The skilled aestheticians at Aniko's Hungarian Skin Care and Spa tend to the skin, hair, and soul with a variety of beautifying services. Nourish the face without bathing it in a bowl of goulash with the restorative 30-minute Light Me Up facial, which employs Éminence organic skin products to exfoliate, massage, mask, and moisturize vexed visages (a $50 value). Dried-out pouts can soak in the three-step lip treatment, which refines the kissers with fruit enzymes, hydrates them with an extra-rich mask, and plumps each with a minty collagen balm. A brow wax tidies and shapes over-eye arches, resulting in refined looks of surprise when cast as the face double for an incredulous movie star (a $25 value).
Through custom, comprehensive care, the experienced staffers at Michael's Hairloft Spa & Tanning can revitalize seasonally affected locks, brains, and skin tones. Resident stylists perk up tired color with ammonia-free organic color products ($65+ for a retouch) or remix looks from scratch, granting clients a whole new 'do ($100+ for a cut and color). For a relaxing retreat, the loft's licensed massage therapists deliver personalized strokes over the course of 60 slow-ticked minutes. Clients can step into one of the salon's eight Wolfe tanning beds to get their skin feeling sun-kissed without having to meet Mr. Golden's parents, or simply bask in a red light therapy session designed to heal blemishes, increase circulation, and extend colorful changes for weeks at a time. The loft keeps its airy space open six days a week, with closing hours as late as 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Shear Perfection of Jacksonville, Florida was established in 1988 to serve the needs of a clientele who require only the best in hair styling, skin and nail care. Owner Thuy (Twee) Young, with her vase years of experience and passion for hair, has assembled a staff of cutting-edge professionals.
Though Terzetto Hair's name, which was created using an Italian word that means "a trio or group of three," carries many symbolic connotations, it also calls to mind the rule of three, which is often used in writing, design, and comedy to evoke a sense of completion or balance. That's precisely how the team of stylists hope clients feel as they leave the salon: thoroughly polished. This refined aesthetic also imbues the salon's decor, which features Corinthian-columned pedestals, rustic tiles, marble countertops, and cheery yellow walls.
From inside Villager II Salon, a duo of hairstylists helps clients rework their images with a range of salon treatments. Specializing in color, the pair can add new hues to whole heads of hair or work in subtle highlights that add dimension and shine. When not wielding their color brushes, they spend their days trimming ends into new styles, conditioning hair to preserve strength and softness, and clipping bad hair days out of their calendar.