While spas often list eyelash extensions as part of their service menu, Extensions by Lindy focuses solely on lash enhancements to deliver comfortable, natural-looking results. During eyelash-extension sessions, a beauty professional adheres synthetic lashes individually to the original set using glue from Blink Lash Care that lasts up to six weeks, as long as clients will last in staring contests with their bolstered eye confidence. If properly cared for, the low-maintenance lashes eliminate the need for mascara.
In addition to applying eyelash extensions, the skilled staff uses its experience to train students during an in-depth certification course. Over the span of eight hours, professionals share tips on how to quickly apply synthetic lashes with precision. Fully immersed in the world of lashes, Extensions by Lindy even sells some lash implements on its website, including crystal-coat sealant and mascara wands that empower wizards to make anything beautiful but still itself.
Highly trained mane charmer Whitney Phillips molds tresses into eye-catching coifs with products from Paul Mitchell and The Color. During a 45-minute cut and conditioning treatment, Whitney refashions head threads, infuses hair with silky conditioner, and meticulously glues together split ends, leaving clients with smooth, shiny locks of keratin. The three-hour highlight and style accentuates scalp canopies with strategically placed streaks of brilliant color, showcasing the best qualities of any new haircut. Though today's deal covers the cost of a half-head's worth of highlights, customers may upgrade to a full head treatment for an additional $55 or a bag of magic beans and an expertly crafted tale.
The DIY doyens at Jones Paint & Glass stock the store with an impressive array of wall hues and wood finishes to quench thirsty brushes and spruce up surfaces. Home-improvement projects, such as painting a bedroom or covering up graffiti left by a rebellious house cat, move forward with ease when homeowners wield a bucket of Ralph Lauren paint (around $45/gal.). Hawked in the New World since 1754, Devoe Regency paint (around $40/gallon) proffers a spectrum of interior and exterior tones, and Sikkens wood finish (around $43–$65/gal.) makes doors, baseboards, or peg legs gleam with a glossy, high-quality sheen.
CP Underground maintains a rolling inventory of Apple-device-compatible products, including lightning cables, USB adapters, armbands, and novelty iPhone cases—even one with a built-in bottle opener. So its customers can feel secure about their purchases, the business also offers a 30-day limited warranty on all its products.
One of Utah's first off-course golf retailers, Uinta Golf has been equipping putt enthusiasts with specialized apparel for more than 40 years. Tops from Nike (starting at $39.98) cloak swinging torsos, and TaylorMade hats (starting at $19.99) let players don their favorite brands or combat distracting perspiration with a moisture-wicking sweatband. As the Nike Women's Dri-Fit visor ($18) eliminates sweat and adjusts to cranium circumferences with a velcro fastener, Nike Tech skorts ($60) sheath lower halves with shorts' length and a skirt's aesthetic.
In power since the 1970s, McCoard's family-owned garden center provides photosynthesis enthusiasts with locally grown plants and garden accessories straight from the grower. Visitors can weave their way under the hanging basket line and choose a flower basket from more than 900 blossomy possibilities ($26.99), accent their garden with ornamental grasses ($4.99), stock up on tasty vegetables ($1.89), or augment spice racks with an array of herbs ($2.99).