Studies show that modulating one's facial expression instantly builds camaraderie, whether by laughing at a joke, frowning at a sad story, or making empathetic fish lips at an unemployed merman. Prep your kisser for many roles with today's Groupon to Beauty Addix. Choose between the following options:
- For $75, you get a full set of eyelash extensions (a $150 value).
- For $99, you get a TCA chemical peel (a $250 value).
Beauty Addix's team of certified medical and beauty mavens helps guests enhance their natural allure with a vast roster of services, performed amid chocolate-colored walls and opulent chandeliers. Clients plump up peepers with a full set of Minkys lashes, choosing their ideal length, curl, color, and fullness to add a boost of sultriness to an already seductive squint. During the roughly two-hour application, experienced hands nimbly affix silken faux-mink lashes one by one directly onto natural bat-batters using a flexible adhesive. The weightless, waterproof fringe imbues eyes with velvety glamour previously reserved for supermodels and professional Bambi impersonators, and can last up to two months.
Safe for all skin types, PCA Professional's TCA chemical peel permeates the pores over the course of 30 minutes to stimulate cellular turnover and promote collagen production. A blend of acids fortified with vitamin C and plumping compounds gently clears acne, diminishes fine lines, erases age spots, and dispels the microscopic chameleons that cause discoloration, revealing firmer, more radiant complexions with minimal discomfort and downtime.
Trilogy Medical Center
Trilogy Medical Center's team of aestheticians and registered nurses perform med-spa services that range from hormone therapy to permanent makeup. The team applies their expertise to bio-identical hormone therapy, which can halt early menopause in men and women. Botox, Dysport, and other cosmetic injections battle the effects of aging, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and chemical peels and microdermabrasion shoo away lingering skin cells from the face's front porch.