Upperscale women's clothing boutique located in Reno, Nevada. Offering everything from Michael Stars to William Rast... We have something for everyone. Come in for that one of kind piece of jewelry from Virgins, Saints & Angels. We are your House of Style!
Since 1984, the Lorenz family has bedecked Michael & Son's Fine Jewelry and Native American Art in custom-made gold, silver, and platinum baubles, as well as Native American jewelry and fine art. The full-service repair department is one of the area's largest, mending broken chains ($22.50+) and resizing rings to fit any finger ($40+). An array of turquoise and silver earrings, rings, and pendants combines Southwest style with lustrous settings. Set digits vividly a-shimmer with a sterling silver-and-topaz colored ring ($100), or adorn the underside of a neighborhood bridge by choosing Trollbeads ($31+). Native American art, artifacts, and pottery join a sprawling mélange of non-jewelry products also readily available for purchase.
The profits from every item sold at Second Chance Consignment Boutique go to Pet Network Humane Society, an organization dedicated to saving abandoned pets from euthanasia by connecting them with adoptive families. Visitors can peruse racks of new and gently worn dresses, shoes, purses, and other garments and accessories or shop for kitchenware and furniture.
For more than 20 years, the certified staffers at California Tan have added pop to pigment within an office basking under the West Coast sunshine. In addition to offering 12 beds with four levels of tanning, they can design custom tanning plans that gradually build up a richer complexion over time. To augment the warm glow of the bed lights, they provide lotions by Designer Skin, California Tan, and Australian Gold. They also house a UV-free VersaSpa spray-tanning booth, which evenly slicks standing bodies with a deluxe bronzing potion. To complete the day-on-the-beach feeling, they lead guests to their SpaCapsule dry aqua massager that kneads newly tanned backs using 28 water jets. In addition to tanning and massage services, they carry swimwear, including two-piece bathing suits, perfect for beach outings or informal State of the Union addresses. They also stock their shelves with vitamins and dietary supplements to ensure the inside of the body is as attractive as the outside is.
With dozens of locations sprinkled around the sunshine state, California Sun makes it easy for tanners to bronze without fear of sunburn. As sunless bathers daydream within two levels of Ergoline beds, melanin rises to the skin's surface at the beck and call of a high-pressure cooling system or adjustable face tanners, leaving bodies with a golden glow in just 10–12 minutes. For those who prefer the misty kiss of a sunless spray tan, formulas by VersaSpa, Mystic Tan, or Norvell grace guests with new shades that can last from four to seven days and won't leave skin looking unnaturally orange or supernaturally blue.
Since opening its first shop in 1981, TCBY has mesmerized millions with mountains of creamy frozen yogurt. Drumming up excitement for low-fat treats was a distinct challenge back then, when ice cream ruled the dessert scene and bundt cake helmed the Senate. Today, the franchise shapes the treat's future with innovations such as frozen greek yogurt, which sports more than 8 grams of protein per half-cup serving. More than 25 varieties of yogurt and sorbet rotate through more than 450 stores nationwide, swirling from self-serve machines at the Folsom and Roseville locations. Flavors range from classics such as old-fashioned vanilla to modern marvels such as cake batter and root-beer float. To accommodate dieters and diners with sugar sensitivities, TCBY sweetens five different flavors with calorie-free sucralose. Filled with fruits, candies, and bite-size baked goods, a toppings bar brims with color and texture, like a rainbow made of extra-coarse sandpaper.