Paula Gray and her jovial crew of stylists have been pampering clients of all ethnicities and hair types for more than 15 years within her cozy, earth-toned salon. In addition to snipping strands, they create new looks with full and partial relaxers, keratin treatments, and the artwork of dreadlock experts. To complement salon treatments, they also attach eyelash extensions and apply makeup for big events.
Today’s side deal brings magnificent punctuation to your look with a $150 makeup-application experience with makeup artist Courtney Corvan for $45. Having worked with more than 40 celebrities and touching all of their famous faces with her human hands, Courtney will deliver exquisite cosmetic results, Flair eyelashes, and bragging rights among your adoring public.
Holden Zalma knows the toll that exertion can take on muscles. Before he received his massage license, he helped to train USC's football, basketball, and swimming teams while he studied to be a physical therapist. After graduation, Holden founded MetaTouch, where he shares his burgeoning 16 years of massage-therapy experience with others. His philosophy is simple: scout out symptoms, hunt down their root causes, and treat the body as a whole by ignoring its unsightly seams. He and his staff of trained practitioners accomplish this task by blending techniques—such as massage, stretching, exercise, and acupuncture—to relieve pain, improve performance, and reduce the risk of future injuries.
Inside Zena MedSpa, medical director Dr. Cynthia Mackeyer and her staff combine science with aesthetic treatments to beautify their clients. Guests can reduce wrinkles with Botox injections, pave the way for clearer skin with medical-grade facials, and remove unwanted hair, tattoos, and tiny planets orbiting their heads with laser services. The spa also offers photofacials and houses a variety of skincare lines, including products from Epicuren. Free parking in the rear of the building ensures that cars have plenty of room when getting wiped down with moisturizer.