Jessica Pannone first started beautifying faces at age 14. Today, as a licensed aesthetician, she runs a fetching spa and brandishes PCA Skin treatments and products against armies of acne, wrinkles, and dry skin. She prefers PCA Skin because it abstains from synthetic colors, fragrances, and animal testing and develops its finished products with the help of solid medical case studies. When she isn't smoothing epidermises with chemical peels and facials, she uses warm wax to extract unwanted hair and reshape eyebrows that have taken to impersonating Salvador Dal?'s mustache.
Each service at Borealis Body Aesthetics aims to boost clients’ beauty, from blasting away fat with ultrasound cavitation to tightening skin using radio frequencies or removing dead skin cells with microdermabrasion’s diamond-tip wand. Technicians customize facials with Image Skincare and Osmosis Skincare products, a skincare line that eschews chemical preservatives and parabens. For added sparkle, technicians coat eyeliner or existing tattoos with glitter designs.
An independent stylist, Yvette Blezinski employs 14 years of experience and uses products by Natural Euphoria, Redken, and Shwarzkopf while snipping and styling the tresses of women and men. Prior to haircut services, Yvette navigates her fingertips through manes, relieving tension with a gentle massage. Afterward, the stylist re-arms herself with scissors or gardening shears, trimming and sculpting tresses in a way that suits the individual or topiary. Partial highlights vivify select strands, and full-color treatments dress entire 'dos in select pigments. For soft, shiny locks, Brazilian blowouts hydrate frizz-prone hair, and Moroccanoil deep-conditioning treatments hydrate hair shafts and prevent cuticles from becoming desiccated or sprouting cacti.
Clients relax as they sip frothy beers and tart ciders amid the elegant white décor of The Wax Bar's lobby before following aestheticians back to a private treatment room for one of a broad repertoire of signature hair-removal services. Staff at The Wax Bar's two locations aim to make waxing or sugaring a luxurious and dignified experience, soothing clients' jangling nerves with drinks from the wet bar. Each aesthetician boasts a repertoire of discomfort-minimizing tricks to ensure sugaring and waxing services for men and women's brows, backs, and bikinis go as swiftly and painlessly as possible. After follicles have said their tearful goodbyes to unwanted hair, aestheticians apply aftercare products and advise clients on the best way to reduce irritation on freshly bare skin. Staff members also offer facials whose targeted therapies incorporate products from Dermalogica and Aveda.
The eponymous owner of Catelyn?s Place doesn?t draw a line between results and relaxation. Her med-spa treatments combine detail-oriented care and constant communication to ensure a comfortable experience for all clients. Catelyn?s three types of body wraps boost skin?s health with hydrating ingredients and therapeutic oils, and her personalized facial veers off course to include a decadent foot massage. During her waxing treatments, Catelyn uses a special formula infused with ingredients designed to make skin less sensitive to pain and yo' mama jokes.
The technicians at Regal Nails pamper hands and feet with manicures, pedicures, and stylish synthetic tips. Upgraded deluxe mani-pedis include exfoliation and soothing massage, whereas quickie express pedicures cover the basics of nail shaping, cuticle grooming, and polish. In addition to these nail services, the beauty pros offer waxing, lash tinting, and eyelash extensions.