At SweetCheeks, owner and licensed aesthetician Kelly Bolen clears wily follicle forests of all kinds, leaving unmentionable areas smooth, sleek, and even more unmentionable. Wielding the most tenacious of hard waxes for her Brazilian treatment, Bolen quickly and efficiently expunges hair from its hindquarter hiding places, taking time to ensure a complete absence of shameless stragglers. Once finished, delicate areas will be graced with the type of velvety softness normally reserved for freshly waxed velvet. SweetCheeks also offers an array of other waxing services for men and women (not included in this Groupon), and walk-ins are always welcome, allowing guests to shuffle in and slip-slide out at their convenience.
After working at a handful of large spas, Melanie Tyrrell decided to strike out on her own. Taking what she had learned, the certified aesthetician and massage therapist assembled a menu of massage and waxing services and flung open the doors to her new spa space, Silver Linings Studio. Here, she welcomes visitors to unwind during hot-stone, deep-tissue, and Swedish massages, tailoring each treatment to address the individual's aches whether they are caused by stress or devastating limbo contest losses. Meanwhile, her waxing services oust unwanted hair from across physiques, from brows to bikini lines.
Ingrid Gina is a master aesthetician, cosmetologist, and makeup artist—but most know her as The Waxing Queen of Tucson. Using a combination of hard and soft wax, Ingrid can banish unwanted hair from brows and upper lip, as well as from more complicated areas such as the bikini line or precarious landmine tattoos. Clients may also solicit Ingrid’s local line of Sia Botanics skincare products for an enzyme peel or restorative facial.
Designs By Diana’s Salon & Spa provides a profusion of services for beauty-seeking customers. Revive a down-and-out ‘do with a series of snips, including suds and a blow-dry (women $36+, men $26), or completely alter which light waves bounce off the dome with a Biosilk coloring ($60+, includes style). Polish aggravated ambassadors of pointing with a manicure ($23), or remake rugged foot claws into delicate toe ornaments ($35). The European facial rejuvenates weary visages ($57), while a brow sculpting creates an efficient path for raindrops to glide down facial contours ($20). Complete the day at the spa with a 55-minute Swedish massage ($60), or to completely eliminate muscle-knurls, the 55-minute deep-tissue therapy ($70).
Best friends since high school, the three owners of Hush Salon and Day Spa are always excited to head into work. Pops of bright color add a feminine touch to the open floor plan and exposed-brick walls. Thirteen stylists and aestheticians circle the space, snipping hair into posh bobs, painting nails with bright polishes, or decorating faces with professional makeup. Refreshing facial treatments tailor to skin woes, such as signs of aging and acne, and body wraps cocoon limbs in thermal energy, botanical oils, and natural ingredients, such as rice bran and supernovae.