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At SparTea, kids kick back and let the staff fawn over them with mani-pedis, facials, and massage. This children’s spa curates comprehensive party packages that keep kids actively engaged and lavishly pampered: after crafting beaded jewelry, they kick their limbs up for mini manis and pedis, lie down for hand and foot massages, and snack on treats.
Karen Berk loves to color so much, she’s done what every kid with a pack of Crayolas dreams of doing—she made a career out of it. But it isn’t the cartoon pages of coloring books to which she applies her art; it’s the heads of her clients. At Color by Karen, Berk changes hair hues with L’Oreal Professional products and bleaches strands using a gentle solution made with Keratin, which helps hair shine. She also cleanses dirt, oil, and big scary bugs out of hair with plant-based shampoos and conditioners from the Phyto line. Her colleague, Dawn Montgomery, also brings her own expertise to the styling station. In addition to holding certifications in both Brazilian straightening and Nano-Keratin techniques, Dawn is also versed in Deva's strategies for cutting curly hair.
Inside these sister salons, skilled professionals revamp bodies, heads, hands, and feet with a full menu of glamorizing services. Stylists at both the Little Italy and Mt. Washington salons perform custom haircuts for both women and men and specialize in color services, doling out single-process shades, corrective color, partial highlights, or thought-illuminating skylights. They can also make permanent waves with chemical treatments or scare hair straight with japanese hair smoothing, and those looking for full-body pampering will find massages, rejuvenating facials, and nail treatments.
DK's spa services specialize in making your body feel like a newly constructed bliss temple, helping skin look its healthiest and bodies feel like the bodies of younger humans. Have your overgrown hair-garden cut and cleared of snogging teenagers ($65+ for women, $35+ for men, and $25+ for children), blow-dried ($40+), and relaxed ($85+). Otherwise, shock new life into distressed tresses with the protein-infusion treatment ($60+) or give it a custom coating of nutritious food with the banana and virgin-olive-oil mask ($35+). Neglected nail beds and compromised cuticles, meanwhile, will appreciate a spa manicure ($30+), spa pedicure ($50+), or a dip in the warm waxiness of a paraffin treatment ($35 for manicure, $55 for pedicure). A deep-cleansing facial ($100) evicts delinquent dirt and grime from your pore apartments and pairs well with an eyebrow waxing ($18), bikini waxing ($30), or sideburn waxing ($15) for the retired Elvis impersonator looking to start over. For a more full-body bliss-out, melt away muscle maladies with a 60-minute Swedish massage ($80) or prep for a day at the shore with the bronze and glow ($85)—a treatment that consists of a salt-glow body rubdown followed by an evenly applied self-tanner.
What began as a children's portrait studio in 1985 has evolved into Fotographia—an independently owned photography studio where veteran shutterbug Bob Grichuhin captures images of the whole family. Grichuhin has earned certification as a master photographer through the Professional Photographers of America. His work has been recognized by institutions such as the Maryland Professional Photographers Association, and he has served as a judge for a print competition held by the Delaware Professional Photographers organization.
In addition to family portraits and wedding photography, Grichuhin memorializes the smiles of high-school seniors. He snaps his way through both in-studio and outdoor sessions, traveling to a variety of locations or using the natural lighting in his own portrait park—a garden more floral and inviting than a welcome mat painted with Monet's Water Lilies.