Beauty & Spas in Waynesboro

$13 for $26 Worth of Haircuts — D' SALON, ORGANIC COLOR, NO AMMONIA

D' Salon, Organic Color, Ammonia Free

Frederick

$26 $13

Experienced stylists administer a haircut with blowout; online appointment-booking for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Permanent Upper or Lower Eyeliner, or Permanent Eyebrow Makeup at Alazzo Med Spa (Up to 56% Off)

Alazzo Med Spa

Urbana

$350 $169

Permanent-makeup artist applies pigment to clients' lids and brows, accentuating features and cutting down on morning makeup routines

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for One Facial and One Exfoliant Face Scrub at My Red Bow (37% Off)

My Red Bow

Braddock Heights

$60 $38

(10)

30-minute facials with exfoliant face scrubs revitalize skin complexion

$35 for $100 Worth of Manual Airbrush Spray Tanning — Tanique

Tanique

Hagerstown

$100 $35

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$2,500 for LASIK Laser Eye Surgery on Both Eyes at LasikPro ($5,000 Value)

LasikPro

Multiple Locations

$5,000 $2,500

Led by a Johns Hopkins fellow who has done more than 50,000 LASIK surgeries, doctors reform corneal curvatures using cold-laser technology

One or Three Salt Cave Sessions or One Month of Sessions at Hidden Medicine Healing Arts Studio (Up to 67% Off)

Hidden Medicine Healing Arts Studio

Frederick

$45 $19

Clients breathe in salt-infused air to help relieve symptoms of conditions such as allergies, asthma, psoriasis, and eczema

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Imagine dropping a stone into a pond. Though the stone only touches a small portion of the water's surface, the effects of the impact radiate throughout the entire pool. Reflexology is based on a similar idea—as a therapist stimulates pressure points on the feet, the effects are said to affect the entire body. At Magic Foot Spa, practitioners specialize in this therapy, first soaking feet in water warmed over the blushing cheeks of an ankle-anxious Victorian before targeting pressure points that correspond with various body organs. As practitioners increase pressure on each foot, the manipulation can ease muscular tension and release energy blockages in the digestive, immune, and circulatory systems.

The team also performs full-body acupressure treatments that are based on similar principles. These gentle massages work by activating the key pressure points used in acupuncture, but with fingers, palms, and elbows instead of needles. As clients lie fully clothed on a massage table, therapists focus on these points—which are believed to correspond with the body's energy channels—so that they can balance opposing energy forces and thus improve bodily function.

5732 Buckeystown Pike
Frederick,
MD
US

Co-owner Rebeccah Bartlett Leister of Structures Salon and Spa will not trade jobs with you. "I love that every single day I am here I laugh out loud," she says on her staff bio page. "I feel so lucky to be able to enjoy my 'work' this much." One draw may be the salon and spa's proprietary organic and natural products that are crafted by a small family business. Another draw might be the encouragement staff members receive to augment the products' powers with rounds of continuing education and creative projects such as fashion shoots, makeup design, and hair-coloring experiments. Leister herself has experience designing makeup for Vanity Fair and InStyle magazines.

Wide windows illuminate Structures Salon and Spa so that stylists can mix colors in optimum light and let new hairdos photosynthesize. Colorful yarn twines around stair railings to create chromatic triangles, and appliqué birch trees stand tall along the lobby's windows.

30 S Market St, Ste 6
Frederick,
MD
US