The team at Body & Sol Tanning Studios advises visitors on UV and UV-free tanning options, as well as directs tanners toward red-light skin-rejuvenation therapy. UV units range from the Exotic Sun 55 standup booth to the Sunboard XXT bed, which delivers 23,000 watts of light through lamps arranged to cover all four sides. For UV-free darkening, a Mystic Tan HD booth lets guests customize their desired color. To help clients maintain results, the staff recommends sheen-enhancing products such as Australian Gold lotions and Academy Award polish.
Master hairdresser Andrea Torres leads a team of stylists in revamping manes at ART Andrew Salon. During precision cuts and color treatments, stylists pull from high-quality products to impart structure and shine to tresses. Additionally, the team turns out smoother looking skin with facial waxing and makeup applications.
Bella Bronze Studio invites customers into its relaxing rooms, offering self-service and technician-assisted beautification services. UV tanning beds and standup booths help skin obtain a healthy-looking glow, and spray tans hand-applied with airbrushes ensure even bronzing. Additional salon services include inch-shrinking body wraps, salt scrubs, and full-body massages. A stock of products by brands such as Australian Gold, Supre, and Swedish Beauty enables at-home maintenance of new looks.
Since 1985, Endless Summer has outfitted swimmers with an extensive selection of beach formalwear, while providing suit-wearers with tanning and skin-therapy services. Colorful selections by brands including Roxy, Hurley, Sunsets, and Billabong line nearly every inch of the store's walls and shelves. Men's sizes range from 28 to 40, and women's suits, in sizes 6–22, include tie-side and skirted bikini bottoms, boy shorts, and tops to accommodate cups sized A–E. Endless Summer's 20 tanning beds and a variety of tanning lotions help shoppers complement skin tones to match new waterwear.
At just a glance, the boutique might look an antique shop. A wrought-iron chandelier dangles just inside the entrance, its orange lights casting a bronze glow on the tile ceiling. This initial impression is fitting for Cheveux the Spa, where stylists and aestheticians tend to guests at workstations converted from vintage dressers and ornate mirrors. Amid Renaissance-style paintings, they coif hair, slick nails in pretty polish, massage tension out of bodies, and wax rogue body hair.
Family Fitness and FitZone for Women are spread across six locations, but they share a common goal: to help guests find their ideal physique. They accomplish this mission by filling their 15,000- to 25,000-square-foot facilities with ellipticals, arc trainers, and treadmills that engage cardios, cores, and limbs alongside group training classes led by certified personal and group fitness instructors. Visitors can also keep tabs on their progress with the centers’ fitness monitoring program and body mass testing.