Metro Detroit woman brings spa treatments to clients amid pandemic
DETROIT – The stress of the coronavirus pandemic has almost everyone looking for ways to relax. That’s why one Metro Detroit woman decided she was going to bring relaxation to her clients in the safest way possible. “I turned to God and He gave it to me.”She purchased an RV and with her partner, they transformed it into a mobile spa. She spent $40,000 putting Spa Land Mobile Spa together -- an idea Ali had been talking about for years. I’m so proud of myself.”If you’d like to book a session or learn more, visit the official Spa Land Mobile Spa website here.
Want the perfect 'quarantine haircut’? Make sure you’re choosing the correct clippers
If you’ve never given yourself (or a someone else) a quick haircut, you’ll soon realize why cosmetology school exists. Anyone who has gone to the barber knows that they use different clippers to measure how much hair comes off. Most people run into trouble while cutting their hair at home because they start with too short of a guard, Jordan said. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. As always, practice makes perfect to nail a quarantine haircut at home, so don’t beat yourself up too badly if it looks like you cut your hair with a weed whacker as opposed to an electric razor.