Certified laser specialist Pamela Archer is a staunch believer in the manifold power of lasers, employing their beams to rid bodies of hair, spider veins, wrinkles, and fungus at BARELaser clinic. Her arsenal of Quanta lasers covers a wide range of wavelengths to address the needs of patients of all skin types and ham-radio-station preferences. The center's resident aesthetician conquers issues unreachable by lasers through skin-smoothing injections of Botox or dermal fillers.
We are a family owned and operated business with Vietnamese/German background. Green awareness is part of our personal way of living and we wanted to integrate this in our business model. At ÜberChic, Eco-centric is not a character flaw, it's a lifestyle. The concept of our boutique reflects the fusion of our cultural heri
Delicate gold stencil work glimmers from the scarlet red walls of The Squoval Nail Salon, where knowledgeable technicians use vegan Nubar polishes and highly sterilized tools during nail services. Staff members massages legs during a reflexology sugar scrub as the soothing smells of aromatic oils rise from the warm waters of hammered copper pedicure bowls. This style of metal bowl is not only aesthetically pleasing but also naturally eliminates bacteria and helps reduce inflammation caused by driving Fred Flintstone's car. At manicure stations, technicians welcome guests to recline in chic chairs decorated with a single satin ribbon as they beautify fingertips with traditional and Gelish polishes as well as decorative nail art. The boutique nail salon also offers freshly brewed tea for clients to enjoy during their services. They even host bachelorette parties, baby showers, and girls’ nights out.
Kate Allen considers herself a bit of a magician—she transforms drab hairstyles into chic coiffures with a flick of a blow dryer and backcombing. But these skills didn’t magically appear overnight. They’re the result of five years of field experience, in which she wore the hats of stylist, independent consultant, and manager. Today, she uses her accumulated knowledge to not only style hair, but also to bestow clients with a wealth of insider secrets.
When it came time to decorate her salon, master colorist Ginny Thompson decided on a rockabilly theme: she painted sections of the wall to resemble exposed bricks and dotted other areas with records. This same creativity can be seen in Thompson’s cut and color treatments, in which she draws on 15 years of experience and a cache of products from Pravana—a haircare line that steers clear of hazardous ingredients and animal testing.