Amid NOVA—Natural Organic Vital Anti-Aging—Spa's warm saffron-and-gold color scheme, wood floors, and Far Eastern art and pottery, its licensed aestheticians accomplish pampering skincare services. They smooth faces using nonsurgical face-lifts, and licensed massage therapists foster tranquility with Swedish and deep-tissue bodywork. Pain-relieving and skin-rejuvenating steam therapy rounds out the spa's indulgent treatments.
Nationally and state-certified therapists comprise the roster at The Center for Massage & Holistic Therapy, where owner Larry R. Joyner prizes education and training above all else. To wit, his spa doubles as a place where therapists can take continuing-education classes, and his clients reap the benefits through a variety of therapies and modalities, including crystal healing, chakra balancing, and classic Swedish massages.
Eurides Lajan needs only a small bottle to fix her clients hair-raising problems. Eurides tames unwanted curls, removing about 65-75% of the curl, and excessive frizz with bottled keratin treatments, such as the Kerafusion formula, which is not tested on animals. She also offers eye-catching highlights and haircuts that range from classic pixie cuts to jagged layers, perfect for those impersonating a circular saw.
International Hair Salon first opened its doors in 1984. To this day, its stylists sculpt dos with products by Bumble and bumble. and Moroccanoil. The latter contains antioxidant-rich argan oil that strengthen tresses and adds shine. Stylists also add length and volume to locks with Great Lengths hair extensions, which are made with human hair rather than synthetic strands or spaghetti noodles.
The stylists at Hair Works Family Hair Care have seen it all. That comes with the territory when you work at a salon that caters to every member of the family?men, women, children, and Alfs. Their service menu is as varied as their client list; elite designer cuts transform shaggy manes into sleek hairdos, and professional keratin treatments straighten strands to make styling a cinch. Color retouches, highlights, and toners are also on the docket, as are permanent waves.
Curls prove no match for Kayle Salwocki. The stylist excels at snipping corkscrew tendrils so that they accentuate rather than hide the face. She’s equally adept at other hair types as well, which she cuts and creatively colors amid the whimsical, cottage-inspired decor of Tara’s Beauty Studio.