Permanent Makeup in North Bergen

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Salojona Beauty Center's founder, Ana Pena, and her team of LPG-trained technicians instill confidence in both women and men with the aid of advanced cellulite-reduction treatments. FDA-approved Endermologie sessions use automated rollers and lifting technology to encourage lymphatic drainage and stimulate collagen production, resulting in decreased dimples on the skin on hips and thighs. Salojona's team can also beautify with permanent makeup to make features pop with a natural look, and facials—including rejuvenating and light-massage varieties—come in a diverse array of packages designed to suit clients' needs. Eyelash-curling services further define the eye area, whereas brow-design waxing keeps the focus off unwanted stray hairs not yet taken down to the pound.

450 73rd St
North Bergen,
NJ
US

In addition to caring for patients' health at her clinic Le Pavillon Garries, Dr. Rosetta Garries harnesses her medical skills to transform her guests' appearance at Tiffany Elle Esthetics. At the med spa, which is housed within her medical practice, she and her staff beautify guests with a lineup of noninvasive treatments, many of which work to reshape the body, including radio frequency skin-tightening treatments and ultrasonic fat-reduction sessions. The team also helps combat the signs of aging with chemical peels and injectables such as Radiesse and Botox, and aim their laser beams to rid bodies of unwanted hair, tattoos, and unidentified orbiting objects.

Though medically-minded in its approach and effectiveness, this beauty-oriented branch of her clinic is also designed to completely immerse clients in tranquility, providing what Dr. Garries calls "the ultimate oasis in a busy metropolis." Soft music lulls guests into serenity as they're engulfed by panoramic views of the skyline, and plush leather couches comfort guests as they discuss their prospective treatments.

2544 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York,
NY
US

Sunlight filters in through Scandalous Hair Studio & Spa’s two walls of windows, illuminating the intimate boutique so that it stands out amid the other neighborhood stores. Perched on the corner, the all-purpose salon and spa greets visitors with an exposed brick wall that gives way to a row of styling stations where stylists pace around salon chairs as they plan out customized haircuts and color treatments.

Just a few yards away but a world removed from the lively bustle of the salon floor, aestheticians stationed in private treatment rooms cultivate glowing complexions with Wilma Schumann skincare products. Among the most popular spa services, aromatherapy massages melt away stress, and European facials fight signs of aging, acne, and embarrassing face-plant dives off the Eiffel Tower.

6514 Bergenline Ave
West New York,
NJ
US

More than just a permanent cosmetics studio, Care Contour is a beauty boutique where artists pour over their client's complexions to discover the most flattering hues. The studio used to be based in London before a pod of dolphins pulled it over to Manhattan, and though it's only been in business for five years, it has established itself as a leader in natural pigmentation. The aestheticians specialize in permanent makeup that looks identical to top-shelf lipstick, eye liner, or brow pencils. When they're not glamorizing faces, the team deploys their skills for reconstructive work, disguising scars or working with women after breast cancer surgery.

400 E 56th St.
New York,
NY
US

Rayna Wrighton is an artist. Specifically, she's a hair artist, a highly experienced stylist who has worked at Fashion Week, does styling for editorial shoots, and owns her own company: Rayna Hair Artistry at Roman K. Salon and Spa. There, she specializes in vibrant hair color as well as subtle color enhancements, chic cuts, and keratin treatments for men and women. She also glosses, blows-out, and relaxes strands that have trouble relaxing on their own.

11 West 25th St. Suite 2
New York,
NY
US

The staff of massage therapists and aestheticians at True Spa keeps clients’ skin smooth and muscles loose with a full menu of bodywork and beauty services. Massage therapists untie the muscle knots that have burrowed into the shoulders and back using deep-tissue techniques, and they provide all-over stress relief with gentle, flowing Swedish massage. Aestheticians use facials and body scrubs to cleanse clients’ pores and buff away dull cells. They also adhere to squeaky-clean hygienic practices during men's and women's waxes that leave nearly any part of the anatomy smoother than chocolate mousse in silk pajamas.

700 Palisadium Dr
Cliffside Park,
NJ
US