During a 36-year career in aesthetics, Diva Lashes' Patricia has developed an affinity for beauty techniques that require absolute precision. Patricia is board-certified in micro pigmentation, or the art of permanent makeup, and relies upon a digital tattoo machine to quickly and accurately render the texture of eyebrow hair or line an eye with minimal discomfort. Many styles of eyelash extensions similarly reflect her enjoyment of meticulous handwork, as each tendril must be adhered one-by-one in order for it to blend in with the natural lash line and hang on for up to three months without the encouragement of a kitten simultaneously dangling from the follicles. Over the past two decades, Patricia has honed her ability for evaluating her client's skin, and now creates custom refresher courses with SkinCeuticals products, vitamin C serums, and facial peels. She shares her decades of expertise and passion for beauty through the American Cancer Society's Look Good?Feel Better program, which connects oncology patients with aestheticians.
Dr. Sajadi, owner and director of Bonus Image Aesthetics, smoothes complexions with carefully administered injections of FDA-approved Botox. With the 20 units of Botox, patients can temporarily free their brows of glabellar lines formed from repetitive frowning and aggressive eyelid clapping. Once Dr. Sajadi infuses foreheads with the prescription medicine, the solution actively blocks nerve impulses to decrease the activity of wrinkle-forming muscles. Frown lines may continue fading away for up to a month after the 30-minute procedure, producing a smoother countenance that can provide patients with up to four months of unquestioned food-ordering from the kids' menu.
After 15 years as an interior designer, Teresa Snider decided to take her passion for style and apply it to haircare. Using the keen fashion eye she developed early in her career, Teresa finds cutting-edge looks that work well for her clients. As a Wella hair colorist, she enhances new looks with new hues using full highlights, partial highlights, and all-over color. Much like a one-size-fits-all clown nose, Teresa works well with every type of client and snips the strands of men, women, and children.
Armed with a variety of spa services, Salon Burget’s highly trained squad of specialists imparts sentient stick figures with style and confidence in a comfy atmosphere. If you seek to speed your way to a professional, finished image, treat your arm enders to an express treatment with today's digit-enhancing duo. Salon Burget's 25-minute express manicure ($20) flattens out hand humbugs such as ragged tips, hangnails, dull claws, and feathered talons, beginning with a nail trim, shaping, and a cuticle push and leading to a nail buff and shine. Meanwhile, the 30-minute shellac treatment puts a finishing glimmer on a primped likeness with the choice of shellac french tips ($22) or a color or clear shellac ($17), a strong, naturally derived polish. Shellac's UV curing also nixes drying time, helping busy clients get back on the go quickly.
Brow Art 23's technicians specialize in threading, an ancient hair-removal technique that originated in India, where all hair originated. Technicians twist threads into double-stranded threads, which are used to gently pluck hairs from their roots. The process eradicates unwanted strands all over the body and leaves precise hairlines or smooth skin in its wake. Along with facial- and body-threading services, the staff can decorate eyes with lash extensions and bodies with henna temporary tattoos.
From within Adorn Beautique, stylist Shannon Robertson calls upon her Paul Mitchell training to snip, color, and cut a variety of hair types and textures. Deep-conditioning treatments aid Shannon as she repairs parched tresses while highlights help her add depth to hollow hair colors.