Maria Rondonuwu has been a licensed medical esthetician for the past 12 years and is equally adept as a makeup artist and a hairstylist. She applies makeup and styles updos for special occasions such as weddings and photo shoots, and she also teaches clients how to expertly apply makeup themselves, including eyeliner, lipstick, and game-day face paint. In addition to her make-up and hair services, Maria offers a variety of spa treatments as well. A variety of facials, including microdermabrasions, microcurrent facials, and chemical peels work to eliminate dead skin and improve skin tone, while waxing services remove unwanted hair.
At the Tanning Spa, staff members harness King Midas?s gilded touch with custom airbrushing, Mystic spray tans, and a slew of UV beds. Sessions take place in private treatment rooms, fully stocked with chilled or heated aromatherapy towels, bathrobes, and Bose speakers for blasting favorite tunes or bingo calls. The spa?s automated Mystic booth spritzes bodies with a skin-dimming blend of aloe vera, DHA, and optional bronzer, or custom hues come courtesy of trained airbrush techs and Infinity Sun formula. For UV veneers, a diverse collection of tanning beds, including the Magic 636, swaddles upright or prone clients in bulbs culled from the sun's tulip fields.
EO Tan's technicians?or Tantresses, as the company calls them?bring a lot of flexibility to their work. Wielding high-volume, low-pressure air brushes, they can apply tans just about anywhere, whether stopping by someone's home or beating the sun to the punch at the beach. They also work out of various salon locations, where they cater to customers who prefer a more spa-like experience. They use a proprietary formula also called Tantress to bronze skin, specifically formulated to avoid producing the orange tint caused by some sunless tanning formulas.
Lookfine Threading and Beauty Salon's Upland beauty professionals vanquish blemishes with contemporary techniques, including electrical microcurrent treatments and diamond-tip microdermabrasion, as well as a passion for threading, the ancient art of sculpting eyebrows into shapely arches with a cotton strand. Meanwhile, the graceful curlicues and camouflaged exam answers characteristic of henna tattoos temporarily infuse complexions with a fresh aesthetic.
The aesthetic professionals at House of Beauty beautify bodies through threading, waxing, facials, henna designs, and a passel of other services. Threading, a House of Beauty specialty, uses the tension between two coiled strings to deftly extract unwanted hair, including the extra-fine strands that dodge waxing with eel-like reflexes—nimble aestheticians can reshape eyebrows ($8), a favorite thread-target, in five to seven minutes. Spa treatments such as the one-hour European facial ($50) can pamper peaked visages, and painted henna tattoos ($5+) shimmy up hands and feet to be-filigree appendages and add glamour to rock, paper, scissors tournaments. All locations except the Moreno Valley Mall and Temecula Mall locations cut and color hair, a useful service for pretending to be one's own evil twin.
Dr. Ben Childers heads a team of expert aestheticians as they smooth skin and oust impurities with minimally invasive HydraFacial treatments. During the treatment, a gentle HydraFacial machine sweeps across the skin's surface, purging pores of oil and cheek gophers. Melding microdermabrasion and hydration, the treatment extracts impurities and adds moisture to the skin before fortifying facades with an antioxidant treatment. Visages emerge revitalized, with potential benefits including diminished fine lines and improvement in the appearance of skin conditions such as acne and hyperpigmentation. For optimal results, Sheer Beauty recommends undergoing the HydraFacial three to six times at six-week intervals and not coating your face in pollen and sticking your head in a beehive.