Boasting a prolific portfolio that highlights his range of professional work, Andrew Zepeda @ Salon Republic harnesses his talents as a hair and makeup artist to beautify clients with a menu of appearance enhancements at the West Hollywood salon. The mane master forges strands as nourished as they are stylish, pairing complimentary scalp treatments with each men's or women's haircut while incorporating conditioning treatments into each color session. Tresses in need of lengthening can bask in A-grade Remy hair extensions, which use real hair to augment existing coiffures, whereas applications of makeup and false lashes help clients avoid awkward run-ins with discarded bathroom mirrors.
Now a celebrity makeup artist, Amanda Jacobellis started out by studying art and fashion design. This member of the television, film, and print industries often appears on channels such as E! and Fox. She's also been a guest on Access Hollywood, a show that explores the lives of famous people by looking at their keychains. But before she rubbed elbows with the stars, she pioneered a safer eyelash extension technique known as LAshX. Her product includes the first oil- and glycol-free cleanser and formaldehyde-free adhesive. In 2007, she opened Makeup Mandy where her lash extension system enhances beauty treatments from makeup applications to up-dos and waxing.
Hygiene and quality are of paramount import to the licensed aestheticians of European Skin Care. Whether buffing faces with crystal-tipped wands or lavishing skin in nutrient-rich emollients, the aestheticians adhere to strict health standards that optimize results. Among the spa's top-notch treatments, anti-aging services incorporate light technologies and traditional facial or waxing procedures yield a polished look. Permanent cosmetics, applied with sterile equipment, save clients the trouble of filling in eyebrows with sharpie pens.
Aesthetician Annalee Stone believes in the power of personal attention. Previously featured for her talents on KTLA's Glam Me Up makeover show and ABC's True Beauty, she now runs one-on-one services from her private single-client studio. The soothing and homey space in West Hollywood envelops clients in cushy furniture, sheer draperies, and warm, low light as she transforms their skin with natural and organic Éminence products. Based on each person's unique skin issues, Annalee puts together a regimen to yield the greatest results, from lactic acid acne treatments to Coffeeberry anti-aging treatments. She's also an expert in waxing, whether legs need longer-term smoothing or your back missed it's seasonal shedding period.
When he?s not working with celebrities and models on commercial and high-fashion shoots, Brian Haugen calls upon his extensive experience to help amateurs learn to put their best faces forward. During his hands-on course, he breaks down the art of makeup application into five subjects so no student need feel overwhelmed. In doing so, he goes over how to make third nostrils disappear and how to highlight brows, skin, eyes, and lips with specific tools and products, which his students can mix and match to customize a take-home kit of up to a $50 value.
Makeup artist Sara Rabuse has spent the past 10 years beautifying faces. She even earned certifications as a makeup artist and eyelash extension specialist to help her better tend to clients. She also treats dermal issues with chemical peels and facials, and bronzes bodies with Fake Bake tanning products. As an avid dog lover, Rabuse donates a portion of proceeds each month to help local animal shelters rescue and care for animals.