La Terre Salon is a J Beverly Hills concept salon where stylists sculpt coifs using J Beverly Hills products, and colorists tint and highlight strands with Pravana products derived from plant and flower extracts. Throughout her 13-year career, salon founder and lead stylist Irene has cultivated special expertise in color and formal styles, and her extensive experience—which includes a stint as a local Aveda instructor—has helped her to master hair of all types and textures, from curly and coarse to sentient and venomous. Conditioning services come in Rescue, Fragile, and Platinum levels, each of which restores shine to tired tresses, and a color gloss designed especially for men blends away gray scalp grass. Natural sunlight spills across the hardwood floors of the salon, where stylists conduct complimentary consultations so that clients can seek expert advice about maintaining their hair, using products, and sewing split ends back together.
The technicians at Lash Out Loud believe that the body's smallest curves can radiate the most personality. They adhere mink and synthetic extensions to natural lashes, adding flattering length to lids and filling in gaps with "relash" appointments. Techs also complement facial features with permanent makeup; their expertly stenciled brows and eyeliner frame peepers, and lip color avoids embarrassing smudges caused by sweat or attempts at kissing your own reflection on the cheek. Each service is customized to the aesthetic preferences of the client, whether she hopes to make her morning routine more convenient or avoid allergy symptoms caused by traditional products.
The seasoned team at Sani Spa & Nails approaches external beautification from multiple angles as they gussy up passersby with a menu of services geared toward aesthetic excellence and relaxation. Their talented manicurists revive digits weary from commuting to and from work via tunnel digging, filing down nails before slathering on coats of vibrant polishes. The spa's expertly applied eyelash extensions direct positive attention toward clients' peepers with their fetching length and volume.
Eyelash Dallas's lash artists accent eyes with synthetic eyelashes or light mink fur, which emulates the texture of natural human lashes. Unlike property taxes in repressive cartoon kingdoms, mink-fur eyelashes are collected without harming any animals. Staff can extend lashes and skillfully apply makeup inside the salon, or venture out in Eyelash Dallas's mobile unit for house calls and workplace visits.
Co-founded by Debi Childers in 1993, the longevity of Bella Permanent Makeup Studio is impressive when you consider that permanent makeup is a service still growing in popularity. As a forerunner in the practice, it's fitting that the the studio devotes a huge part of their business to helping others become certified in applying permanent makeup, too. In these small-group courses, aspiring aestheticians learn the art of intradermal pigmentation, a technique that deposits pigments on the brows, eyes, or lips through single-use needles.
Of course, these services are available to the public as well. Stylists redefine brows, accentuate peepers with eyeliner, and make pouts pop with lip liner and lip color. Beyond providing a simple convenience, these services are ideal for clients who have allergies to traditional makeup or who want their stuffed animals to think they wake up looking naturally gorgeous.
Beauty and brains combine to deliver potent anti-aging and wellness services at Fort Worth Total Body Care. A team of aestheticians take care of everything from deep-cleaning facials to microdermabrasion. Fort Worth Total Body Care also has board-certified physicians that can step in and handle other beauty concerns. The doctors can eradicate wrinkles with Botox, hydrate skin with Juvederm, and eliminate spider veins. All services are offered in a relaxing, welcoming environment, with staff dedicated to rejuvenating youthful appearances.
Even the products that line the med-spa’s shelves seamlessly blend science and aesthetics. Many of their treatments use Skinceuticals, a line developed by anti-oxidant pioneer Dr. Sheldon Pinnel, whose claims are backed by a library’s worth of clinical studies.