In 18 years of perfecting complexions, aesthetician Nicole has seen her fair share of skin problems. And during that time, she's perfected a roster of facials that can address nearly all of them. Using steam, moisturizers, and products from brands like Bioelements, she can tackle everything from acne-prone teen skin to clogged pores, or perform a complete complexion overhaul using fruit-based enzymes. Not only that, but she also customizes masks and treatments to skin type, which allows her to deliver a completely personalized experience.
Bella Amici Salon's stylists maintain certifications as Schwarzkopf color specialists and have expertise in Redken color chemistry, Dream Catchers hair extensions, and Bio Ionic hair retexturizing. They also cleanse and condition with products such as Bamboo by Alterna. In addition to their hairstyling services, Bella Amici's crew tends to guests with spa treatments such as body wraps, massages, nail care, and facials.
The salon resembles a friend's apartment, with its eclectic furniture, hardwood floors, and the photo that hangs above a candle-topped mantle giving it a feel that is both modern and homey.
Helmed by board-certified vascular surgeon Wayne Reichman, MD, The Vein and Cosmetic Institute’s team of doctors and technicians devote themselves to brining skin back to its original unblemished state. Stocking their offices with the latest laser technology, wrinkle-defying injectables, and facial products, they perform more than 20 cosmetic services ranging from vein removal to microdermabrasions.
At Belle Derm Laser Center, the laser is a jack-of-all-trades. The therapeutic beams of the clinic’s laser systems can permanently reduce unwanted stubble, smooth out forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet, and chicken knuckles, and minimize sagging. Staff schedules appointments flexibly within a space at the Festival at Bel Air shopping center.
Back in the 1960s, beauty was so simple that some beauty parlors—like the nine traditional ones run by Robert Andrew Zupko—only had one service: roller sets. But beauty trends began to change, so Zupko changed right along with them, adding skincare and nailcare to his hairstyling business. When 1996 hit the calendars, the salon evolved into a full-fledged day spa that covered 7,000 square feet.
Zupko has since created Robert Andrew – The Salon & Spa, a 22,000-square-foot Tuscan-style getaway nestled in the giant scalene triangle that connects D.C., Annapolis, and Baltimore. Inside the salon, more than 90 beauty professionals—including nail technicians, massage therapists, and stylists—shape and polish nails, snip split ends, and disentangle achy muscle knots. The salon also boasts a troupe of Yon-Ka trained aestheticians who remove dead skin cells with pumpkin enzymes and melt away frozen funny faces with hot-stone facials.
More recently, Zupko opened Robert Andrew Medical Spa, where the spotlight's on lasers, injectables, chemical peels, and other high-tech skincare services.