Kim Rogers believes that loving others begins with loving and nurturing oneself. As the owner of OneIIOne Studio Spa, she helps her clients accomplish this through pampering and relaxation services. Rosemary-mint wraps exfoliate and hydrate skin as the natural essences help guests relax, whereas peppermint wraps firm and soothe skin. She also pampers guests with hot-stone facials and massages, along with waxing services and spa packages.
Licensed cosmetologist Tyger McClendon specializes in transforming locks with extensions and layer cutting. She does so with products from brands by Paul Mitchell, Joico, and Nairobi. In addition to styling heads of hair, Tyger also tends to eyebrow hairs with waxing and tinting services, and bolsters lashes with silk extensions.
Hair and nails have a lot in common; they're in a perpetual state of growth, they look better with color, and they both taste better when dipped in chocolate. Drawing on these and other similarities, Studio 360 Salon & Spa offers a beautification mecca to pamper both hair and nails simultaneously. Guests can request Leslie for bold layers and color highlights, or solicit Mare's expertise for a coat of durable color polish.
Though their talents are as diverse as their tools—which include products from Bumble and bumble, Wella, OPI, and Dermalogica—the stylists and beauty experts at SalonBlu share a single mission: to enhance their clients’ natural beauty. The expert stylists customize cuts for heads all shapes and sizes and add luster to hair with infusions of proteins culled from plants and sustainably harvested granola bars. On the other side of the salon, skincare specialists beautify visages with facial treatments that range from peels to microdermabrasions and nail technicians brush on chip-resistant shellac polish and apply artificial nails. The full-service salon also hosts a team of massage therapists, that shoos away stress with five different modalities, including an express scalp massage and a more intensive chakra-balancing treatment.
SalonBlu permeates its studio space with royal-blue styling chairs, punctuated with blond woods, black-and-white photography, and a sleek, chrome coffee machine that keeps guests from falling asleep by telling riveting stories about its time as the personal coffeemaker to Gerald Ford.
For many people, pampering means spending the day at the spa or napping in a pool full of kittens. For others, it could mean learning new skills in a sexy fitness class. At Be Studios, guests get two out of four. In one glam-blasted room, instructors lead pole-dancing pupils in the sultry arts. Down the hall, spa technicians beautify guests with an array of spa services such as facials for exfoliating dry skin. Either way, the studio aims to outfit women with experiences and accoutrements to help them leave feeling relaxed and empowered, much like a nuclear plant on a cruise ship.