Frequently regarded as one of Seattle’s best manicure and pedicure salons, Hoa Salon’s clean and spa-like environment is a cut above run-of-the-mill nail parlors that reek of chemicals and hum with televised soap operas. Hoa’s hushed Roosevelt store calms patrons with its ambient lighting and a welcoming front desk. There’s no TV here (though WiFi is available), just plenty of OPI polishes to choose from and a spa menu that features manicures, pedicures and waxing treatments. Add paraffin, an exfoliating scrub, a mask, or leg massage to soften and soothe skin while you’re at it. And for special occasions, groups can reserve a private room with six pedicure stations for all to enjoy. Staff will even happily secure a banquet permit so the champagne and boutique treats can flow freely while getting your nails done.
The eyebrow's shape conveys a wealth of emotions, such as raised to show surprise and no eyebrows to show you have no emotions. Whatever the mood, the skilled technicians at e-Brow Lounge ensure that those intentions are crystal clear with specialty hair-removal services. Waxing is available for below-brow areas such as legs and arms. Clients may also retreat to a private room for a Dermalogica facial or a soothing massage with a licensed therapist.
Much like the brother that's been crashing on your couch for six months running, hair has a tendency to show up in places where it's not wanted and then never leave. Today's Groupon will remove these pesky pelos for good with an hour-long electrolysis session at Trevino Skin Care (the artist formerly known as Zwickert Electrolysis) in downtown Seattle for $30 (a $66 value). If you're part sasquatch on your mother's side, you can even buy two Groupons for two full hours of hair-vanishing activity.
American Laser Centers provides BEAUTY THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Since 2002, we have performed over 6 million treatments in our 170 clinics across the country. We are committed to offering the newest and most effective treatment technologies to deliver the safest and fastest results.
Clients stepping into Urban Yoga Spa— with its rows of candle votives and futuristic white decor—may feel as if they’ve entered a meditation chamber in the twenty-third century. Designed by award-winning architects, the minimalist decor aims for a specific effect; the intentional absence of color evokes the look of a blank canvas or Ted Turner’s worst nightmare, helping clients to clear their minds during intense yoga sessions led by skilled instructors. Hot Hatha and power Vinyasa classes held seven days a week help inspire practitioners to find the serenity in a challenging series of poses. Meanwhile, the spa’s aestheticians pamper newly toned bodies with massages, nail treatments, acupuncture, and waxings.