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Inside the sunny La Peer Beauty shop, patrons assisted by licensed pulchritude professionals browse glass shelves stacked high with candy-colored OPI nail polish, high-end skincare and hair products, and fragrances in twinkling bottles or room diffusers. Colognes such as Thymes’s Agave Nectar leave a bright, crisp fragrance on dermises, and skincare regimens from brands such as Dermalogica treat façades stressed out by harsh weather or the thought that professional wrestling is fake. An arsenal of curling and straightening irons and hair-dryer attachments help home stylists create their ideal dos, and hairsprays such as L’Oreal Elnett keep styles fast in place. An onsite salon puts La Peer’s products to the test as stylists trim hair or add extensions, aestheticians treat skin with facials and eye treatments, and wax techs whisk away unwanted hairs.

8950 W Olympic Blvd, #113
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Billion Dollar Brows' highly trained team commits to sculpting overgrown sweat catchers into winsome, carefully landscaped forehead gardens. Their brow-shaping service infuses misshapen furrows with symmetry, elegance, and believable looks of surprise for small-claims court hearings ($35 for regular visitors; $40 for first-timers). A sure-handed specialist will apply full brow makeup finish to hide any redness. To maintain your alluring countenance, you'll also receive Billion Dollar Brows' universal brow pencil, a water-resistant wand effective for all skin tones and hair colors ($14.95).

9453 Charleville Blvd
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Tastes in Halloween costumes change quickly. This year, Halloween Club is ready with popular Breaking Bad, Despicable Me, and Iron Man costumes. Of course, there are also the classic staples. Creepy masks and props, police uniforms, and pirate apparel aren't forgotten either, allowing patrons to finish their cosplay outfit, celebrate Halloween, or put together a really spectacular excuse for not going into work. That selection also includes outlandish items such as skeletons in mariachi outfits and zombie girl scout costumes.

1090 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

A First Impression renews homes with new carpets, upholstery, and bedding and has been featured in the Los Angeles Daily News for its ability to revitalize furniture. Much like a shape-shifting silver dollar, A First Impression’s custom projects vary in price, but pricing starts at $45 per hour for labor plus the cost of materials. Line foot highways in new floor fur, choosing from more than 15 brands. The cost of carpet is $19.95 per yard, which includes installation and 7-pound padding. Homeowners can also redecorate rooms with drapes ($58 for a 2’ window including installation), reupholstered dining-room chairs ($35 each), sofas ($99/ft. plus a flat labor rate of $99), or custom sheets, comforters, and pillowcases ($45/hour for labor, material costs vary).

9018 Burton Way
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Hollywood's Favorite Bakery for Over 30 Years. We Freshly Baked our gourmet treats daily with no added preservatives. Then package them in beautiful baskets, towers, or boxes to share.

238 1/2 South Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Combining elements of old-school American and London barbershops, The Brighton Shave Co. is a sophisticated spot for a close, comfortable, classic wet-shave. Brighton Classix beard-slayers begin by examining your chin to determine the most effective skin-preserving products. Then, armed with straight razors, hot towels, and the finest skincare products, they’ll begin your transformation from mere man into refined man about mantown. After they expertly slather on a mask of lather, they’ll summarily deforest your face’s stubble jungle while a warm, wet towel moistens your dermis and holds its pore doors open. Throughout the process, your face will stay as smooth and soft as unfrozen margarine.

9635 Brighton Way
Beverly Hills,
CA
US