The Lash Lounge's highly trained technicians deftly apply extensions to natural lashes in a relaxing, chic setting. Extensions emphasize pretty peepers with synthetic, hypoallergenic fibers and medical-grade glue, sending mascara wands and eyelash curlers into early retirement. Lashes may last up to two months, and refills of fallen lashes are suggested every two to four weeks. While awaiting peeper-framing sessions, patrons can browse The Lash Lounge?s mini boutique, which is stocked with contemporary women's apparel and an exclusive cosmetics line that offers a shade of lipstick to complement any alter ego.
Shelsea Sanchez, an IFBB Bikini Pro contestant and licensed cosmetologist, has always had a soft spot for makeup. After years of adorning her eyelashes with mascara, however, she discovered an easier way to extend her lashes without having to slather on gobs of product or roll them in miniscule curlers. Shelsea now helps other women cut down their morning mascara ritual by affixing individual eyelashes to peepers one at a time. In addition to eyelash extensions, Shelsea also prettifies faces with hair-removal waxing and makeup lessons.
Gold Permanent Makeup's certified permanent-makeup artists spend a lot of time looking at their clients' skin—they want to make sure they select the perfect makeup shade to complement skin tone and facial features. It's only after this consultation process that they apply permanent makeup to the lips, eyes, eyebrows, or another area. They use of topical anesthetics to ensure the customer has as pain free an experience as possible. They can also use similar methods to hide scars.
Goldwell, Renokin, and formaldehyde-free CHI products help Nicki—a hair-industry veteran with 30 years of experience—keep locks in tip-top shape. She uses the products when coloring hair, smoothing away frizz, or adding volume to limp strands. The multitalented stylist also cleans up countenances with facials and makeup applications. Bowls of warm wax, 100% cotton threads, and flypaper serve as means to remove unwanted hair on the face and body.
During medical school, Dr. Jason Riehs was primarily focused on internal medicine and pediatrics. But during his residency, he became fascinated with the success that doctors were seeing with using lasers to treat severe acne. Dr. Riehs was inspired to help his own patients achieve a fresher, more youthful appearance through laser treatments and other skincare technology. So he opened Le Beau Visage Medical Spa, which focuses entirely on noninvasive cosmetic treatments.
Dr. Riehs and his staff of medical aestheticians perform everything from acne-fighting Fraxel laser treatments to spider-vein-fading sclerotherapy treatments to hair-removing laser treatments. Dr. Riehs is particularly adept at smoothing wrinkles and plumping up skin with dermal fillers?he's currently an advanced injectables trainer who teaches others physicians and nurses how to properly inject Restylane and Perlane.
At Salon Z, hair and beauty experts pamper clients' locks as well as their skin. Arming themselves with products from Aquage and MoroccanOil, they reshape and tone male and female tresses with expert cuts, professional color treatments, and foil highlights. When they're not protecting their clients from bad hair weeks, they are permanently enhancing peepers and pouts with permanent makeup.