At MelliSpa, aesthetician Paula Bartorelli nourishes complexions naturally. Drawing from a diverse background in advanced clinical skin care treatments and natural healing, her facials use high-quality GlyMed Plus and Prima Fleur Botanicals products. Her services often change with the seasons—for instance, a pumpkin-enzyme peel in the fall—but she also performs classic facials customized for aging, acneic, and dry skin.
Since 2001, Island Mist Tanning's well-maintained booths and beds have helped customers bronze in a relaxed environment. Licensed-and-certified technicians are on hand to help out with tanning options, which include standup booths, beds, and manually applied UV-free airbrush tans. The tanning salon also sells a variety of products from brands such as Supre and Devoted Creations.
At Carriage House Salon & Spa, stylists beautify clients’ hair with haircuts and highlights and massage therapists ease aches with soothing heated stones. Aestheticians perform lavish spa manicures, moisturizing cuticles and finishing nails with OPI lacquers.
Simply You Med Spa's licensed skin tenders exalt appearances with a range of noninvasive physician-supervised services in a friendly atmosphere. During a microdermabrasion, the aesthetician enlists a fleet of crystals to exfoliate skin cells. The procedure, which lasts about 30 minutes with no downtime, abolishes fleshly flaws including acne scars, wrinkles, sun-damaged complexion, and oversnug wrestling masks, leaving skeleton covers silkier. A Botox treatment reins in gravity-afflicted dermises with a naturally occurring protein that relaxes the muscular culprits behind crows feet and frown lines. Faces retain firmness for three to four months before turning back into pumpkins.
At Simply You, a recently renovated salon outfitted with lanterns, cushy leather chairs, and colorful greenery, Chelsey helps people update their look with professional cut and color services. She can consult with each client on a variety of styles, whether they're looking to just trim excess length or carve out a whole new shape. She can also even out hair's hue with single-process color or add dimension to strands by weaving in highlights or outfitting all your friends and neighbors with 3D glasses.
Just because the stylists at D.C. take hair very seriously doesn't mean they have to take themselves seriously. On the salon's front door is a black-and-white photo of Christopher Walken, below which reads "We Accept Walkens." Good-natured riffs such as these help clients feel at home as they seek out a haircut to fit their unique, and often quirky, personalities. D.C. CreationZ is also a proud Matrix concept salon, specializing in color techniques trending here and overseas.