The licensed beauty experts of Spokane Hair and Body Lounge revamp visages while educating both themselves and their clients in the latest industry advances. Megan Devine, a medical aesthetician, draws on 10 years of cosmetic-dermatology experience as she recommends skincare routines and revitalizes epidermises with peels, facials, and microdermabrasion. She also specializes in airbrushed makeup for weddings and unadorned brick walls. April, the staff cosmetologist, crafts gentlemanly 'dos and imbues coiffures with vibrant color. When the staff isn't beautifying bods from the neck up, they can wax unwanted hair, swaddle clients with body wraps, and tame talons with manicures and pedicures.
Posters for the Broadway musicals Hair and Hairspray hang on the walls at On Broadway Salon & Day Spa, fitting both themes of this chic salon. A red carpet adorns the hallway floors, leading clients to plush chairs in which hair stylists pamper them with professional hair treatments. Practitioners also perform lavish spa treatments such as facials and massages in rooms adorned with more Broadway posters.
Unique Beauty Salon sculpts slimmer silhouettes using the Satin Smooth SmoothSculpt system. Using a cupping wand, the SmoothSculpt stimulates sections of skin using a combination of pulsing, gentle suction, and a recording of Eye of the Tiger, massaging the dermal layers to boost blood flow and motivate collagen production. This pressure pushes the body to release the toxins, stagnant fluids, and cellular debris responsible for cellulite, draining them through the lymphatic system and leaving behind plumper, smoother skin. Clients feel no pain during the noninvasive procedure and could see firmer skin immediately, though six treatments are typically recommended for satisfactory results.
Alyssa Sandahl is a hairstylist working out of DiBiasi’s A Salon, a haven for personal transformation and relaxation. The former comes by way of precision haircuts for men and women, as well as hair coloring and highlights. Relaxation awaits in private treatment rooms, where therapists dole out hot-stone massages and foot-reflexology treatments. Other services include facials and chemical peels.
A luxurious interior welcomes men to Weldon Barber, which blends a warm, modern aesthetic with rustic accents, such as a fireplace tucked into a stone wall. While waiting for a cut or shave, guests sink into plush leather chairs and sip complimentary coffee, cola, or bottled water while feasting eyes on a flat-screen TV or a selection of men's magazines.
During signature haircuts—the shop’s bread and butter—stylists commence to pamper with a shampoo and a scalp massage before snipping away extraneous strands to craft a custom haircut inspired by a favorite celebrity or janitorial mop. A delicate detailing of brows, ears, and the nose eliminates rogue facial hairs, and a hot face towel and neck shave leave visages smooth. Clients can pair cuts with a timesaver or a signature shave to quickly and comprehensively free jawlines of five o’clock shadows. Throughout the entire andro-aesthetic adventure, stylists lavish clients with Aveda, Jack Black, and American Crew products.
The Man Shop experience begins long before clients are led to their styling chair. At this throwback men's salon with a twist, a sign on the door warns that it's "rated PG-13" for attitude, and visits begin with a game of pool, darts, or an arcade game. Once men are seated in the styling chair, they're handed a remote to their own personal TV. As they veg out in front of the tube, stylists get to work with clipper cuts, razor fades, and grey blending. The Man Shop also features classic hot-towel shaves complete with foam, moisturizers, and straight razors.