med spa relies on the clinical expertise of its physician directors to rejuvenate clients’ skin with advanced treatments. But one can’t help but notice the tranquil, spa-like atmosphere and the profusion of treatments—mani-pedis, massages, hydrating facials—that seem rooted in relaxation more than anything else.
These two personalities converge seamlessly thanks to a staff that splits its focus between results and relaxation. Technicians beautify nails with scrubs, paraffin dips, and glossy coats of polish while aestheticians tighten skin and release toxins with body wraps. Similarly results-based procedures include chemical peels, dermal fillers, and vibradermabrasion treatments that reduce the appearance of fine lines and barnacles stuck to the face.