The beauty treatments at Eyebrows in Colerain Township will leave you feeling happy from head-to-toe.
A hydrating and enhancing facial from this salon will leave you with clearer and smoother skin.
If you need to attend to your beauty needs in a hurry, this establishment happily accepts walk-ins.
Eyebrows accepts all major credit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
If a day of pampering sounds like your cup of tea, don't hesitate to swing by Eyebrows for all your glitz and glamour must-haves.
Skilled stylist Emily Harpold helps traverse this modern world of gas-powered scissors and talking combs with her expert cut and color services. Clients can solicit Emily’s know-how for a deep-conditioning treatment, sleek layers, or more complicated services such as a perm, highlights, or a beautifying facial wax.
When she's caring for a client, Andrea Pouncy Waite likes to take her time. Although she'd worked in spa settings, she didn't care to see clients "being treated like fast food." So she stepped out on her own, started Garden Of Wellness, and today does her best to learn the individual preferences and pains of each person who walks through her door. From there, she uses a holistic, flowing approach, easing away aches and stress with soothing strokes and organic, vegan-friendly oils.
Within her cozy Cincinnati studio, Debra Forman, LMT soothes sore muscles with a collection of therapeutic techniques. Swedish massages employ hydrating oils or lotions with long, flowing strokes that help improve circulation and promote relaxation. To augment this bodywork method, Debra offers hot- and cold-stone therapies. The former's heat penetrates deep into muscles to relieve tension, while the latter works to relieve muscle congestion.
At the heart of Zen Dragon Massage is a singular technique: Bowen soft-tissue therapy. During this remedial, hands-on therapy, the practitioner uses their thumbs and fingers to perform rolling movements that stimulate the muscles and the soft connective tissue. The philosophy is that these movements will trigger the body's own capacity for self-healing, relieving anything from muscular pain to anxiety.
Allegra Woods has been alleviating muscle tension at Pure Moments Spa since 2012. To do so, the massage therapist employs relaxing Swedish strokes, soothing prenatal techniques, and deep-tissue kneads. She tailors her strokes to each client's preferred amount of pressure, using light pressure and flowing movements to ease stress, for instance, or intense pressure and targeted movements to relieve pain. Allegra also enhances her massages with optional aromatherapy oils and muscle cream.
Many clients pair their massages with a specialized facial or chemical peel, which are among the reasons Pure Moments Spa was voted the No. 1 place to get a facial by CityVoter in 2014 and 2015.