Razors combines a classic barbershop feel with contemporary cuts and styling, with its spa services recently expanded to include services for women. Treat masculine manes to a shampoo, cut, and style ($35) and strike down facial hair in its prime with an old-school straight-razor shave ($35), or contour cuticles with a manicure ($20) and a pedicure ($45). A 30-minute deep-tissue massage ($65) preps overworked male or female muscles, and the 30-minute junior-varsity sports massage ($65) can increase athletic ability, reduce the risk of injury, and assist you in your quest to become the first person to climb Mt. Everest while on a horse. Deep-clean the dermis with a 30-minute facial ($50) or revitalize a fatigued face with a micro-peel ($50). Razors also offers waxing services, with arms ($50 each) and eyebrows ($20) just some of the body parts susceptible to deforestation.
Kayleigh Bynum always starts her appointments with a conversation. She gets to know her guests before she puts scissors to hair in order to get a better feel for each person's personality and lifestyle. With that information, along with their style wishes and face structure, Kayleigh is better able to customize haircuts that accentuate her guests' best physical features and personalities. To create finished looks, she uses Pravana color products, and Coppola Keratin Complex to create smooth, silky waves of hair.
At Hair Razors, the aestheticians inspire blossoming confidence and beauty. With beams of laser technology, they perform photofacials and hair-removal treatments, the latter of which leaves areas such as the underarms, chin, and legs smoother than a butter sculpture of Alfred Hitchcock. They also tend to the extremities with mani-pedis and transform 'dos with highlights and full color. Cleansing facials and eyelash extensions round out the spa's pampering menu.
At Therapeutic Touch, licensed massage therapist Geena Ashley Clay employs well-practiced techniques honed by years of experience to assuage muscle pains and sore tissues. Clients relax under the soothing barrage of gliding Swedish-massage strokes, which aim to unwind tension brought on by stressful workdays or hauling a button-tufted leather sofa into the new backyard treehouse.
Dermal fillers such as Botox and Juvéderm require injection by a steady, confident hand. Not only has Beautiful U Aesthetics’ nurse, Anne Hubbard, mastered the ministration of these cosmetic boosters, she's demonstrated the procedure on a live KARK 4 segment to illustrate the simplicity of the process and prove that she could do it while riding a unicycle and reciting the Cyrillic alphabet. Anne’s specialties range from skin-smoothing injectables to facial services such as microdermabrasion and chemical peels. She can also apply permanent eyeliner above and below the peepers, enhancing clients’ natural features without the wastefulness of applying makeup every morning or using up a birthday wish on something besides preventing asteroid strikes.
A wide variety of stylish threads and accessorizing accessories bedazzle the racks and shelves within the living walls of the boutique. Prepare for the autumn ambush by wrapping a pair of Miss Me ($98) or Lucky Jeans ($99) around your knee-equipped walking sticks. Tresics T-shirts ($50 or less), Lucky tops ($79), and a Sweetees dress ($149) are just a few of the many torso toppers capable of making ladies jealous and making naked mole rats feel even more naked. Pair garments with a fashionable jewelry adornment or a fabric focal point such as a Big Buddha purse ($95), among others. When browsing, feel free to tap the stylish minds of the friendly staff and nearby stylists who will gladly help pick out an outfit to match a newly outfitted hairdo.