Putting your best face forward sometimes requires making your second-best face disappear in an unfortunate "accident." Today's deal creates the perfect alibi: you were busy enjoying a facial during the time of its disappearance: for $29, you get a 45-minute basic facial at Turning Heads Hair and Skin Studio (a $59.99 value).
Turning Heads offers lavish hair and face treatments in a serene spa environment, and its experienced aestheticians promise to pamper your precious pores until they reach a state of near-perfection. Treat yourself to a luxurious basic facial to ensure your mug is appropriately radiant for an upcoming photo shoot or run-in with the smug neighbourhood glow-worm. During the 45-minute treatment, your face will be gently cleansed, treated to a balancing toner, and slathered with a mask that penetrates deep into the pores and allows you to confess your true feelings to other patrons and passersby in temporary anonymity. One of Turning Heads' friendly skin-whisperers will follow the mask with a relaxing face massage and a moisturizing day cream.
Taking good care of your skin is important at any age. When future forms of facial recognition require a scan of your face before you can enter your hovercraft or open a can of hovercraft fuel with your automatic can-opener, it’ll be nice to know you’re dependably radiant. Call ahead to make an appointment.
WaySpa users give Turning Heads Hair and Skin Studio an 8.5 average rating out of 10:
Turning Heads Hair & Skin Studio
A talented cast of stylists, nail technicians, and aestheticians stands at the ready beside the salon chairs and treatment stations that fill Turning Heads Hair & Skin Studio’s chic and elegant space. Soft blues and greys cover nearly every wall in the airy studio, evoking a natural setting somewhat at odds with the hyper-contemporary geometries of several diamond-shaped salon mirrors. This peculiar confluence of nature and cutting-edge fashion finds its reflection in the stylists themselves, all of whom call upon advanced Paul Mitchell formulas to cut locks into styles that stay in place but look effortless.
Sitting just outside the circles of cropped hair that surround the salon chairs, nail technicians pamper hands with manicures and feet with four types of pedicures, each designed to soften skin roughened from walking around in stilettos or hopping around in sandbags. In the salon's secluded spa room, a licensed aesthetician employs hard wax to gently remove hair and treats skin concerns such as acne or aging with eight types of facials.