While earning her degree in Business Entrepreneurship, Alicia Moore's dedication to skincare earned her the nickname "Beauty Sensai." So she formalized the moniker when she opened her business, and today, beautifies clients with the effortless professionalism of a veteran aesthetician. Specializing in hair removal, Alicia offers basic waxing as well as natural sugaring and threading, which allows her the precision needed to finely sculpt eyebrows into perfect arches or smiling caterpillars. Other beautifying services include skin-rejuvenating LED treatments and professional makeup application.
Utopia Tanning & Spa bills "tanning" ahead of their other services with good reason: they offer three different approaches to getting a sun-kissed glow. In addition to traditional UV tanning booths, techs apply custom tans by hand or help clients into their Mystic spray-tanning booth. Dr. Gallacher, a certified dermatologist and laser surgeon, bolsters the spa's menu by providing more intense treatments through her own location in Danville. Meanwhile, on-site experts wax away fuzz, apply facials to ward off blemishes and wrinkles, and knead tense muscles. They also diminish the appearance of cellulite with red-light therapy booths and lengthen tresses with natural hair extensions donated by organically grown humans.
At SpaEscent, beauty expert Nidia facilitates internal relaxation and external revitalization. She turns back epidermal clocks with clarifying facials, peels, and microdermabrasion treatments that use diamonds or crystals to buff away dead skin and squatting paupers. Nidia uses herbal body wraps and salt scrubs to tighten and exfoliate the entire body, coupling her services with relaxing mugs of herbal tea.
Treat yourself to spa services from fingertip to toe with today’s Groupon: $25 gets you $50 worth of spa services at Zaza Nail Spa, a soothing South Park nail haven that offers waxing, tinting, and threading services along with nail pampering.The night was young, and Nails’s trademark deck of razor-sharp playing cards weighed heavily in his pocket with the looming heft of an untold story. Which night was tonight? The night he went straight? Or the night he finally struck it big with the score of a lifetime? A pottery heist, maybe, or some kind of real estate thing. The streetlight painted his sharp features in electric beige, and he felt cold, and lucky.