Ultra Tan's staff makes sure its clients maintain a healthy glow, year-round. Across two locations, they offer a variety of high-pressure tanning beds, as well as UV-free airbrush spray tanning. Customized to each client, spray tans are available in varying shades for a deep, streak-free, and even bronze. Ultra Tan also offers FDA-approved red light therapy, which can help reduce signs of aging, acne scarring, and too many years of hanging out under black lights.
At First Impressions, aestheticians spruce up faces, relax backs, and pamper nails in 90-minute mini spa excursions. Technicians rub hands and feet with lavender- or honey-infused exfoliating scrubs, polishing skin to a healthy glow before coating nails in gel or Shellac polish, whose persistent grip clings to talons for up to two weeks, much like a shy toddler clutching a store mannequin’s leg. Toes can stretch out and luxuriate in a complimentary paraffin treatment, and faces emerge looking fresh and youthful after a treatment using all-natural products.
Between graduating from beauty school and earning certifications in Lanza, Schwarzkopf, and the Coppola Keratin-Smoothing system, stylist Adrianne Lowes somehow managed to get two businesses off the ground. Her superhuman work ethic eventually led her to start a third business, The Ritz Salon and Spa, which has grown from her passion project into Burleson’s go-to spot for professional styling and relaxation.
For evidence of Adrianne’s dedication to the interrelated arts of beauty and health, one need not look further than The Ritz’s lengthy list of services, which range from the salon’s hair and waxing treatments to the spa’s facials and massages. The spa even boasts a therapy center, where resident chiropractor Dr. Don Haygood heals aching muscles with chiropractic, med-spa, and acupuncture treatments. Along with its beauty and health services, The Ritz houses a chic fashion boutique, where visitors can search for a cute outfit to complement their newly cropped hair or freshly scrubbed face tattoos.
A massage is a deeply personal experience: no two people have the same aches, muscular issues, or pressure preferences. With 17 years of experience under her belt, massage therapist and certified chiropractic assistant Dena Butterbaugh knows this all too well, which is why she strives to customize her massages to each of her clients' needs and favorite whale-song albums. At her station within La Vue Day Salon, the therapist specializes in easing chronic pain through trigger-point and deep-tissue techniques, but can also provide general pampering with relaxing Swedish strokes or the penetrating warmth of hot stones.
Using her more than 30 years of experience, nail technician Pam Dees works her magic at Legacy Salons & Day Spa. Here, she provides a full range of services for natural and acrylic nails. Without using an electric nail file, Pam sculpts nails during nail-repair treatments.