Armed with current techniques for properly maintaining noggin lawns, Regis Salon’s network of stores keeps clients’ hair in order as dictated by the latest trends. Within this caravan of hair bazaars, customers’ wild manes are tamed by skillful stylists. Use your Groupon toward a shampoo, cut, and blow-dry ($29–$38) and lean back and dream of break-dancing Stay Puft Marshmallow Men as a stylist carefully cleanses hair with shampoo and conditioner and then clips it into stylish head-hedges that beautifully complement scalp-garden pathways. Afterward, the hair that’s left behind will receive a loving blow-dry for a style that gleams and glitters like a ruby-encrusted bowling ball. During the treatment, stylists offer helpful tips and tricks to help clients care for hair at home. If a shampoo and cut isn't your cup of sports drink, put your Groupon toward the cost of another service, such as hair coloring ($55–$70), highlights ($75–$90), or a perm ($55–$70). Prices vary by location.
My main focus is photography personalized for your needs. I offer my photographic services for events, weddings, family portraits, High School Senior portraits and more. I currently offer my services all over Southern Arizona, including Tucson, Sierra Vista and more. I am happy to travel further with special arrangements.
The vintage-style trolleys in Tombstone Trolley Tours' fleet trace the timeline of their town and offer a narrative history of its past during half-hour historic tours. The vehicles drive by architectural and scenic landmarks as a guide recounts their stories, relaying historical information on such topics as the rise of silver mining and the Boot Hill Graveyard. Other tours in the past have covered spectral hauntings, or carried audiences to Helldorado Town for thrillingly staged gunfights. Each trolley is wheelchair accessible and equipped with air conditioning, and the staff welcomes pets on board free of charge. Tours run continuously from 10:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. every day of the week, and gunfight shows begin at 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m.
When the Smiths pulled up their roots in British Columbia and moved to Arizona, they brought their love of agriculture with them. But they started small?just growing English cucumbers in a greenhouse. Today, the family-run farm has hugely expanded, and 95% of their "veganic", organically-grown produce is distributed in-state.
Year-round, the greenhouses give shelter to a wide variety of vegetables, including micro-greens, herbs, lettuces, kale, beets, carrots, onions, cucumbers, eggplants, and tomatoes. Depending on the season, FarmBoxes are packed with the customer's choice of assorted locally-grown produce that is freshly harvested from the earth, plucked from a shrub, or stolen from a wood nymph that very week.
Amy Moss' workouts aren't tied to some fancy piece of exercise equipment. In fact, many of her sessions take place outside of the gym, allowing her students to get fit while surrounded by the fresh air and green grasses of public parks. Moss believes that motivation, not high-tech machinery, is the key to a fitness success, and she works hard to instill enthusiasm and dedication into each one of her clients. To help them reach their goals, she encourages students to become "accountability partners" for one another, and she also modifies each exercise in a routine to ensure it is accessible to exercisers of all ages and abilites.
At Hana Tokyo, patrons might find the chefs in two different places: in the middle of dining tables, flipping and searing meats on embedded hibachi-grills, or behind a bar, crafting tightly rolled sushi. Special rolls award taste buds with combinations such as spicy tuna, caviar, and avocado, or smoked salmon, crab, and cucumber. Meanwhile, cuts of steak, chicken, or salmon grill in front of patrons, backed up by a cast of teriyaki, noodles, and sake.