Tanning in Central Seattle

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At Frenchy's Day Spa, every last detail emanates the luxurious spirit of Paris, from the treatments to the product lines to the ornately curved furnishings and lamps resembling the Eiffel Tower. This living love letter to the City of Light has earned the spa much recognition from both local and national magazines. Their extensive list of services showcases an array of facials, which range from enzyme peels to more medically targeted treatments. Eyelash extensions, makeup application, brow shaping, and sugaring—a gentler, natural alternative to wax—also work to beautify guests.

As clients repose in deep leather chairs for a luxurious pedicure, they are pampered and massaged while sipping a cup of Market Spice Tea. In addition to also offering nail services and organic spray tans, clients can also peruse the beauty boutique for such products as Chantecaille, La Mer, and Babor.

3131 E Madison St
Seattle,
WA
US

Wax On has been offering stellar strand-stripping services to discerning hair producers since 1999 from its fun spa environment. There is no follicle too wispy or fuzz too peachy to avoid the professional waxen maidens at Wax On. Like the helpful, friendly staff chants during their pre-day huddle—if it has hair, it can be made bare. The careful and pleasant purveyors of slickness will use their years of experience and connection with the dark side to target overgrown sprouts and diligently bid them adieu. Put your best face forward for your next photo shoot or photo firing squad with a lip ($15) or eyebrow ($15) wax. Otherwise, opt for a full leg ($50) or Brazilian ($70) treatment to improve your hydrodynamics during a summer of late-night skinny-snorkeling. The waxery also harvests hair from the skin of self-conscious gents looking to quietly rid their neck ($20), chest ($25), or bikini zone ($45) of unwelcome sasquatch fur.

521 15th Ave E
Seattle,
WA
US

When the staffers at Desert Sun Tanning Salons say they can fix your problems with a cocktail, they’re not talking about libations. Instead, they’re referring to a method that combines two types of bronzing styles. After lying in a traditional sunbed, patrons pop into an automatic spray-tanning booth. The idea is that the UV rays in the bed trigger melanin production and open the pores so that the spray tan goes on darker and lasts longer. Of course, customers can indulge in either of these options separately, choosing from a fleet of machinery that includes Mystic Tan and VersaSpa sunless tanning booths and silver-, gold-, and platinum-level sunbeds.

They can also undergo a session that doesn’t change the skin’s tone, but, rather, tones it. Red-light therapy drenches the skin in fluorescent light that boosts collagen production in order to firm skin, tighten muscles, and transform sagging bloomers into boxer briefs. Regular salon visitors can consider purchasing a membership, which entitles them to tanning-bed upgrades and discounts on skincare products.

1809 E Olive Way
Seattle,
WA
US