Newly opened Bonbon Nails' skilled technicians soothe finger stress and relieve toe-carried tension with deluxe mani-pedis. Over the course of 90 minutes, hands are equipped with shiny new finger helmets to help them suppress finger puppet riots. Renegade cuticles clean up with a straightedge trim as symmetrical tips take the place of unruly edges. After a calming soak and cleaning, gnarled hands and feet reemerge as fresh and radiant as a blushing Aphrodite. A deliberate polishing in the color scheme of your choice finishes up the digital transformation.
Chipped nails, short nails, uneven nails?the techs at Solar Nails are skilled at taking ragged tips and turning them into glossy, colorful digits. For a little extra pizazz, the team can enhance nails with glitter polish, polka dots, or another chic design, or coat each nail in Shellac polish, which resists chips for days longer than traditional nail lacquer. In addition to classic mani-pedis, the nail spa also offers acrylic nail services, as well as pampering extras like skin-softening paraffin wax treatments.
The attentive staff at Revo Nails & Spa festoons fingers and toes with a glossy array of nature nails, acrylic nails, and CND Shellac polishes. But that's just the final step in relaxing nail regimens that include foaming sea-soak whirlpool baths, reflexology massages, and meticulous grooming and buffing services. Lest extremities have all the fun, the staff also brings complexions to a radiant glow with nourishing facials and subdues tension in the muscles with Swedish and deep-tissue massages, also designing packages for brides or those playing the role of king, queen, or spoiled mayor for a day.
Edward Harlan Scott II owes his passion for hair design, at least in part, to his parents. As a musician, Scott's father emphasized creativity, and his mother stressed the importance of education and training for a career he would love. So, after arming himself with a pair of shears at the age of 14, Scott honed his skills at the Vidal Sassoon Academy of New York and the Graham Webb Academy. Today, he has been working in the fashion and beauty business for more than 20 years, educating for John Paul Mitchell Systems, contributing to numerous photo shoots, and traveling across the country to learn the latest techniques.
At his salon, Scott and his band of tress tamers put this extensive experience to use. Amid warm sunbeams and cool black accent furniture, they sculpt hair into dramatic styles, framing faces with accentuating color, readying brides for their big day, and using extensions to lengthen locks clipped short while head-banging next to a box fan.