Eyelashes are one of Tiffany Baustert's specialties. The licensed aesthetician painstakingly applies NovaLash eyelash extensions to help women looking to fill out depleted lash lines, cut down on their morning makeup routines, or walk down the aisle without their tears of joy sending streaks of mascara down their cheeks. It's all part of what Baustert sees as her primary mission as an aesthetician: to make women feel better about themselves.
To the same end, Baustert offers several services designed to address blemishes. Microdermabrasion and chemical peels can lessen scarring and damage left by acne and other skin woes, and Baustert's newly mastered microneedling technique promotes the body's natural collagen production. Baustert has spent much of her life in and around the beauty industry and is proud of the clinical precision and clear, medical-grade results her work can achieve.
At BryanLGH LifePointe, cutting-edge technology and holistic healing go hand-in-hand in a quest to make each client feel healthy, rejuvenated, and confident in their appearance. A skincare expert and certified physician for 14 years, Dr. Julie Waddell oversees the medical spa, where nonsurgical and minimally invasive services such as dermal fillers and Fraxel laser treatments help correct acne and premature aging. Dr. Waddell and her aestheticians also offer a free VISIA complexion analysis, which uses multispectral imaging to create a printed report that details your skin's defining characteristics, including its texture, tone, and level of sun damage compared to other faces in your age group. Those looking for a softer approach to aesthetic upkeep can shed dulling skin with body scrubs made from Hawaiian brown sugar or sea salts infused with lavender essential oil. Massage therapists employ smooth, heated basalt stones or aromatherapy heat-packs to melt aches from muscles, or enjoy as stress surrenders itself in the soothing waters of whirlpools and saunas, peacefully tucked away inside the main locker rooms.
Along with graduating at the top of his class at Chadron State College and earning his MD from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Dr. Justin Misko delved into aesthetic medicine through a specialized training program. At JMisko Surgical Design MD, he now leads a team of registered nurses, a medical aesthetician, and a licensed massage therapist. For skin surfaces, spa services evacuate impurities with body scrubs, UV-free tanning, and facial treatments. A health, wellness and weight-loss sector approaches holistic physical needs with hormone-replacement therapy, cleanses, and nutritional therapy. To round out their medically minded repertoire, the physician supervised staffers can inject B12 to support weight-loss regimes, liquid-lift fillers to obscure wrinkles, or flesh-colored wite-out to redact stray marks from a permanent marker.
Though she spends her days treating bods as the principle behind Natural Esthetics, Kelli Wolthuis didn't always run in the world of spas and salons. She began her career as a registered nurse, learning the ins and outs of medicine during a stint with a cosmetic surgeon. As she worked, she realized that this blend of clinical know-how and concern for beauty had the potential to changes clients' lives. She quickly procured her aesthetician's license and began practicing her own brand of beautification. Ranging from organic facials to chemical peels and microdermabrasion, her skincare services include treatments designed to both bolster and correct. She also performs regular bodily maintenance, coating nails in long-lasting shellac polish and nixing errant fuzz with hair removal sessions.
The staff at Skin FX maintains an extensive menu of skincare, body-care, and cosmetic services to give its clients alternatives to expensive pills and invasive procedures. Signature facials and back treatments are customizable so that aestheticians can determine the most suitable products for each client, and chemical peels and microdermabrasions uncover more youthful layers of skin. To accessorize their clients? glowing skin, staffers can also apply eyelash extensions and organic spray tan.
When it comes to hair, Amy Marie Koepke has one goal: to help her clients feel like themselves. To that end, she cuts and colors hair to create styles that flatter facial features and complement skin tones. That’s not to say that Amy can only create natural looks—she has also been known to dramatize locks with streaks of violet and intricate updos. To complete an editorial-caliber look, she applies a Temptu Pro airbrush foundation and Young Blood mineral cosmetics before sending her clients off with a complimentary paparazzo.