Licensed aesthetician Barbara Calebaugh erases years on mugs and gently combats skin problems such as acne, rosacea, and eczema using chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and ultrasound treatments. She also decorates fresh slates by applying permanent eyeliner to lids and fake lashes to existing fringe.
When it comes to making people look and feel beautiful, there's little the team at A Beautiful Reflection can't do. Owner Kerry Corduck has amassed a staff of aestheticians, massage therapists, hair stylists, and nail technicians, and Kelly herself is an eye-brow and makeup artist and a specialist in custom facials and microdermabrasion. That talent of the staff is matched by the quality tools and products they rely on, including skin care products by Dermalogica, mineral makeup by Youngblood, and an all-natural spray tan formula by Bronze Biologic. Of course, sometimes it's not the treatments themselves, but the little extras that make clients feel special. And so, A Beautiful Reflection also plans beauty-themed parties, including makeovers for weddings, proms, and traffic court appearances, and kids' parties that include mani-pedis, punch, and cake and cupcakes.
A certified massage therapist, Jamie Faria performs multiple modalities and services designed to heal and detox the body. Jamie’s relaxation massages soothe muscles, while athletic and deep-tissue massages can more easily target specific issues and improve the body’s future performance, be it in playing football or running from a ref who claims massage tables don’t belong on a football field. Alternatively, she also offers spray-tanning services as well as detox body wraps and ear-candling sessions, which use aromatic lavender candles.
Rumor has it that stylist Leticia Visarraga was born with a comb in her hand. It wouldn't be a surprise given her precision when cutting and coloring hair. Nestled in her cozy Allure Salon chair, clients can seek everything from a simple bang trim to a comprehensive styling package complete with conditioning, layers, and specialty color processes such as purple and black ombre highlights.
Nancy Contreras?s specialty is evident by the name of her business?Nails by Nancy. She tends to keratin sheets with a gentleness usually reserved for petting a sleeping tiger. Her tools, including a nail file and buffing pad, ready fingernails for an application of regular or long-lasting Shellac polish in a rainbow of hues.