Celebrity makeup artist, Erica Wilson is the personal makeup artist to Yolanda Adams. She also works with celebrities such as CeCe Winans, Tamela Mann, and Kim Burrell and as the key makeup artist for BET's Sunday Best. But celebrity status doesn?t faze Erica. She treats all her clients like royalty as she beautifies them with eyelash extensions, brow shaping, and makeup applications using her own line of cosmetics, which includes mini lip glosses, mineral foundations, and powder bronzer.
Led by a medical aesthetician and a medical doctor, The MediSpa at Caraway is a one-stop shop for customers looking for head-to-toe rejuvenation. They choose from a service menu that includes slimming ultrasonic-cavitation treatments, waxing, chemical peels, and back facials. Throughout all their services, the staff relies on popular brands such as PCA Skin, Skin Fitness, and Cirepil and Plum Smooth soft and hard wax.
The crew at Starr Savvy Skincare Studio keeps bodies smooth from eyebrow to toe with a medley of waxing services. They also buff away signs of aging and uneven skintone with microdermabrasion treatments and deliver quick complexion-improving mini facials. Lash artists add glamorous extensions to lids using Evalash falsies and get clients dolled up for special occasions or witness protection with makeup applications.
Staff Size: 1 person
Most popular service: Wedding, Proms, Special Events
Brands Used: MAC, INGLOT, MakeUpForever, NYX, Ben Nye and many more...
Pro Tip: What I like is that you can play up the features you like most and play down the ones you don?t.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nia Banks and her team of trained beautifiers offer an eclectic array of appearance-boosting services. Surgical options to fulfill patients’ Christmas wishes include tummy tucks, liposuction, and rhinoplasty. For a lighter touch, nonsurgical treatments include injections of Botox—the wrinkle-fading serum that tricks muscles into thinking they are bears that must fall into deep hibernation for months.
Little did Alicia Imani know at 14 years old that her first jobs in salons and spas would inspire a passion for the beauty industry and a future career. Now at Painted Faces, the licensed cosmetologist provides makeup services including wedding-day applications for brides and their attendants and on-set applications for photo shoots. Using cosmetics from MAC, Chanel, and Lancôme, Alicia leads classes where she teaches clients how to apply makeup properly and create looks that work best with their features.