At Solace Day Spa, we believe in a professional appearance and reflecting a healthy and positive lifestyle.   Thus, we have strictly enforced a dress code as follows. If you should not be in dress code, you will be immediately asked to leave the spa to change to appropriate attire. The dress code is as follows:


An issued and approved engraved name badge is to be always worn on the upper left side of the uniform.


 All-black professional attire is to be worn by all service providers of the spa. Dresses and skirts that are split at or below the knee are acceptable. Dress and skirt length should be at a length at which you can sit comfortably in public. Short, tight skirts that ride halfway up the thigh are inappropriate for work. Mini skirts, skorts, sundresses, beach dresses, and spaghetti-strap dresses are inappropriate for the service providers in a spa environment.  Inappropriate pants include jeans, sweatpants, Bermuda shorts, short shorts, shorts, bib overalls, and any spandex or other form-fitting pants such as people wear for biking.


Jewelry, Makeup, Perfume, and Cologne-Should be in good taste. As stated in the “professional” portion of the policies and procedures, some staff and guests may be allergic to the chemicals in perfumes and make-up, so wear these substances with restraint.


All-black shoes are required (no white side soles). Low rubber heels should be worn for safety. Shoes are to be always kept neat and clean. Due to the spa environment, we need to be respectful of the sounds our shoes make and provide a quiet and relaxing atmosphere while clients are getting services done.


All staff should always be aware of their appearance. As we represent the Beauty & Health industry, it is imperative that your hair, nails, and makeup represent current trends as well as present a complete look daily. For service providers: Hair should be pulled back and out of the way while providing services to guests.