As a licensed aesthetician and makeup artist, Elizabeth St. John-Hall has what it takes to make skin shine. When working with clients, she typically takes a holistic approach to revamping their skin, administering the treatments and showing them the beneficial nutrition and lifestyle changes that will help them achieve their desired looks. To that end, all of her facials, peels, and body treatments can be tailored to meet specific skincare needs. Her makeup applications complete the picture.
At Eyetopia Spa, Larevemos ?Lady? Patterson and her team free women from time-consuming makeup routines by applying mink or silk eyelash extensions in a variety of styles and colors. The individual extensions adhere to lashes with a soft-drying adhesive to create one of three natural effects: mascara, dramatic, or extreme, using 45 lashes per eye. Once customers have donned lashes of their preferred material, length, curl, and fullness (some extensions measure up to a quarter millimeter in diameter), they maintain their style with fill-ins, which Lady recommends receiving every three to four weeks, unless you have reason to believe the world will be ending at dawn anyway. She'll also be donating a portion of her proceeds from her Groupon to The American Breast Cancer Society.
Elaine Sterling Institute creates the best of both worlds by granting aesthetics students real-world experience while giving patrons professional-grade beauty treatments at a fraction of the cost. While working through their 1,000-hour aesthetician program, students put their classroom studies to the test by performing facials, waxing, and body treatments on everyday clients under the guidance of an experienced aesthetician. They also go beyond standard spa services to apply body wraps that help slim torsos and soften skin with a combination of nutrient-packed serums and enriched wraps, and they perform lash- and brow-tinting services that enrich strands left dull from walking onto black-and-white movie sets.
It's okay if you walk into Simply Elegant Salon with little idea of what you want in a hairstyle?the stylists can find a look to complement nearly any hair type or face shape. These experts work closely with clients, taking time to learn about lifestyles and past hairdos, including ones that were good, bad, or misunderstood. Then, the stylist and client decide on a new look. Hair makeovers might incorporate simple cuts, smoothing keratin treatments, or vibrant highlights. Or perhaps the staff will install hair extensions for some extra length. Regardless of the chosen look, the stylists use up-to-date techniques gleaned during ongoing training.