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Like a cake, Napolitano Day Spa Salon is made up of layers, each as tempting as the last. At first glance, the Spa Salon appears to be a boutique. In its orange-walled entrance room, wooden tables and racks showcase clothing, accessories, and beauty products to a soundtrack of modern music. As clients journey past one of the center's two burbling fountains, they enter the salon space, where a team of stylists customizes hair with fashionable cuts and flattering colors. Farther back still, past the bustling stylist stations, is a haven of peace embodied by private spa-treatment rooms, soothing music, and a relaxation room filled with complimentary tea and flattering whispers. Awarded Seattle Met's Best Facial of 2008, the spa refines visages with nine options that harness Dermalogica and Jan Marini products. Each one comes with a personalized routine for home care, an herbal foot soak with lavender and rosemary, and their signature recipe of non-invasive clinical therapies. Meanwhile, French seaweed, algae, and personalized aromatherapy lend body wraps and massages a touch of nourishment and help clients to prepare for dates with handsome lake monsters.
3212 Harvard Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US
The staff at Aveda Caruh Salon knows what it?s like to want to bring your inner beauty to the outside. As their website says, ?We think our exterior of our building looks awful and are glad that ?beauty is on the inside.?? They may not be able to do much with the exterior, but owner Cyndi DeSoto and her salon and spa teams bring the beauty of their clients to the forefront with hair and skin services that use plant-based Aveda products and organic essential oils squeezed from delicate flower organs. Since it opened in 1988, the salon has not only expanded its space and gone from styling mullets to long layers and pixie cuts, it?s also been voted one of the Top 200 Salons in America by Salon Today magazine. It isn?t just the precision cuts and colors, clarifying facials, or muscle-soothing massages that make it a top salon; it?s also the exuberant spirit of the staff. On average, Caruh donates about $40,000 per year to local charities, and every first Thursday, the salon closes for three hours for the staff to meet, bond, and celebrate successes.
6417 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US
While studying hairdressing in the late 1980s at an Aveda salon, Lisa Vann fell in love with the company's products and global ethics. She decided to further her relationship with the beauty business by helping to develop new Aveda haircare lines and traveling the world to demonstrate the brand's products and techniques to other salon professionals. The owner and acclaimed stylist of Milagros Salon Spa has had her work featured in several publications, including Glamour, Marie Claire, and Essence, and received four consecutive nominations for international hairstylist of the year from the Canadian Mirror Awards. In keeping with Lisa's Aveda upbringing, Milagros's staff performs each salon and spa treatment with botanically derived Aveda products. Stylists brighten strands and fading area rugs using Aveda Full Spectrum hair color blended from 97% natural ingredients. Body treatments—such as the rosemary-mint wrap and sea-salt polish���and custom facials detoxify and balance skin with plant extracts and hydrating creams.
2030 1st Ave
Seattle,
WA
US
The savvy staff at duque salon + spa + boutique exercise precise aesthetic methods while crafting distinct styles through haircuts, makeup treatments, and salon services. Executive Stylist Giovanna Duque, who has honed her shear-wielding abilities on the manes of models and actors including Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams, utilizes tension-free dry-cutting methods which deliver precise shapes. To begin each deluge-free treatment, Giovanna straightens strands with a flatiron and proceeds to shape head shrubbery with slight vertical scissor cuts for a gentle, tapered end. During the Face Forward makeup application, duque salon + spa + boutique's rouge Rembrandts collaborate with skin tones, facial features, and individual styles to create a natural look for each beauty seeker. Alternatively, clients can opt for highlights, all-over color, deep-conditioning treatments, or updos. The exposed-brick walls of duque salon + spa + boutique's studio contrast with contemporary black-and-chrome furnishings to provide clients with a comfortable arena in which to unwind while sipping on complimentary tea or nibbling on light eats.
5348 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle,
WA
US
Because massages work the most benefits on a battered body when they are administered regularly, Massage Heights' licensed therapists makes it easy for stressed Seattleites to keep their back-dough kneaded with membership programs. Your path to the peak of muscle relaxation starts with a one-hour massage tailored to your tensions out of a tapestry of techniques. Long, smooth Swedish strokes might give way to the delving finger pressure of deep tissue or a toxin-flushing flourish of sports massage. Your therapist might even toss in a little pregnancy massage if you've accidentally inhaled a cantaloupe. An artful arrangement of hot stones melts muscle butter further, relieving stress, improving circulation, and ridding the body of toxins such as hatred and Diet Mountain Dew.
5401 Leary Ave NW
Seattle,
WA
US
One day your futuristic Massage-O-Matic will fritz and fangle to a mess of bolts. Today's side deal has your back with an hour-long massage of your choice at Artful Touch Massage for $30. Courtnee Papastathis, LMP, and her licensed massage-practitioner hands will recharge your weary self within the deeply soothing environment of Seattle's Medical Dental Building on Olive Way. She'll utilize the restorative powers of deep-tissue, Thai, muscle energy, neuromuscular technique, or myofascial release massage.
509 Olive Way #1645
Seattle,
Washington
US
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