Here are seven businesses that recently opened in Keller, Roanoke and Northeast Fort Worth:

1. Ayni Skate Shop opened at 295 W. Byron Nelson Blvd., Ste. 216, in Roanoke on Oct. 3. In addition to selling “everything skateboarders need,” according to Ayni’s website, the shop sells retail items made by local artisans. Owners Josh and Sarah Hurley also own Now Skateboards and the local nonprofit SwitchLife, which gives at-risk local youth free skateboarding lessons and character development. 682-237-7290.

2. Savage Studio officially opened Oct. 23 at 251 Town Center Lane, Ste. 2105, Keller. Alycia Savage, who has been a photographer for over 19 years, owns the photography studio. The photography studio joined the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. 813-924-8356.

3. Synergy Scripts, a membership-based pharmacy, opened Oct. 8 at 4561 Heritage Trace Parkway in Fort Worth, according to a press release. Duong Nguyen, who graduated from the Xavier School of Pharmacy and worked at Walgreens for 11 years, opened the pharmacy in conjunction with membership-based clinic DPC Health. The pharmacy offers a $5 monthly membership, which allows access to a $5 30-day supply of commonly prescribed drugs, such as antibiotics, blood pressure medications, cholesterol medications and muscle relaxants. Medications not covered by the $5 membership, such as those for migraines, sleep and weight loss, are discounted up to 75%. A $20 membership is also available and includes free deliveries and 24/7 access to the pharmacist. 682-200-0035.

4. Bella Glam Boutique & Lounge opened Dec. 3 at 201 Town Center Lane, Ste. 1115, in Keller, co-owner Monica Carbone said. The boutique is also owned by Tammy Hamilton. Carbone said she and Hamilton have been friends for decades and have each always had a passion for clothes and fashion. Carbone said she has dreamed of opening a boutique for 25 years and is able to do so now that her daughter has gone to college. The new boutique sells a variety of clothing colors and designs, such as black, florals, gold, silver, brights, neutrals, sequins, Swarovski crystals, designer, animal, hippie, boho and rock star styles, Carbone said. The best friends also will offer ladies night outs, birthday celebrations and holiday shopping experiences for private events, Carbone said. The boutique’s website is under construction but will be ready in the new year. 817-300-9878.

5. Plush Threading Lounge opened a location at 8617 N. Beach St. in Fort Worth on Aug. 11. The threading lounge offers hair removal services—such as threading and waxing—along with facials, microblading, eyelash and eyebrow tinting, eyelash extensions, eyelash lifts and henna tattoos. Plush Threading Lounge also has locations at 3980 Boat Club Road, Ste. 110, in Lake Worth and inside Fort Worth’s Tanger Outlets. 682-593-0496.

6. Golden Nails & Spa officially opened Dec. 1 at 5333 Golden Triangle Blvd. in Fort Worth, according to the nail salon’s Facebook page. The new nail salon offers manicures, pedicures, waxing and eyelash extensions, as well as kids’ services for those age 11 and under, according to the salon’s website. Golden Nails & Spa is open Monday-Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 682-593-8377.

7. Peace, Love & Cake opened Dec. 3 in Old Town Keller at 138 Olive St., according to owner Janine Grider. The bakery opened in Texas Harvest Pie Co.’s former location. Grider had run her bakery for years out of her Keller home but said she decided to “take the plunge” and open up a storefront. Peace, Love & Cake sells a variety of customized cakes, cupcakes and cookies. 682-556-6278.