Licensed aesthetician Juana Martinez buffs careworn visages with 60-minute private microdermabrasion treatments at Stewart Medical Group. During each treatment, Martinez gently sands epidermises with a minimally abrasive instrument that removes the thick, uneven layer of outer skin, minimizing light scars and uneven pigment caused by sun damage and semi-permanent clown makeup. The treatment also helps collagen levels to find renewed vigor, leading to smooth, even, and younger-looking complexions. Anesthetic is not used during this noninvasive procedure, as most patients report little discomfort and require no downtime.
A trip to CM beauty consultant is so personalized and thorough, it really feels like having your own on-call beauty consultant. At the skincare center, aestheticians perform gentle facials and clinical-grade treatments alike, using microdermabrasion wands, radiofrequency devices, and special serums to revitalize tired or blemish-addled faces. For more long-lasting facial changes, clients can opt for permanent makeup or super-glued Groucho Marx glasses, but for pigment without the commitment, they can choose special-event makeup applications or lash extensions.
Paul Mitchell The School - Pasadena offers its students 6,000 square feet of learning. Experienced instructors guide students through every snip, curl, and highlight as they hone their skills sculpting new hairstyles. In addition to styling services, the school offers facials, body waxing, and makeup applications, so clients can look good for daytime jaunts, evening outings, and dates with their pillows.
Inside Beauty Wink, lash artist Kathie has only one goal: to give her clients long, seamless lashes. To that end, she applies lashes individually, which provides a better fit and a more natural look than strip lashes. Kathie can also refill empty spaces when lashes naturally shed after a few weeks, and remove old extensions when people want to draw attention away from their eyes and onto their new hat.