Licensed aesthetician Katy Brassfield uses all of the resources at her disposal to make sure each client achieves the paramount level of pampering. She approaches each service armed with more than 12 years of experience while beautifying her clients? skin with facials, peels, and other skincare services. Her treatment rooms are warmed with brown and gold tones, and her complimentary mugs of steaming tea allow clients to slip into a state of inner peace even as they wait. During skincare and waxing sessions, she turns the dial up on a table warmer to keeps clients as toasty and cozy as a kitten napping on the belly of a napping labrador.
Inside A Beautiful New You, owner Alicia Nagyhazi helps clients to tend to their largest organ with myriad skincare services that include waxing, facials, and microdermabrasion. Nagyhazi boasts a certificate in microdermabrasion and is considered a speed waxer, smoothing skin in quick sessions using Tu’eL cleanser and oil and Berins hard wax and Miracle oil, which is only known to have performed one type of miracle.
The staff at Alexandra's European Skin Care Spa keeps its aesthetic armory stocked with technology ready to aid in beautifying missions. The Formostar infrared body wraps help patients break down fat cells without undressing, and the two wands connected to the Beautiful Image Model 900 send zaps of microcurrents at facial wrinkles, unwanted body flab, and underperforming orchestras. A selection of diamond or crystal tips pair with the spa?s FDA-approved microdermabrasion system to fend off blotches and blemishes, and treatments, such as the oxygen facial, target complexions with high-pressure gusts of oxygen and mists of nutrient-rich serum that opens pores and revitalizes surfaces. The spa also schedules traditional treatments, including massage, waxing, and Bronze Biologic spray-tanning sessions. By stocking up on products from Image Skincare and Circadia by Dr. Pugliese, they can augment each of their treatments and never have to answer the sphinx that guards each drugstore's beauty aisle.
While studying cosmetology at Paul Mitchell the School, Tiffani Kowalski learned the ins and outs of epidermal healing. More than five years later, the certified aesthetician demonstrates those skills inside a private treatment room with soft green walls and burnished wood floors. Here, Tiffani invites clients to slip beneath a blanket as she exfoliates, brightens, and softens complexions with mango- and pumpkin-infused chemical peels and facials. She also applies waterproof eyelash extensions, which come in a variety of lengths and thicknesses, to define eye lines and uses Jane Iredale cosmetics to create a range of looks, from dramatic evening peepers to natural, flushed cheeks.
While earning her degree in Business Entrepreneurship, Alicia Moore's dedication to skincare earned her the nickname "Beauty Sensai." So she formalized the moniker when she opened her business, and today, beautifies clients with the effortless professionalism of a veteran aesthetician. Specializing in hair removal, Alicia offers basic waxing as well as natural sugaring and threading, which allows her the precision needed to finely sculpt eyebrows into perfect arches or smiling caterpillars. Other beautifying services include skin-rejuvenating LED treatments and professional makeup application.
It looks so simple: a length of twisted cotton glides across the face, grazing the upper lip, eyebrows, and hairline. This is threading, an ancient hair-removal art with roots in India and the Middle East. Masters of this art, M&M Thread Salon’s staff members quickly ensnare bristles in their threads, creating lines as sharp and clean as the battle ax that chops soap into bar form. The treatment is particularly beneficial for people with sensitive skin, as it uproots hair without chemicals or harmful products. The salon also performs waxing and facials.