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Working out of the ultra-chic and appropriately-named Salon Vogue, Lindie Fuller plumps up lash lines with eyelash extensions. Using a sensitive, hypoallergenic adhesive, she attaches one extension at a time to the natural lashes, adding length and volume, and allowing customers to leave the house without putting on mascara or affixing tiny mustaches to each eye. In addition to lashes, Lindie also specializes in permanent makeup.

2226 Washington Boulevard
Ogden,
UT
US

The stylists at Salon Vogue tailor hair and spa services to meet each customer's aesthetic goals. As guests seated in swiveling chairs receive haircuts, color treatments, and extensions, manicurists varnish nails with Shellac and gel polishes and wick away unwanted facial hair with waxing services. The salon also specializes in perms and eyelash tinting to match your minivan’s windows.

2226 Washington Blvd
Ogden,
UT
US

Mary's esthetics main goal is to help you relax and feel better about yourself. Through the services I provide, I hope to do just that.

1150 U.S. 89
Harrisville,
UT
US

The stylists at Salon Genesis refurbish scruffy heads with a full slate of hair-beautifying services. Stylists enlist top-quality products from Aloxxi and Sexy Hair as they transform hair and mold it into replicas of Big Ben. When they're not revamping dull hair with rich hues or lopping off split ends, they soak it in soothing solutions to leave it silky and refreshed.

3064 S 1900 W
Ogden,
UT
US

Thomas Hardy is a fun and trendy salon located downtown 25th street. We offer a wide range of hair services.

248 25th St
Ogden,
UT
US

Ogden Organix - Head to Toes Salon revitalizes skin with facials that employ natural products made from vegan, organic ingredients. During the Repêchage organic facial, milk and honey masks unclog pores before massages work in seaweed-derived salves rich in vitamin C and the regenerative powers of starfish breath. The 40-minute session concludes with a second seaweed mask to refresh the face. Alternatively, specialists begin each Bioelements organic facial with a consultation, matching the correct product to unique skin specifications. Exfoliation whisks away dead skin, a massage enhances circulation and natural collagen production, and an amino mask accompanies products recommended by the aesthetician to draw out and destroy acne-causing bacteria and to soak up excess oil. The executive facial extends treatment times to 60–70 minutes, adding on an eyebrow shaping with wax enriched by natural tea-tree oils and parabola-shaped stencils. Hot paraffin hand dips hydrate cells parched by winter dryness, and aromatherapy oils open up congested sinuses.

192 25th St
Ogden,
UT
US