Armed with products from MAC, Smashbox, and Bobbi Brown, licensed aesthetician Alexandria adds glamor to faces. She customizes makeup applications to clients? needs, providing light sweeps for a natural look or affixing faux lashes and rhinestones for eye-catching drama. Alexandria also paints digits with long-lasting Gelish polish, and keeps skin up to par with cleansing facials.
The Skin Center of North Carolina provides the guidance and steady-hand precision of medical professionals in treating the body's pore-patches and freckle-farms. The oxygen facial (a $99 value) rejuvenates jilted skin with a smorgasbord of oxygenating treatments, starting with an automated misting machine that sprays the skin with atomized moisturizers sailing atop a trade wind of pressurized oxygen. An aesthetician blends the oxygen-rich mist to target your specific skin need, whether it be anti-aging, moisture retention, acne axing, or inflammation inhibition. Epidermal fireflies will be ignited, adding a healthy glow to your skin.
Doctors Stan Michalski, Richard Yeager, and Tom Pinnavaia make up a triad of dental health at My Dentists. Though the doctors come from different backgrounds, they all share a complete passion and love for dentistry. At My Dentists, they lead a team of hygienists and assistants in performing general and cosmetic dentistry. In addition to general dentistry services such as fillings, crowns, implants, and routine cleanings, the dentists perform cosmetic services, beautifying smiles through Invisalign and Zoom! whitening.
AWOL The Benefit is a first annual, Spring Music Festival on April 30, 2011 in Charlotte, NC at Symphony park. We are hosting 8 bands, with DJs between sets. The event is unlike any other in that we allow patrons to BYOB. Free shuttle services are also provided so people can enjoy responsibly!
In their daily quest to promote dental health, Dr. James E. Lemmons and his staff adhere to strict safety standards from OSHA, the ADA, and the CDC when performing general, restorative, or cosmetic treatments. Dr. Lemmons is a strong proponent of preventive care and patient education. Not content to merely treat dental issues after the fact, he strives to head off tooth decay with thorough examinations, routine cleanings, and by not condoning the use of licorice ropes for flossing.