Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Skin Care, Hair, Nails, Massage
Brands Used: Murad, Goldwell, KMS, Pureology, OPI, CND
The stylists at Shazi's Hair & Beauty Salon provide the latest styles to clients in need of a haircut, color change, or eyebrow shaping. They also restore damaged hair with Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger products. Using these products during a Keratriplex treatment, the stylists reduce breakage by up to 80%.
Decked out in soothing amber colors, Cynthia's Salon Day Spa is designed to provide an escape from everyday stresses. Inside, a team of skilled nail techs and aestheticians administers treatments ranging from mani-pedis with Swarovski nail art to chemical peels and oxygen-therapy facials.
From the funky zebra-print chairs to the shabby-chic console tables, Avalon Spa creates an atmosphere that’s at once stylish and homey. Within this soothing oasis, aestheticians come armed with GlyMed Plus skincare products during nine types of facials, each designed to ease specific woes such as rosacea, fine lines, or acne. Massage therapists turn to hot-stone and prenatal techniques to unwind bodies, ushering in relaxation with aromatherapy oils and the gentle wave of air-traffic-control wands. Nail technicians sit before leather pedicure thrones, where they decorate digits with Zoya polish or CND Shellac and soften the surrounding skin with hydrating moisture masks.
At Zeba, which translates as the Persian word for beauty, aestheticians introduce a few Asian pampering techniques to its American clients, including threading, persian-cold-wax treatments, and henna tattooing. Its stylists work to find each customer's ideal brow shape and carefully remove the rest through the ancient practice of threading. Hair's also removed using persian cold wax on larger areas. And artists create beautiful designs using henna, which can last up to a few weeks.
Pure Salon & Spa's aestheticans and stylists sculpt hair and soothe skin with Aveda products. In addition to using these high-quality products, the space boasts a combination of steam and vichy showers, which staff members incorporate into packages such as the champagne-and-roses body-scrub and shea-butter experience. The experience begins with a grape body scrub that removes the top layer of skin. It doesn't linger long enough to get as sticky as a cinnamon-bun bikini, though. Instead, clients stretch out on a waterproof bed as a vichy shower's multiple nozzles bathe their bodies in warm water. The resident aesthetician concludes the treatment by massaging clients with whipped champagne and rose shea butter to leave skin moist and soft.