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  • Inspire
    Inspire Salon first opened its doors in 2006 to provide downtown Albuquerquens with a refuge from the busy city streets, a place to relax and pursue beauty. The stylists use Bumble and bumble products as the main ingredient in that pursuit, washing, conditioning, and styling hair with them. Other team members focus on sculpting and polishing nails, while aestheticians smooth and sooth skin with facials. They enhance the results of their treatments with professional make-up application. Though they treat their salon as an escape from the world outside, they know that sometimes clients can't afford to take a break from work. They offer all of their guests complementary access to their Wi-Fi network, so they can continue to work or troll fellow commenters while getting a pedicure.
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    504 Central Ave SW
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Picaflor Day Spa
    Picaflor Day Spa's expert beauticians and licensed massage therapists revitalize human exteriors from head to toe with nourishing herbal and botanical blends and all-encompassing spa treatments. Aestheticians use all natural skincare products when tailoring facials to the individual's visage, and massage therapists apply Swedish, trigger-point, and deep-tissue bodywork during massages to target specific aches. Hard and soft wax works to strip skin of excess body hair and inescapable body glitter, and signature spa packages provide equal parts beauty and relaxation, pairing soothing massages with fortifying facials and nail treatments.
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    10701 Montgomery Blvd
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Dollface Salon
    The unisex Dollface Salon has built a beauty all-star squad, joining everyone from hairstylists and eyelash-extension specialists to makeup masters, licensed aestheticians, and nail techs. Always ready to offer something a little different, stylists shave intricate designs and maps that lead to chests full of treasure maps into patrons' ’dos, and apply rainbow mink lashes to create a set of kaleidoscopic pupil guards. The salon's staff also treats blemishes and age spots at the cellular level using PCA Skin products, which they pick out based on a one-on-one consultation that identifies each client's skin type and most pressing conditions.
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    5009 Menaul Blvd
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Brilliant Hair Studio
    Owners Kerry Dixon and Molly Erickson met over a salon receptionists’ desk. Molly was working her way through school behind the desk, and Kerry was painting nails in front of it. They dreamed of creating their own salon, and eight years later opened Brilliant Hair Studio, a Redken-concept salon. At the studio, Kerry and Molly manage a team of stylists and nail technicians who attend frequent Redken symposiums to keep their techniques and secret stylist handshakes current. Funky red swivel chairs and a striped orange wall abut shelves of the salon’s signature products, as well as a jewelry boutique with unconventional and refined necklaces.
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    2910 San Mateo Blvd. NE
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Massage by Shannon Dufour
    Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.National Certification #406219-00 Member since 2004.
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    10701 Montgomery Boulevard Northeast
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Sedona Pointe Integrative Bodywork
    Horses helped teach Elaine Twiggs about the importance of corrective Bodywork. During the years she spent managing and training horses in North Carolina, Elaine noticed that they instinctually responded to her unbalanced posture, compensating with their own bodies and gaits. This spurred her toward learning more about how the human body's alignment and tension could adversely impact its overall well being. After studying the theories behind Structural Integration, she chose to dedicate her life to this Bodywork treatment, first in North Carolina with a 15-year practice before she founded Sedona Pointe Integrative Bodywork in Albuquerque two years ago. Elaine's sessions emphasize the therapeutic benefits of realigning and reeducating using her deep knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. Typical treatment sessions include time for her to observe and evaluate clients' gait and posture. She then uses these observations when working with the tension laden fascia around muscles, which can lessen pain and improve function. In addition to helping clients stand tall and finally ride the big roller coasters, these treatments encourage them to become more aware of their bodies' effects on their overall well being.
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    8204 A Louisiana Blvd. NE
    Albuquerque, NM US
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