Melissa Nieli knows how to keep skin healthy, smooth, and bright. Inside Innovations in Color, she removes dirt and oil from pores with cleansing facials, and she complements facials with exfoliating microdermabrasion treatments, which reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Melissa also waxes away unwanted hair from the brows, chin, and bikini line.
The licensed aesthetician behind Flawless Skin Boutique uses Dermalogica, PCA, and Cosmoderm products to help clients’ skin look its best. Her skill base includes chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments on the face, and waxing and laser hair-removal treatments. She also festoons clients’ faces with makeup looks for daytime, evening, and sleeping time.
At JKFlashy Beauty Bar, Jill K. helms a team of makeup artists who specialize in long-wear makeup for events or photo shoots and on-site luxury services; their work has been featured in several publications, including Westchester Weddings. They use long-wear airbrush makeup and waterproof eyelash extensions to create flawless looks that last all day, and even provide hourly touchups for clients. JKFlashy Beauty Bar also offers airbrush tanning and an advanced makeup course accredited through the New York School of Esthetics. Jill K. herself teaches the course, held at the New York School of Esthetics in Tarrytown NY, which covers airbrush foundation application, eyelash extensions, and the best concealer for disguising a second nose.
After gliding over glistening wooden floors supporting chic, modern fixtures, licensed aesthetician Najia Rohlf and her team greet guests in need of custom skin revitalization. In the first phase of the 60-minute European facial, a staff member cleanses pores and dusts off skin detritus. Extraction follows exfoliation, and then the aesthetician sheathes skin with a mask designed to ward off cheek-pinching aunts. Finally, a moisturizer restores suppleness and vanishes croissant flakes holding on since breakfast. Following treatments, clients can admire their newly radiant visages in nearby storefront windows and crossing guards' suits of armor.