At Artistic Cuts Salon & Spa, a cool blue tile mosaic greets visitors when they approach the desk, scarcely concealing murals of swans and cranes that usher in a feeling of serenity. Beneath hanging lanterns, specialists perform a variety of salon and spa services for men and women. Stylists tame locks with custom haircuts, coloring, perms, and straightening treatments, which can be complemented by other beauty services such as waxing and permanent makeup. Spa technicians also reward bodies with massages, facials, and skin treatments such as microdermabrasion.
The licensed follicle whisperers at It's All About Me raise drooping spirits with a head-turning mane makeover. The human fleece revision begins with a color infusing lowlight or highlight service, adding depth to hair and playing favorites with sibling strands. Tresses also receive a proper trimming and style from the steady hands of the stylist, ramping the chic factor to new heights. A deep-conditioning treatment bolsters limp locks, giving hair a strong body and enough courage to finally tell their smothering hairbands to hit the bricks.
At her eponymous facial studio, Linda Principe combines her skincare expertise with pharmaceutical-grade ClarityRx products to help her clients attain smooth and youthful complexions. Licensed as a facial specialist and a medical electrologist, Linda calls on technical acumen and deep knowledge of skin care issues to curate cutting-edge treatments that refresh the face naturally. Take, for example, the oxygen therapy facial, a collaborative dance of high-powered serums and pressurized oxygen that hydrates the skin like the traditional Gatorade-bucket dump at a presidential-election acceptance speech. Even more advanced skincare options, such as diamond tip microdermabrasions and salicylic acid peels, take a more aggressive stand against imperfections, and Linda's arsenal of hard and soft waxes swiftly remove hair without irritating skin.
As a young man, John McKenna realized he had a talent for hairstyling, eventually moving from New York to the beaches of Florida to open his own salon. In addition to transforming the hair of clients ranging from mothers to teens, McKenna styled Miss Tampa's hair and won a reader-nominated runner-up award in 2010's Best of the Bay. Within his European-style salon, an exposed-brick accent wall adds a splash of warmth to furniture's sleek design, much like the cardigans that zoologists fit over the cheetahs they study. Behind their stations, certified color specialists paint tresses with golden highlights or lowlights and cover grays with Matrix honey-based color cream, which the salon guarantees will completely mask the offending strands. Stylists consult with clients before taking the first scissors swipes, determining the best shapes, lengths, and hues to fit each client's style. McKenna personally assures clients that "how you look is as important to us as it is to you."
Inside CJ’s Salon, whimsical touches abound as stylists artistically highlight locks with fading ombre or bold color-block patterns. Giant stars and the scissors used to clip the Statue of Liberty’s famous coif adorn the walls, while black leather chairs cushion clients for all their styling and waxing needs. Along with haircuts for men, women, and kids, the staff brings digits up to snuff with nailcare.
Salon JR is a Paul Mitchell Signature Salon, where our goal is to maintain the highest service industry standard for the benefit of our guests through highly trained professionals, quality products and a unique environment. We welcome you into our peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
As business partners, spouses, and licensed massage therapists, Gary and Karen Amundson have spent the past 23 years mending muscles at Massage Therapy Center of Florida. Their sinew-soothing skills caught the attention of the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce, who dubbed them Business of the Year in 2000. Gary and Karen begin all of their massage sessions with heated lotion and conclude with a hot towel, sandwiching in techniques such as prenatal massage, trigger-point therapy, and myofascial release. In addition to nurturing injured tissues, they keep their shelves stocked with Biofreeze, a menthol-infused topical pain reliever that subdues soreness and cures rare cases of shoulder halitosis. Gary and Karen also collaborate with licensed aestheticians Donna Byrd and Laura Symons, who nourish epidermises with spa treatments such as facials, body wraps, and waxing.