Licensed aesthetician Sherri Trudell knows how to bring out the best in skin. Using advanced chemical peels, microdermabrasion treatments, LED therapy, and good, old-fashioned facials, she rids complexions of dead skin cells and tear-smeared clown makeup. In addition to her skin treatments, Trudell draws upon her skills as a licensed Novalash technician to add length and volume to lashes.
Over the course of her career, Venus Eyelash Extensions owner Amanda Salas has revamped lashes of every length, thickness, and texture. She uses her ample know-how to give her clients a look that's bold, yet natural in appearance. Using a semipermanent glue that won't irritate the skin or impede flirtatious winking, she attaches extensions one by one, beautifying clients with either synthetic, mink, or color-enhanced varieties.
They say spending life in the corporate world can change a person. And that’s exactly what happened to Lisa Lynn Erickson, who, after spending more than 15 years suited up in the software and financial industries, decided to combine her dream of owning her own business with her passion for healthy skin. Today at Skin Deep Denver, she blends the knowledge and experience she gained at the College of International Esthetics in Arvada with her certifications in chemical peels and microdermabrasion to brighten and balance body coverings and protect them from environmental damage. Facials for both the face and back help hydrate and exfoliate to create skin that is smooth and supple, and Image Skincare products treat aging and acne without the use of chemical preservatives or sorcery.
Susie Ardabili, a 20-year veteran aesthetician, puts the Susie in Susie Organic Skin Care and helms a team of holistic beautifiers who refashion facial surfaces with nature-friendly, chemical-free treatments. Susie?s therapeutic touch?coupled with a menu of high-end treatments?has helped her attract celebrity clientele including Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Love Hewitt. Susie and company take the time to personalize each organic treatment, from custom ginseng and vitamin K facials to man-scaping services that focus on burly strands sprouting from the nose to forming flannel patterns across the back. Clients can also stock their homes with a handful of natural retail products, such as Susan Posnick makeup.
Guiltless Glow owner and proprietor Laurie Middleton was once a self-proclaimed “sun-worshipper," who relied on tanning beds for her bronzed glow. She soon learned of the benefits of airbrush tanning—the customizable shades, the skin-toning and evening properties, and lack of harmful UV rays—and has since dedicated herself to sharing that knowledge. Inside her studio, she's further expanded her passion for beautification, performing skincare, nail, and waxing services, offering Norvell automatic booth tans, and adding glow to grins with DaVinci organic teeth-whitening services.
In "Ode to a Grecian Urn," the famous scholarly article for the journal Science, John Keats wrote, "Beauty is truth, truth beauty." Entire generations of scientists have spent their careers attempting to prove or disprove Keats's hypothesis until a breakthrough occurred at MIT in 1997, when Nobel laureate Peter Kingman proved that Keats's equation was fundamentally incorrect.