As a licensed cosmetologist and massage therapist, Shelly at A Nu Touch works to make her clients both look and feel their best. Her designer haircuts can transform looks?especially when coupled with one of her signature double-process color treatments, virgin relaxers, or full sew-in extension applications. When not reviving hairstyles, Shelly applies her palms to tense necks and backs, alleviating stress with calming kneads or helping give bodies a boost of energy during invigorating massages.
AJ’s Spa Millennium has more than its extensive menu of services to thank for being named one of Fox 8's top 20 Cleveland-area day spas in 2010. The all-purpose salon and spa earned that distinction due in large part to its dedicated team of beauticians. Though they wield their scissors, brushes, and facial scrubs as effectively as anyone, the beauticians share an even more important skill: they know how to strike a perfect balance between their own input and their clients’ individual preferences.
Skilled stylists utilize relaxers and Nioxin hair-strengthening treatments to reinvent 'dos, and aestheticians keep waxing treatments thankfully brief—full Brazilians clock in at an average of only 15 minutes. But they take their time administering 1 of 15 facials, allowing clients to relax under specialty masks infused with seaweed and nourishing minerals. The spa's new collection of aromatherapy scents—which includes champagne and rose, wild honey, and grandpa—soothes the senses during massages, scrubs, and mani-pedis.
Oscar Giovanni Salon & Spa's prettifying professionals cosset hard-working countenances within the sage and chocolate trappings of their newly opened second location. The visage invigoration begins with a pore cleansing to gently wash away accumulated dirt and ink from squid-diaper-changing mishaps. Next, a face-saving aesthetician blends a tailor-made cream concoction, designed to optimally balance and nourish skin based on skin type. The staff recommends this facial as a perfect first date with skincare for spa newbies, and Oscar Giovanni Salon & Spa's wrought-iron chandeliers and ballad-singing candles set a romantic atmosphere for adoring newly radiant skin.
Chagrin Valley Wellness Center’s masters of muscle manipulation expunge tension from tuckered out tendons with much needed kneadings. Banish work-related stress from sinews with the signature relaxation massage, a full-body chirapsia that utilizes long sweeping strokes to comprehensively gelatinize epidermal edifices into billowy barrels of freshly-churned butter. The hot-stone massage bakes away anxiety from burdened backs with a unique combination of Swedish massage and an ancient stone positioning technique. Rich oils loosen up tense tissue before a licensed practitioner strategically places balmy basalt orbs to induce deep relaxation and re-create small-scale replicas of ancient druidic ruins. Pamper outer surfaces to increase inner calmness with today’s deal to reverse the effects of long days at the office and executive-level tickle fights.
Licensed massage therapist Nika (Nodar) eases stress and muscle tension with an array of massage techniques. Clients can opt for deep-tissue, Swedish, hot-stone, or sports massages to target specific concerns and muscle groups they're currently annoyed with, all of which can be enhanced with aromatherapy. Prenatal massages pamper moms-to-be safely while easing stress and aches. Body sculpting and anti-cellulite treatments are also offered in addition to massages.
Clients walking into La Bella Delle Rose Salon might sense a warm, personal aesthetic shaping the styling studio, even if they don't know that the dark-wood reception desk was hand-built by the owner's father. Sherbet-colored walls backdrop ice-cream-themed decorations, a popcorn machine commingles with the coffeemaker in the waiting area, and a manicure station recalls a fortune-teller's table with its scarlet damask draping. While basking in Pureology hair treatments or being prepped for weddings and other landmark occasions, guests sit beneath studio lighting, which helps them tell stylists apart from IRS agents.