Kate Lee and Amy Yang founded IN Beauty MedSpa with the ambition to meld Eastern philosophy with Western technology. The clinic's specialists intertwine inner and outer beauty during spa services that range from facials and massages to waxing and manicures that polish the spirit's fingernails. On-site dieticians and physicians tailor individualized plans for healthy eating, exercising, and ascertaining the number of jellybeans it takes to get a stomachache.
Lee and Yang jet-set to anti-aging conferences around the world. They continually incorporate new cosmetic technologies such as the Alpha LED light spa, which uses dry heat, oxygen therapy, and near-infrared light to improve blood flow and stimulate metabolic processes. Other medically supervised treatments include focused radiofrequency sessions, which tighten and firm the body.
Natural light floods into A & B Creative Looks, illuminating canary-yellow tiles and tan walls emblazoned with a floral pink stripe. Since opening the studio in 2010, its aesthetics professionals have treated men and women with environmentally conscious salon and spa services. Using ammonia-free hair colour and herbal facial products, they beautify the body with minimal effect on the environment other than the jealousy evoked in forest nymphs with tangled hair. In addition to performing hair and facial services, they reduce the appearance of cellulite deposits, sunspots, and dark circles with noninvasive treatments administered in secluded treatment rooms.
Trade Secrets creates an indulgent atmosphere for fashioning new styles and rejuvenated spirits with a variety of salon services. During the first option's one-hour facial (a $49 value), aestheticians clear away skin-cell clutter, dousing mugs with steam to reduce skin congestion and freckle traffic jams. Mani-pedi specialists then spruce up wayward nails (a $40 value), filing and polishing top and bottom tensomes to create aesthetically pleasing phalanges in the colour of choice.
Ricci&Capricci hair salon , is in Woodbridge On , is not only a hairsalon but is also a place where clients come to talk relax and get there hair and nails done from professionals that traind in Italy . We starter in 2008 and we are doing really well
An entire career sparked from a single conversation. In 1981, Alex Settino and a hairdresser friend casually chatted about the beauty industry, and the passion behind his friend's voice was enough to motivate Alex to start his own career in haircare. In 1984, after completing a valuable apprenticeship, he opened up his own salon, David Alexander in Yorkville, where he and a talented cast cared for the manes of locals as well as talents such as Richard Dreyfuss, Diane Keaton, and Olympia Dukakis. David Alexander has since relocated to Woodbridge, and the master stylist and his staff continue to create flattering looks for men and women with their professional services. There, split ends meet their fates, professional colour treatments boost hair sheens, and elegant updos up the ante for clients' personal best looks. Aestheticians are also on hand to wax away fuzz from faces, limbs, and bikini lines, and nail techs pamper hands and feet with spa manicures and pedicures.
While other 10-year-old boys spent their free time practicing slap shots and trying to teach bugs to do their chores, Danny passed afternoons and weekends at his father's barbershop. He'd sweep the floors and run errands, all the while admiring the time-honored craft that his father learned during his training in Italy. Danny would go onto study these same barber techniques under the tutelage of his father and at a local hairstyling school before eventually opening up a barbershop of his own—The Barber's Chair.
Tucked among the bustling shops and upscale restaurants of the Vaughan Mills mall, the barbershop is an oasis of old-world comfort and calm. You can find Danny and his seasoned staffers two-stepping around the cushy barber's chairs, snipping up haircuts while exchanging cheerful anecdotes and jokes. After a refreshing trim or luxurious hot towel shave, the barbers treat clients to cups of simmering espresso.