The style stalwarts at Supercuts have trimmed, toned, and honed the domes of hair-bearing hominids for decades. The experienced stylists can accommodate cuts ranging from quick, careful mop maintenance to a more buzzworthy beehive for hypnotizing local grizzlies. Each scissors-handed specialist will draw from a vat of experience, leveraging quality hair products from Paul Mitchell and others to infuse your filaments with a winsome glow and creative coiffure. Walk-ins and waltz-ins are always welcome seven days a week.
A recent addition to Salon Tec's staff, stylist Sarah Crane transforms unruly manes into manageable, fashionable ‘dos within the spacious studio-type salon. With a background in theatrical hair and makeup, Sarah understand that styles send a message, and works with each of her clients to develop a look that speaks well of them.
Soothing Bioelements serums and medical-grade SkinBorn products are always within an arm's reach of Skin Spa's aesthetician Jinah, who pampers face and body with indulgent spa services. The team swathes clients from head to toe in detoxifying body wraps and sloughs off dead skin cells with Mandarin scrubs. They cleanse skin and unclog pores with one-hour facials, complemented by light chemical peels that gently buff away imperfections such as fine lines, acne, and wayward sock lint. Aestheticians also dispense swift waxing treatments, stripping away stubble from underarms, legs, and bikini areas.
Salon de vallon owner Sara Mulvaney and her team of stylists?who just celebrated their five-year anniversary?offer services that include luxurious cut and color treatments, mani-pedis, and makeup application and lessons, each using French and upscale styling products.
Fitness World West has been trimming Iowa's waistlines since 1986. Its three modern, fully equipped facilities hold more than 75 weekly fitness classes, an aquatic program accredited by the Arthritis Foundation, and advanced strength equipment from Hammer, Cybex, and Paramount. During the diverse lineup of fitness classes, the gym's trainers pump up their students' motivation with rigorous, varying workouts that include Zumba, yoga, cross training, and Greco-Roman spelling bees. For one-on-one instruction, personal trainers work with clients to design fitness plans that optimize results, taking advantage of the center’s cushioned track and the cardio theater's elliptical machines, cross trainers, bikes, and treadmills. When working out solo, clients can set brainwaves to one of 80 channels broadcasting from the cardio machines' personal flat-screen TVs, jogging or biking along to motivational music videos, athletic competitions, or home-shopping auctions. The gym’s selection of Olympic free weights stands ready to fatigue muscles before the whirlpool, sauna, or steam room relieves and relaxes deep-rooted aches.
In addition to increasing clients’ physical prowess, Fitness World West's knowledgeable staff help overhaul the unhealthy habits of their clients through computerized fitness assessments and personalized nutrition consultations. And, during workouts, they welcome parents to entrust their children to the kids' gym and nursery, where an eagle-eyed staff member watches over little ones as they romp around or lead troops of G.I. Joe figurines in taxing pushup regimens.
Sometimes a trip to the spa is an excuse to spend some relaxing time by yourself, but it can also be a great excuse to bond with friends and loved ones. Top Nails West Des Moines knows that?it's why the spa recently expanded to accommodate 20 manicure stations and a whopping 27 pedicure stations in order to welcome groups of all sizes. While customers chit-chat, nail technicians massage hands with a cooling gel and paint tips with regular or chip-resistant gel polish. At the pedicure thrones, they drop refreshing lemon slices into foot baths and slough off dry skin with sugar scrubs; for an extra indulgent treatment, they can add a hot stone massage to soothe feet tired from walking all day and tap dancing all night. Meanwhile, in a more private area of the salon, waxing specialists remove unwanted hair from the face and body, while massage therapists knead tension that has built up during the week.