Permanent Makeup in South Boston


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The staff at Pigmenta, Inc. believes that beauty should be effortless, which is why they've curated a selection of services designed to minimize time in front of the makeup mirror. Permanent makeup artist Julia enhances eyes and lips with hypoallergenic ion-oxide pigments custom-matched to the client?s skin-tone and cosmetic preference. Instead of relying on a machine or stencils, Julia performs the tattoo-like procedure by hand, allowing her to impart a soft, natural look and even mimic the look of individual eyebrow hairs. Meanwhile, lash specialists enhance flutterers with everything from semi-permanent extensions to lash dipping?a process that allows clients to ditch their mascara for up to six weeks. Pigmenta?s staff also invites customers to stop in for quick threading sessions, where sturdy lengths of thread allow aestheticians to swiftly remove excess hair from the face and brows or quickly sew it back on if the client changes their mind.
581 Boylston Street
Boston,
MA
US
Over the course of her two-decade career, makeup artist and aesthetician Robin Erb has dolled up brides for more than 150 weddings and helped her studio win praise on CBS Boston’s list of "Best Places for Eyelash Extensions." Using unique methods she learned throughout the years, she flatters clients' facial features with expertly applied makeup and skin-rejuvenating treatments. Instead of blowing really hard on strands until they fall out, she swiftly removes unwanted hair from the premises using soy-based wax, which is easy on sensitive skin. Even the wildest brows leave Robin Erb Skin Care domesticated and well-behaved after an eyebrow maintenance session, which factors in the client's face shape and features.
231 Newbury St
Boston,
MA
US
Studio 9 specializes in sculpting streamlined and symmetrical eyebrows; Boston magazine named it Best Brow Shaper in 2008, and InStyle picked it for Best Boston Brows in its 2009 Beauty Black Book. Let one of these talented pluckists give your brows a look of surprise just in time for gift-receiving season ($45 for sculpting). Or, opt for a haircut in the latest style ($35–$100) or a conditioning treatment with a head massage ($25). A member of the Boston Wedding Group, Studio 9 has excelled at bridal and prom hairdos (updos start at $65) and a special 'do for proms that turn into weddings. Perfectly coifed clients treat their digits to a luxurious spa manicure ($30). A full range of makeup services includes expert application of false lashes and pupil-illuminating eye makeup ($60).
9 Newbury St
Boston,
MA
US
As a creative force we inspire our stylists and clients by defining the cutting edge of the industry. We're a nurturing, vibrant, creative community whose unique talent and expertise defines trends and creates new standards in the beauty world.
67 Broad St
Boston,
MA
US
The aroma of scented candles, the sweet taste of lip scrubs, the eye-pleasing palette of certified-organic cosmetics. There’s something for all of the senses at this skincare boutique, which features more than 20 lines of professional products from Becca Cosmetics, Bliss, and other industry standbys.
425 Hanover St
Boston,
MA
US
The World's Fair of Money is a huge show sponsored by the American Numismatic Association devoted to the exhibition and history of currency. With more than 1,000 of the nation's most prominent coin dealers displaying their gargantuan inventory of coins, paper money, medals, tokens, and more, the World's Fair of Money is equal parts coin show and family-friendly activity. While kids are engaged in getting their world mint passport stamped at each international mint location along the fair's promenade (they'll receive a coin from each participating country, including Australia, China, France, and the Isle of Man), serious collectors can take in the educational seminars or the fair's museum-quality exhibits presented by the Smithsonian Institution, the ANA Edward C. Rochette Money Museum, and private collectors. Whether flying solo or traveling with the entire family in a tiny silver car or accelerated thimble, the World's Fair of Money offers a pleasing sight for every visiting numismatist.
900 Boylston Street
Boston,
MA
US
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