- Massage Therapy
- Body Wraps
- Hot Stone Massage
- Pre-Natal Massage
- Spray Tanning
- Lash & Brow Tinting
Great news! Repairs are starting. We are tentatively expecting to re-open March 23. Meanwhile some of our stylists are working elsewhere and you can book appointments with them through us like normal.
Our phones have been forwarded. You can reach us at 403-938-7304. If you don’t reach us please be patient, reception hours are limited. Or, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll respond to you ASAP.
On Thursday, Feb 12th our salon was hit by a car and there is a hole in the wall. Everyone is fine but we are closed until we hear more from insurance. We are truly sorry for any inconvenience. Check out our Facebook page if you want to see pictures!!
Saryna Key is relatively new to Canada but was developed by the brothers responsible for creating Moroccan Oil. This time…
Saryna Key is relatively new to Canada but was developed by the brothers responsible for creating Moroccan Oil. This time they’ve employed African Shea Butter as their main ingredient rather than Argon oil. The result is truly luxurious in your hair.
The Shea Butter is sustainably harvested and fair traded through Global Mama’s. There is a full range of shampoo, conditioner, oils and treatments for dandruff, damage repair, color lasting and volume.
Check out Kelsey’s new blog post on her experience with Saryna Key here.
Saryna Key is quickly becoming a staff favorite; we love it and we hope you will too.
Perhaps it’s a bit premature of me, but after a few beautiful days I feel like spring is well on…
Perhaps it’s a bit premature of me, but after a few beautiful days I feel like spring is well on its way. In the beauty industry, a change of season most certainly guarantees a change in look and style. It’s been about a year now that there haven’t been any renovations going on here, and the result of that is a lot of new hair colours and styles. But there’s only so much you can do to your hair, so in true Hairstylist fashion, it’s about time something changed. So the whole front reception and retail area are getting a well-deserved makeover!
As much as I love change and more importantly new and sparkly things, trying to coordinate a huge renovation like this while remaining open has definitely been a challenge. Not to mention trying to explain to the contractors that they can’t really make any noise while working because I own a Spa for heaven’s sake! Please wear your steal toed boots… but tip toe and why can’t men whisper? I can already tell this is going to be a month like no other. All joking aside, I really am looking forward to all the upcoming changes and I’m confident the results will be well worth it.
A few months ago I was approached by Allen Boss, (Town of Okotoks Team Leader for Cultural and Historical Services)…
Rocky Horror Picture Show MakeUp
A few months ago I was approached by Allen Boss, (Town of Okotoks Team Leader for Cultural and Historical Services) and was asked if my team and I wanted to be involved at the screening of Rocky Horror Picture Show. It took place at the Rotary Performing Arts Centre on October 26th, just in time for Halloween.
We discussed possibly doing make-up touch up’s for the guests – Allen thought it would help enhance their characters if they were dressed up. I eagerly accepted his proposal as we love working at events around town. Before the big night I caught up with Allen to finalize all the details of the event. He asked me if we were planning on dressing up in costumes, I quickly replied with “Sure! What should we wear?” “Oh a bra and some fishnets should be perfect.”
Umm, Ok this is when I confess that I have in fact NEVER seen this particular show and perhaps we should acquaint ourselves with the movie before we show up to do make-up.
I still can’t believe that both Bronwen and I assumed the other had seen the show and would know just what to do! So we set up a movie night together and decided to take some serious notes. Well…. First and foremost, the movie is definitely a classic in its own right.
Secondly, we just kept wondering how we got ourselves into this. How are you supposed to dress in Character and still maintain a little bit of professionalism? Well after a lot a laugh’s and costume changes we decided on what you see in the pictures.
Let’s just say we were definitely relieved when everyone arrived all dressed up too!
The only really embarrassing part is when I realized I had to run back to the salon before the show started. It’s just around the corner, but I sure got a bunch of looks from the people at the Royal Duke!
In the end, the event was a success and an absolute blast I might add. I highly recommend these movie showings at the RPAC, they are one of a kind. Make sure you dress up though, or you’ll stick out like a sore thumb!