Pedicure in Chicago


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  • Tricoci University
    On a trip to Chicago from his native Italy, young Mario Tricoci changed his life forever. The fledgling hairdresser stopped in at a prestigious salon, where he impressed the owner with his impeccable display of skill and landed himself a job. The next six decades brought strings of industry awards and the opening of his very own salon, which soon exploded into 26 locations in four states. With his styling prowess proven both to the industry and to the clients he encountered each day, the coiffeur decided to share his gift with others. In 2004, he established Tricoci University to foster a new generation of cosmetologists and spa technicians trained to thrive in the luxury-spa industry. Throughout the Midwest, Tricoci prot?g?s study a rigorous curriculum in high-end salon and spa surroundings to learn how to create beautiful hairdos, choose skin-flattering cosmetics, and beautify nails and skin. A team of experienced industry professionals readies pupils for the beauty world with in-depth classes, and outside education arrives via video demonstrations and guest-artist lectures on Vidal Sassoon's Wedge-Bob Postulate. More advanced students get a preview of their career to come by beautifying real people during instructor-supervised treatments, which lend the stylist essential experience as the client enjoys a pampering session at a discounted rate.
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    5321 N Harlem Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • XEX Hair Gallery
    The stylists at XEX Hair Gallery love being in downtown Chicago. ?It?s such a blend of different kinds of people down here,? says David Perry, co-founder and lead stylist at the Aveda concept salon. For such a diverse clientele, stylists are trained in-house to master haircare for all ethnicities. They also travel around the country to attend ongoing-education classes. ?We always try to stay up on what?s current and what?s in fashion,? Perry says. There?s a notable visual difference between XEX Hair Gallery and most other salons?pieces of Venetian Murano glass artwork by Raphael Darra provide bold pops of pigment along the salon?s neutral-toned walls. Besides giving the salon a funky, artsy feel, the pieces serve as a metaphor. ?Hair is art,? Perry says. ?Not only does [the art] bring a lot of color to the salon, it also reflects the individuality of what people are.? If the art on the walls recalls a hip coffee shop or David Geffen's attic, it?s not an unfounded connection. Perry calls his salon a ?discharging chamber . . . where people come in and they feel like it?s home. People know your name, you feel welcome, it?s a cool place.? As for the coffee, the salon serves wine and beer, but someone will run out and get a cup of joe for clients if that?s what they request. Says Perry, ?You name it, we?ll get it for them.?
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    35 W Upper Wacker Dr.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Reina Spa
    When guests come in for Center Nails’ signature manicure and pedicure, they’re in for a treat. The spa’s nail specialists begin by immersing their clients’ hands and feet in an organic aromatherapy soak, which softens skin while treating the senses to intoxicating aromas. Next, they alternate wrapping hands and feet with lavender paraffin and warm towels, massage skin with an organic moisturizer, then color nails with coats of non-toxic polish. These treatments are only the beginning of an extensive list of nail services that also include no-chip manicures, nail art, and silk wraps. Center Nails and Spa also flaunts signature facials for women and men, the former boasting extractions and a custom mask and the latter focusing on easing razor burn and revamping hydration levels. Advanced skin treatments such as diamond microdermabrasion and lactic-acid peels make skin look younger without resorting to invasive facelifts or harsh dimple-implantation procedures. The spa doesn’t skimp on the rest of the body, either, as their massage therapists knead muscles with custom strokes and waxing specialists swiftly remove hair from men’s and women’s bodies.
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    1 E Erie St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Cutting Crew
    At The Cutting Crew, stylists offer precision and razor cuts for men and women, and breathe new life into outdated hairdos with coloring, California perms, and keratin smoothing treatments. Beyond hair services, the in-house aesthetician treats skin with facials and full body exfoliations, and nails that want in on the fun can tap their way onto a manicure or pedicure station for a thorough grooming and coat of polish. Always keeping up with the coolest trends, the staff welcomes kids and even hosts birthday parties in which every member can sport a fresh new hairdo styled in the latest look or shaped into a goody bag.
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    5840 W 63rd St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Salon O Sixty-Five
    Within the chic, brick-and-hardwood confines of Salon O Sixty-Five, transformations reach almost magical proportions. Whether snipping with scissors, lengthening with extensions, smoothing with keratin, or dyeing by wringing out a rainbow, stylists grace heads with all-new looks. The artists' range of skills makes them an ideal match for O Sixty-Five clients, who have come to expect magazine-worthy looks that fit their personalities. A high level of naturalism pervades each 'do?extensions are seamless, and even specialty colors look like they sprouted naturally from the scalp.
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    65 E Oak St., Suite 1B
    Chicago, IL US
  • Essential Nail Spa
    By eschewing harsh chemicals, drills, and blades in their nail services, the professionals at Essential Nail Spa set themselves apart from other nail care establishments. In addition to classic nail services, they also offer no-chip gel manicures that give nails a flawless look for up to two weeks. These services and their dedication to safety, cleanliness, and personable customer care has also earned them a top spot on Guidespot’s Best Manicures and Pedicures list in 2008 and the praises of happy customers.
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    2214 N Clark St.
    Chicago, IL US

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