Touting an awe-inspiring allotment of awards and recognitions by popular publications, 6 Salon offers a wide range of image-garnishing services. Start your day of beauty with a contemporary haircut ($50+) and permanent hair color ($50+) guaranteed to leave even the frizziest follicular garden well tended and gopher-free. Pull a fast one on the sun with a full-body airbrush tan ($30), and feign eternal innocence with a precise eyebrow shaping ($28). Or, tame ragged cuticles by combining a spa pedicure ($50) and french manicure ($25), which can be enjoyed by digits of any nationality or level of Jerry Lewis appreciation. Regardless of the services rendered, 6 Salon's cutting-edge styling staff is on hand to gently mold your protoplasmic gifts into the height of hair and husk couture.
The Douglas J Aveda Institute is a beauty school that will smooth and soothe whatever section of your surface area aches for tending, from your freshly sore Olive Oyl tattoo to the love-bite scars from your pet gull. During your session, the Institute?s future superstar stylists and cosmetologists will tend to you with incredible detail while using Aveda's organic, bio-safe products. A botanical hair and scalp therapy douses sun-dried follicles with a deep moisturizing and strengthening hair and scalp treatment, followed by a scalp and neck massage, shampoo, and blow-dry ($37 and up). Otherwise, put your best face forward with an elemental nature self-renewal facial ($37 for 60 minutes, $42 for 90 minutes) or a makeup application ($22). Pamper your handy arm paddles and toe holsters with an elemental nature manicure ($24) and pedicure ($35). Maintain the grounds of your scalp lawn with a haircut and thermal style ($34), and pull weeds from facial areas with a waxing ($11?$33).
Alex Emilio Salon, founded by friends Alex Lekocaj and Emilio Giglio in 2001, offers an inedible buffet of beautifying and body-bettering salon services. Metal-band roadies preparing to begin an accounting career can tidy up with a men's haircut ($25+), while female fugitives from justice can adjust their aliases with a haircut ($40+) and a tint ($40+). Hands hampered by too many midnight games of no-glove baseball can delight their digits with a manicure ($20+), and feet still scuffed up from last week's borderline-illegal April Fool's prank can achieve 10-toed tranquility with a spa pedicure ($50+).
Your hands are the astronauts of your body?the first explorers to make contact with whatever's in your orbit?and your feet are the blazing rockets that propel you into space. Don't let your rockets burn out and fall off into the Atlantic Ocean. Take care of your trustworthy extremities with today's Groupon: for $40, you get the signature 5th & Fringe manicure and pedicure with paraffin wax (a $105 total value) at 5th & Fringe Salon & Spa in downtown Royal Oak.
Robin Manoogian, a makeup artist with nearly 30 years of experience, leads a talented team of aestheticians, cosmetologists, and massage therapists in making clients feel beautiful. Whether revealing secrets on how to enhance features with her custom Takhoui cosmetics or artfully shaping brows with tweezers, Robin works with clients to achieve the desired look. Her staff also purifies natural canvases with facials for all skin types?even those going through stages of surgical healing.
While the luxurious spa experience is already tempting on its own, Birmingham Tea Spa augments its pampering services with the pleasantries of tea service. While guests sip tea or kick back with glasses of champagne, skilled technicians pamper hands and feet with scrubs or paraffin dips that soothe and moisturize skin. Elsewhere in the spa, guests indulge in customized facials, and mini-massages that eliminate tension in upper shoulders and really stressed-out action figures.