The makeup artists and aestheticians at Que Bonita help clients look their best with a wide range of cosmetic products and skincare services. The boutique's shelves are stocked with powders and potions from Jane Iredale, Japonesque, and Butter London, and it is with these products that the staff performs makeovers and makeup lessons in time for weddings and other gala events. Facials and chemical peels rejuvenate dull complexions, and waxing treatments whisk unwanted hair from legs and bikini zones.
Liz Gingerich helms a styling chair at Goddess Hair Designs, where she puts her cosmetologist’s degree to good use with hair, nail, and skin care treatments. The stylist deftly cuts and styles hair, adding highlights and chemical treatments such as keratin smoothing treatments, as well as spa manicures and pedicures and facial waxing services.
Emmalouise?s cosmetology skills are extensive and include natural-looking hair extensions, elegant updos, and trendy cuts. At Salon Louise, she also corrects DIY color disasters with all-over hues and highlights. In addition to hair services, she pampers hands with manicures, which end with coats of brightly colored polish and optional artistic designs, such as polka dots and stripes.
The beauty industry has changed since Sara's at the Promenade opened over 20 years ago, but Sara's focus on pampering clients with innovative aesthetic and therapeutic treatments has stayed the same. These stylists and aestheticians continue to learn new, cutting-edge treatments and techniques by regularly attending classes or stealing pages from Vidal Sassoon’s diary.
Tony Gambino bought his first camera, an all-manual model from the ‘70s, more than a decade ago. In the intervening years, he has studied under award-winning wedding photographer David Lynch and has documented his travels across Japan's, Europe's, and Australia's beaches. Today, Gambino specializes in portraiture and wedding photography, with an emphasis on shoots that bend natural light to broadcast a bride's radiance, make eyes twinkle with delight, or convey a sunset's rich flavors.
Sometimes, the best things come in small packages. That?s the case with the hair-thin needles Lisabeth Detwiler uses to help her patients find relief from head-to-toe ailments. With information gathered during an initial consultation, she tailors each treatment plan to address each client's unique concerns, whether it's chronic pain, allergies, digestive issues, insomnia, or math. She works within the soothing confines of Gambei Wellness Spa, which features Buddha statues and a koi pond.