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.
The staff at Glow Skin, Lash and Spray Tan Boutique deliver services that help bestow each client with a youthful glow. Technicians remove dead skin and smooth over fine lines with corrective facial and body peels, and wax away hair from brows, bikinis, backs, and everywhere in-between, using a numbing spray to ensure client comfort. Spray-tans, teeth whitening, and lash extensions round out the roster of beautifying services.
At Bella Wax Spa, beauty specialists toil to keep their clients beautiful with cosmetic treatments that range from waxing and facials to skin and hair treatments. Using products from brands such as Neutrogena, they can purify faces by removing makeup and soothing skin with microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and rejuvenating facials. Additionally, the spa?s hair professionals specialize in extensions of all colors and styles, as well as updos for special occasions.
The talented staff at Lash Out Loud ramps up eye appeal with natural-looking lash extensions. The process is simple, but meticulous. A certified lash technician utilizes medical-grade adhesive to attach semipermanent extensions to each of the individual's natural lashes. As a result, clients enjoy roughly three weeks of lash volume without the mess of mascara. Lashes may be customized by length, as well as thickness.
Aesthetician Janette uses a handful of products to refurbish faces. The Skin Script natural skincare line aids in exfoliating dead skin cells, dirt, and leftover glitter from ’80s Day at work. And PCA chemical peels resurface skin with issues such as hyperpigmentation and acne.
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.