Stylist Rachel McDonald loves that her hairstyles are one of a kind. Her knack for creating unique, original ‘dos is the result of careful training that began at the Aveda Institute, and her commitment to ongoing education ensures she continues to craft individualized coiffures for her clients. Rachel uses her creativity and passion, along with a selection of professional products from brands such as Paul Mitchell, to help make her clients look and feel their best, and sets a tone that matches the chic environment of Sozo Boutique Salon, where her styling chair resides.
Village Spa's signature treatment, the HydraFacial, entails four steps of cleansers and other goodies that nourish the face and treat maladies such as acne, discoloration, or fine lines. The service begins with resurfacing and exfoliation to remove any toxins. Those toxins are soon replaced by a Vortex-Fusion technology that hydrates the skin with an extraction of the pores. After an infusion of peptides and hyaluronic acid, a red LED light therapy is applied to encourage collagen production. Unlike a facelift or transplant of a clown grin, the non-invasive HydraFacial requires no downtime or peeling afterwards.
From her station within one-stop beauty shop Sola Salon Studios, Perfect Skin Aesthetics senior laser technician and aesthetician Sarah Campbell keeps bodies looking young and blemish-free with a diverse menu ranging from weight-loss to treatment of hyperpigmentation. Instead of scrubbing skin with a pencil eraser, Sarah also uses advanced laser systems to remove misguided tattoos and unwanted body hair.
Shape Magazine, OK! Magazine , and Lucky Magazine have all sung Blo Blow Dry Bar's praises. Here, stylists eschew the standard cut and color, choosing instead to revamp 'dos by washing and creatively blow-drying hair into styles that range from windswept, catwalk-inspired looks to elegant classic looks worthy of Queen Victoria or Queen Victoria on a windy day.
At Wellspring Asian Massage & Skin Care, massage therapists combine the strengths of Eastern and Western massages in their treatments. Their slate of services includes familiar Western treatments, such as Swedish massage and therapeutic high-fives, as well as Asian variations, such as Thai massage and cupping.
Heads of lettuce are similar; heads of hair are not. That’s why stylist Tashina Meyers feverishly strives to tailor her techniques to the personality and lifestyle of each individual. Tashina, who operates out of Sozo Boutique, can engineer bold layers and eye-catching highlights, or nix unwanted hair from eyebrow outskirts with her specialty waxing services.