As learned estheticians, Privileged Beverly Hills owners Deborah and Samantha know that what you put in your body is just as important to skin health as what you put on your face. Among their tips are eating antioxidant-rich foods such as strawberries, spinach, and kale. They bring this expertise to a broad range of facials that include a salicylic peel for acne, and an intensive hydrating treatment that's ideal post-surgery. Perhaps their most popular service is the Privileged Signature facial, which boosts radiance with a combination of a pomegranate peel, vitamin-C mask, and liquid-crystal mask with peptides and firming serums.
Deborah and Samantha even have their own line of private-label products called Privileged Skin-Rx. The trio of serums are each designed to treat a different issue?dryness, sun damage, loss of elasticity?but they share important characteristics such as organic, made-in-the-USA, paraben-free formulas that have not been tested on animals or parked cars.
The namesake of hope cosmetics is Hope LeMarque, a veteran makeup artist and eyelash extension technician. She established her venture in 2005, opening its doors to a wide range of clients. Whether they're getting ready to go out for the day or seeking a look worthy of the red carpet, each customer receives a one-on-one consultation before their treatment.
Upon arriving at Hope's penthouse beauty studio, clients can ogle at a line of colorful eye shadow palettes, lip-glosses, and mascara before partaking in a full makeup lesson or a relaxing spa service. To create smooth face canvases, Hope and her dedicated team of aestheticians plump fine lines and thicken eyelashes with oxygen-infused treatments as well as exfoliate epidermises with gentle Vitamin C and lactic peels. Hope and company also doll-up clients with Dream Catcher hair extensions and handcrafted mink eyelash extensions that create instant drama without having to hire reality stars to cry in the corner during your wedding.
Dr. Joyce Peters has held many roles in her career—nutritionist, weight loss coach, aesthetician—all of which inform the actions she takes in her current role as medical director at Forever Young Anti-Aging Center. On a regular basis, Peters and her licensed staff consult with clients and administer a range of salon and spa services, from traditional skin and hair services to modern treatments such as LipoStar body-wrap sessions. Though most of the center’s treatments target signs of aging—wrinkles, cellulite, pocketed birthday cake candles—others, such as Swedish massage, are offered simply to provide general stress relief and promote overall wellness.
GlamMe Beauty Studio?s team travel to homes, places of work, and dentists? offices to pamper clients. They also work at 11 salons in LA and surrounding areas. Stylists cut hair, magically grow hair with extensions, and embellish strands with semipermanent color and highlights. They also beautify nails during mani-pedis, wax away fuzz on faces, and add drama to peepers with eyelash extensions.
Gregory Dylan, founder and namesake of Gregory Dylan Beauty, has 20 years of experience refreshing skin and selling top-of-the-line beauty products as a professional and consultant in the beauty industry. His expert counsel has been employed by television shows including ShopNBC and The Beauty Show.
At his West Hollywood spa, he treats skin with a blend of traditional European techniques and new chemical treatments. Whether brightening skin with facials or diamond-tip microdermabrasion, Gregory brings the sunny disposition and charm that has lent him success on television to every service, putting smiles on faces alongside stylish makeup.