Deals in Berkley

$35 for Brazilian Wax at Astute Artistry ($70 Value)

Astute Artistry

Astute Artistry

Waxing technicians remove hair from the full bikini area

$70 $35

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One or Three Massages at The Balance Clinical & Holistic Massage (Up to 47% Off)

The Balance Holistic & Clinical Massage Therapy

Downtown Berkley

Customized bodywork treatments soothe muscles and minds with modern and ancient massage techniques and relaxing holistic methods

$100 $55

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$97 for a Spa Day for Two with Massages and Foot Treatments at Franklin Spa ($195 Value)

Franklin Spa

Multiple Locations

Soothing aromatherapy heightens relaxation during back massages, and feet get pampered with a massage, scrub, mask, and steam during spa day

$195 $97

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Cut and Style with Optional Color Refresh or Highlights at Fusion the Salon (Up to 65% Off)

Fusion The Salon

Royal Oak

Experts update looks with stylish cuts and color treatments

$40 $19

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Basic or Mink Lash Extensions with Eye-Makeup Application from Faces by Jeri Michelle at Day 7 Salon (50% Off)

Faces by Jeri Michelle at Day 7 Salon

Royal Oak

Licensed technician adheres semipermanent basic or mink extensions to natural lashes for a more voluminous look; makeup application included

$250 $125

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$75 for an Assessment with 10 Low-Level Laser Treatments at Normandy Chiropractic Clinic ($150 Value)

Normandy Chiropractic Clinic

Royal Oak

Doctor of Chiropractic Thomas Kopsch treats aches and pains with noninvasive low-level laser therapy

$330 $145

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Lisa Rowe Glickoff's more than 20-year career is just as diverse as the pictures of fantasy, special effects, and beauty makeup in her portfolio. When she is not busy prepping faces for fashion, film, and high-profile events? such as dolling up celebs for the 2006 Academy Awards? the makeup-industry veteran spends time on the product side of the industry. In addition to serving as a beauty rep for brands such as Paula Dorf Cosmetics, she also has created Astute, her own line of makeup. But even with all of these accomplishments, the one that?s closest to her heart remains the founding of Astute Artistry, her makeup-training boutique and beauty studio. From within the 8,000 square foot space?decorated with modern Paris-themed decor?she teaches aspiring make-up artists how to create Hollywood-approved special effects and beauty makeup during hands-on classes that range from beginner level to advanced professional.

When not teaching others the tricks of the beauty trade, Lisa puts her aesthetician license and chic boutique to use by shaping brows with threading, enhancing eyes with lash extensions, and rejuvenating mature, teen, and dehydrated skin during facials. Lisa and her team also provide traditional makeup applications for brides and those attending special events.

Lisa is also committed to helping those in need, which is why she founded Astute Artistry II, a nonprofit makeup studio catering to women affected by skin and hair conditions, which was featured in Hour Detroit magazine.

3026 W. 12 Mile Rd
Berkley,
MI
US

Con’s Organic Spa owner Con Ciecko isn't just an expert in the beauty industry. She's also a reiki master and a medical tattoo technician. These specialties, along with her education and training at Michigan and California institutes, have prepared her to execute services that both beautify and relax her clients. Besides kneading muscles with several massage modalities, she cleanses skin with organic facials, bronzes limbs with airbrush tanning, and administers makeup applications for weddings or black-tie viewings of TV weddings. Joined by a skilled staff that includes her daughter Kiya, a massage therapist and nail technician, Ciecko infuses her new spa confines with a welcoming and personable vibe as she helps her clients develop their own signature looks.

2301 Coolidge Hwy
Berkley,
MI
US

Every year at Ann Arbor Fest, Catching Fireflies founders Steve and April paused from manning their paper-arts booth to admire the folksy paintings of local artist Chris Roberts-Antieau. When they finally saved up enough to purchase their favorite piece, “Catching Fireflies,” it led to a flash of inspiration: a shop dedicated to showcasing similarly whimsical artwork and supporting local artists.

Now, Catching Fireflies’ inventory spans the spectrum, from leather-bound journals and wall art to children’s toys, and has been lauded in Rochester-Rochester Hills Patch. Once customers have honed in on wares, staff can gift-wrap them free of charge, thereby eliminating the need to conceal them behind Groucho glasses.

3117 12 Mile Rd
Berkley,
MI
US

Dr. Jeff Allyn has been a practicing chiropractic physician for more than two decades. In 1994, he opened the doors to his own practice at Berkley Chiropractic Clinic. Here, Dr. Allyn and his staff manage issues with muscles and bones in an honest, ethical fashion, zeroing in on each individual's unique needs. The process typically starts with a free consultation, which enables Dr. Allyn to pinpoint problem areas and determine whether or not a patient is actually just two pranksters stacked on each other's shoulders. From there, the doc and his staff decide if chiropractic manipulative care is an option, and if other forms of therapy, such as massage, could also be helpful.

2745 Coolidge Hwy
Berkley,
MI
US

Founded by car enthusiasts, Detroit Motor Apparel outfits bodies in screenprinted duds that espouse a love of all things motorized and Michigan. Featuring the graphic designs of Michigan-based artist Chris Weber, shirts and decals boast cleverly reinterpreted classic logos or original illustrations that celebrate the state's automotive heritage or decry the idea that Michigan is just Indiana's hand puppet. T-shirts, sweatshirts, and team apparel can also sport custom-ordered designs limited only by the imagination of the requestor and the fact that Detroit Motor Apparel does not yet deal in tutus.

1911 Oakshire Avenue
Berkley,
MI
US

The Coffee Beanery's methods of roasting and brewing coffee transcend from process to artistry. For 36 years, the international chain has roasted its own hand-selected beans at its Michigan headquarters using its trademarked Right Roast technique, in which humans take the place of robots to roast small batches to their peak flavor. Each of their kosher-certified coffee flavors sets taste buds alight without the use of sugar, alcohol, lactose, or glow sticks. Decaffeinated versions drip into cups sans chemicals, as each batch is made with only the Swiss Water Process.

28557 Woodward Avenue
Berkley,
MI
US