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Regular clients of House of Lashes can never seem to find their mascara, simply because they haven?t used it in a long, long time. Every few weeks, they lie back as one of the salon?s stylists adheres real or synthetic mink or silk eyelash extensions to their natural lashes. The staff uses a medical-grade adhesive to forge the bond for up to 90 days, long enough to reenact the entire childhood of the average Middle Ages king. In case clients want to go the opposite direction, the technicians also perform and array of waxing services.

8606 35th Ave Ste L6
Seattle,
WA
US

Two talented staffers make treatments at Good Electrolysis & SkinCare possible. Marcella Good is the resident electrolysis expert, motivated to start her career after receiving treatments herself. "As a client," she says, "I understand the frustration and embarrassment of unwanted hair."

Amelie Stevens is the spa's aesthetician, and she, too, removes unwanted hair. But her mode of operation is waxing, instead of using lasers or waiting for hairs to migrate for the winter. Amelie's fascination with the science of the human body has given her a uniquely holistic view of skincare. She feels education is important, so when clients come in for facials, they're also regaled with Amelie's in depth instructions for preventative care. "The more experience I gain," she says, "the more it fascinates me how the face forms the connection between the internal and external world."

10015 Lake City Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US

Vintage pinup girls keep watch over the transformations that take place inside Pinup Salon, where tiny clouds of hair spray and the hum of hair dryers surround guests in a cozy space. The framed pictures?clinging to walls and resting on top of hairstylists? workstations?and vintage shots of James Dean serve as creative inspiration for the stylists. Aside from re-creating the pinup hairdos made popular in the 1940s and 1950s, the stylists craft classic and modern ?dos with trendy ombre locks, using such hues as cobalt blue, hot pink, and clear.

6327 Ravenna Ave NE
Seattle,
WA
US

The employees of Spa Envy have a simple ambition: they merely want to sit their clients in tension-melting Shiatsu massage chairs and work on relaxing their minds and bodies. Talk about a formula for success! And if that weren’t enough, Spa Envy does more than seek to restore energy and soothe pained bodies; their services include hand and foot care treatments, a variety of waxing options and facial services, as well as tinting. The friendly, calm interior of this University District location makes each session a calming one, with dark wood trim, lots of natural lighting and black leather chairs that are as comfortable to look at as they are to sit in. There are discounts for first-time customers, though many getting massaged are longtime clients.

5025 25th Ave NE
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

Ten Pachi Modern Salon owner Dot Hachey had two aims when she opened for business. One, she wanted to bring a touch of New York to her University District location, and two: to create a space where both men and women can feel comfortable receiving high-end hairstyling services. By all accounts, Hachey has succeeded at both, working inside a sleek salon space that’s decked out in wood, glass and leather, while offering unisex haircuts, styling and colorings that can still manage to meet a working-person’s budget. Services are simple and straightforward, from light trims to entire haircut makeovers, including coloring and a variety of chemical treatments.

5611 University Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US