Deals in Belmont Shore

One or Two 60-Minute Custom Facials at Skincare by Koleen Personal Spa (Up to 57% Off)

Skincare by Koleen Personal Spa

Belmont Shore

$80 $39

Licensed aesthetician rejuvenates faces with facials that are customizable to meet clients' needs

Two or Three Microdermabrasion Treatments with Mini Facials at XOXO Wax and Spa (Up to 63% Off)

XOXO Wax and Spa

Naples Plaza

$360 $149

Crystal-free microdermabrasion and facials smooth and revitalize the face, neck, and chest with gentle exfoliation and custom skin remedies

Massage with Stones, Aromatherapy, and Reflexology at Dee Dee Thai Spa (53% Off)

Dee Dee Thai Spa

Belmont Shore

$125 $59

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Soothing combo massage is complemented by aromatherapy, hot stones, and reflexology

Haircut and Style with Optional Partial or Full Highlights with Carlie at 2nd Street Beauty Salon (Up to 50% Off)

Carlie at 2nd Street Beauty Salon

Long Beach

$55 $29

Hairstylist Carlie gilds tresses with highlights and reshapes 'dos with a cut and style

Women’s Cut with Conditioning Treatment, Color, or Highlight and Color at Hairstyles by Yvonne (Up to Half Off)

Hairstyles by Yvonne

Belmont Shore

$150 $75

Stylist with 15+ years experience transforms manes with highlights, color, or conditioning treatment before trimming and styling stands

Haircut, Deep-Conditioning Treatment, and Optional Highlights at Nikki Marie Hair & Makeup (Up to 55% Off)

Nikki Marie Hair & Makeup

D'Aversa Salon

$65 $29

Skilled stylist snips away split ends, hydrates damaged strands, and accents with multidimensional highlights

Haircut with Deep-Conditioning Treatment, Full Color, or Partial Highlights at J12 Hair and Make-up (Up to 52% Off)

J12 Hair and Make-up

Long Beach

$60 $30

Classic and trendy looks from a stylist and color specialist

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Michael's on Naples

Though Michael’s on Naples serves authentic Italian dishes, the team doesn’t rely on imported ingredients. Instead, they makes their own pastas, sausage, and mozzarella each day, and pick herbs and seasonal veggies from the rooftop garden. This home-grown approach is a no-brainer considering the owner's background: before entering the restaurant business, Michael Dene used to bottle his own sauces to give as gifts to his New York neighbors. Inside the kitchen, chef David Coleman brings the menu to life using local and organic components whenever possible. As such, many dishes change with the season, but offerings typically include delicacies such as whole-grilled Mediterranean sea bass with artichokes, and oxtail-stuffed pasta with brown butter and breadcrumbs. Conversely, the wine list focuses primarily on Italian varietals. Should the 16-page collection prove dizzying, undecided patrons can find a perfect wine by completing a brief magazine quiz or by asking General Manager––and wine expert––Massimo Aronne for a recommendation.

5620 E 2nd St
Long Beach,
CA
US

In the midst of rustic woods, there sits a three-story building. Upon opening its front door, visitors unleash a gentle wave of aromatherapy scents and warm air. They step inside, where therapists lead them past wood accents and into private treatment rooms. World of Serenity’s spa atmosphere recalls the calm of the surrounding wilderness, and inside its walls, therapists adopt a holistic approach; they educate guests in wellness basics, such as why humans don’t eat sand, and perform a range of customized spa services. They soften faces, deep-cleanse pores, and slough of dead cells during customized facials; sometimes scouring or soothing the skin with an additional enzyme deep cleanse, warm stones, or anti-aging collagen. They also ease muscle tension with six massage modalities such as deep tissue, warm stone, and reflexology; and scrub clients from head to toe using salt and sugar rubs, and wraps made from natural dead sea mud or Paradisius—a blend of ground fruit and flower extracts.

5614 E 2nd St
Long Beach,
CA
US

From within The Body Spa and Salon, stylist Carrie channels her 12 years of experience when transforming hair with creative cuts and color. The INOA-certified stylist received training from Aveda Institute and Toni and Guy, and keeps up to date with the latest trends.

5614 E 2nd St.
Long Beach,
California
US

A good portrait photographer looks through the lens not with their own eyes, but with their client's. The shutterbugs at Caught in the Moment Photography pride themselves on this ability, switching easily from a magazine-friendly commercial style to more journalistic-style portraits for shoots with families or kids. They also put together carefully-orchestrated studio shots that are ideal for maternity, newborn, and boudoir shoots that require a little privacy and staging.

Examples of their work can be found on many magazine covers, such as Women & Industry, Orange Magazine, and In Home. Their wedding shots exemplify the other end of the spectrum, with a combination of candidly caught smiles, cleverly staged group shots, and stunning pictures of the venue itself wearing a bridesmaid's dress.

5608 E 2nd St
Long Beach,
CA
US

One way to get an exceptionally close look at picturesque Alamitos Bay is to ride atop its churning surf on one of Long Beach Hydrobikes's stable, pedal-powered water cycles. The company ensures that renters catch the bay's most noteworthy sights, providing them with a map detailing the location of a bird sanctuary as well as a cove where jellyfish delicately billow in certain months. Avid pedalers generally cruise at speeds of up to 7 miles per hour, exercising bodies with a workout that takes advantage of water resistance to jettison excess calories out to sea. As there is virtually no risk of capsizing, riders may wear anything from a bathing suit to a water-soluble prom dress. The hydrobikes come equipped with storage compartments, drink holders, and a wealth of extra space to invite pets along for the ride, free of charge.

5542 E 2nd St
Long Beach,
CA
US

As a teenager, Koleen Budney dolled up all her girlfriends for school dances, applying makeup and flirty eyelash extensions. Her passion for beauty led her to pursue a career in the fashion-marketing industry, where she worked in sales for about six years. After realizing that she'd gone astray from what originally sparked her interest in beauty—actually working on people—Koleen decided to become an aesthetician. With a license in hand and a mortarboard glued to her head, she kick-started her new career by giving her inaugural client a series of resurfacing peels. The peels were a success—they resolved the client's hyperpigmentation and affirmed Koleen's expertise. Today, Koleen works out of a personal spa, where she beautifies her clients with an assortment of services, including custom facials, waxing, spray tanning, and—of course—makeup applications.

5520 East 2nd Street
Long Beach,
CA
US

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