How does one start a skincare business with no equipment, products, or money? Kim Evans found herself in that predicament when she started her business immediately after passing the state boards. With nothing but faith and a strong work ethic, she began tending to her clients' skin needs inside a rented room of a small spa. She worked 80 hours per week and became a licensed massage therapist to expand her business into what it is today: a wellness spa that enhances the beauty and health of skin and body through spa services and massage. Inside 2Gorjis Integrated Health & Wellness, three private treatment rooms house clients as two skin therapists cleanse surfaces during custom facials, or wrap bodies in aromatherapy herbal linens. The staff members bolster natural features with eyelash extensions, meticulous body waxing, and makeup artistry that includes exclamation points drawn next to eyebrows.
Make An Impression forewoman Stacy Lawrence draws upon a photographic, entertainment, and floral-based background—including more than 20 years of New Jersey party-planning experience—to help create attractive invitations and memorable party arrangements. Dazzle a neglected rolodex with holiday cards or wedding announcements styled with hand-written calligraphy or robot-scribed caligra-binary. If you plan on showering your baby, send out cute, personalized invitations, and gussy up the party with fun favors, such as crystal pacifiers and baby-bottle candles. Make an Impression can help create a family photo montage for a reunion or even draft a speech for an anniversary. If you live farther away or have a fear of traffic cones, feel free to shop online or over the phone.
A yawn, a smile, a flinch of the arm—before a baby is even born, he or she has begun communicating. Baby's Premiere 3D/4D Ultrasound Studio gives families and parents-to-be a live look-in at these mini milestone moments, all without installing a window on the mother's belly. A certified sonographer with 15 years of experience built Baby's Premiere to be a place for bonding. Relatives do just that by watching their newest addition to the family on a 46-inch flat-screen TV, and reliving the experience time and again with videos, photos, and other keepsakes.