Deniez Surofchy has spent the last eight years solving all of her clients’ hair-related problems, including overgrown locks, dull hair color, and stubborn frizz. She offers a diverse array of services, from ombre color and hair extensions to facial threading and makeup application. And the clientele she works with is just as diverse, as she speaks Farsi, Turkish, and Azeri along with English. When not crafting new hairstyles, she teaches professionals-in-training how to cut and color properly at the Paul Mitchell school.
I'm a Permanent Makeup Artist for over 15 years in San Diego, CA. I create beautiful eyebrows, eyeliner and lips, also scar camoflaging. I specialize in restoring the color in the breasts for breast cancer survivors!
The registered nurses at SynerChi Med Spa Inc. combine beauty services and cosmetic dermatology to bolster the beauty of a client’s hair, face, or body. Staff members cut, color, and perm strands, and beautify visages with facials, brow tints, and Cirepil French hard wax. Med-spa staffers also harness laser systems to remove hair and injectable treatments to help reduce wrinkles.
Brow Lounge's skin-smoothers use organic and high-end waxes to clear men's and women's bodies of hair, customizing their approaches to suit skin of varying sensitivity. In extensive depilation services, staff transform Grouch Marx brows into artfully arched eye awnings ($15), mow upper-lip lawns ($9), or bulldoze underbrush with a Brazilian ($60). Man-hair can be cleared from backs ($40+), chests ($40+), and stomachs ($10) to reveal once-obscured tattoos of obsolete Southeast Asian countries. Inside Brow Lounge, chandeliers cast warm light over newly hairless patrons and shelves stocked with face-enhancing makeup. Groupon-holders get 10% off such mineral-based items as liquid foundations ($28–40), pressed foundation powder ($30), and bronzers ($16–$39).
The aesthetic team at XO Day Spa beautifies physiques in multiple ways. They draw attention to the eyes with eyelash extensions, snip locks into face-flattering looks, or brighten skin with microdermabrasion treatments that buff away dead skin, minimizing fine lines and acne. To further enhance their visages, visitors can paint on products from the spa’s own mineral-makeup line, which enhances features more effectively than using minerals such as rocks and stuff to beautify the skin’s surface. Nail techs also polish off facades with Shellac products, acrylic nails, and spa mani-pedis, and stylists offer hair services, including highlights. Alternatively, massage therapists can knead clients’ musculatures with gentle Swedish strokes, deep tissue’s more intense pressure, or styles such as aromatherapy and hot stone.
Kate Brodsky has been shortening beauty routines for more than 20 years. Armed with state-of-the-art equipment, she negates shaving and plucking rituals by zapping unwanted hair with electric currents—a method she feels yields more permanent results than lasers. Kate also accentuates lips, brows, and eyes with permanent makeup and removes dead skin cells with european facials.