Permanent Makeup in Lanham


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  • Marché
    Falling asleep at the spa might be inconvenient during a mani-pedi, but at Marché, it's a normal side-effect of their eyelash extensions. Technicians apply the extensions as part of a natural, full, or extra-full set, lending lashes a more glamorous look for up to two months (with regular touch-ups). The staff's beauty services also include brow waxes, brow tinting, and airbrush makeup applications.
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    8955 Edmonston Road
    Greenbelt, MD US
  • Forever Young MedSpa DC
    The talented therapists and aestheticians at Forever Young MedSpa peacefully negotiate between clients and their troubled exteriors. Aggravated muscles can submit to the classic Swedish massage to alleviate aches and tame tension. During 60 minutes of body kneading, mitten-fillers frolic about backs while targeting specific sore spots with smooth, gliding strokes and massage lotions. With a 60-minute stress-relieving facial, clients can transport faces to a place as still and calm as a British Royal guard after a glass of warm milk. A thorough cleansing rids skin surfaces of dirt and toxins before a custom mask smooths over complexions and territory disputes between pores and their surrounding skin. A facial, hand, and shoulder massage, along with finishing skin products, provide a kindly coda to the relaxing treatment.
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    12200 Annapolis Road
    Glenn Dale, MD US
  • Coifs Salon
    Joii King, the owner of Coifs Salon, was once just a typical 10-year old girl who loved to braid and style her friends' hair?but she's come a long way since then. Today, her clientele list includes major recording artists such as members of the Sisters In The Spirit Tour, and personalities on the Oxygen Network. A self-proclaimed "natural hair care guru" and master colorist?who also holds certifications from Wella Creative Hair Color, Aveda, Paul Mitchell, and Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy?Joii stays at the cutting edge of contemporary hair design, and makes certain her staff does too. As such, the team at Coifs can capably tackle treatments ranging from rod sets and two strand twists, to moisturizing steam treatments, relaxers, and full weaves. But above all, the team strives to educate their clients on ways to keep their hair healthy, and teach them how to replicate their desired look at home.
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    2127 Rhode Island Avenue Northeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Salon Roi
    A salon might not seem like a typical destination for a tour bus. Nevertheless, the Old Towne Trolley makes a stop at Salon Roi, where a well-known mural of Marilyn Monroe decorates the upper levels of the restored, four-story historic townhouse. Created by the artist John Bailey in 1980 for Mr. Roi Barnard’s 40th birthday, the Marilyn Monroe mural has since become an unexpected Washington landmark, and has been reproduced on postcards, T-shirts, calendars, and vice president Biden’s favorite jean jacket. More Marilyn memorabilia decorates the rest of the unisex salon and spa, where expert stylists pamper guests with haircare, facials, massages, and other spa services.
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    2602 Connecticut Ave. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Radiance Medspa DC
    Advanced clinical treatments meet spa-like comfort at Radiance Medspa DC. Here, a team of medical doctors and registered nurses tend to clients' every aesthetic or relaxing need. The professionals focus on nonsurgical cosmetic procedures, addressing signs of aging with Botox and IPL photofacials, and fine-tuning bodies with contouring and skin-tightening sessions. They determine treatment plans using the Visia Digital Skin Analysis system, which helps them assess whether a client might benefit from a medical-grade facial peel.
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    1608 20th St
    Washington, DC US
  • Ury & Associates
    Hairstylists tend to be great conversationalists, but it’s not often that their gift of gab elicits a job offer from a US senator. Salon owner and stylist Ury Emsellem’s knowledge impressed the client so much, the senator brought former Israeli soldier Ury on as a consultant during Israel-PLO peace-treaty negotiations. The vote of confidence isn’t surprising—Ury came to the United States to study international law but instead followed his dreams of becoming a hairstylist. Eventually he became the trusted coiffeur of Washington Post icon Katharine Graham, and over the decades he has seen his praises published in Vogue, InStyle, and Harper’s Bazaar. Though his salon hosts its fair share of history-makers, Ury and his team keep pace with modern styling trends. They administer both Japanese and Brazilian straightening treatments and perform creative coloring techniques such as balayage. The Washingtonian also highlighted their color services, saying, “loyal clients, particularly blondes, rave about the natural looking color.” According to the magazine, the salon’s loyal clients include writers Sally Quinn and Jan Pottker, the latter of whom used the publication to swear her allegiance to Semra, the salon’s famed waxing specialist.
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    3109 M St. NW
    Washington, DC US
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