A quick flutter of the eyelashes can convey everything from romantic interest in a tall, handsome stranger to passionate rejection of an irritating contact lens. Let your eyes say it with today’s Groupon to Chen Skin Care and Spa in the Bronx. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get a full set of eyelash extensions (a $150 value).
- For $55, you get a full set of eyelash extensions and one touchup session (a $200 value).<p>
Chen’s veteran aestheticians beef up blinks with full sets of synthetic lashes that add fullness to flutterers for up to three months. During the 30-minute process, deft hands delicately affix extensions to each eye tendril using professional-grade glue that bonds for the duration of the false lash’s life, like penguins and their favorite tuxedos. As lashes naturally shed, extensions shed with them, necessitating the occasional touchup to keep peepers looking their fullest.
Chen Skin Care and Spa’s neutral-toned walls shut out the noisy distractions of the outside world, such as ringing cell phones or road rage delivered by Morse code. Whimsical sets of bubble-shaped mirrors reflect the naturally graceful shapes of vases sprouting tall grasses and branches, and warmly stained hardwood lends the entire space a friendly, welcoming air.
Chen Skincare & Spa
The aestheticians at Chen Skincare & Spa fight blemishes and signs of aging with skincare services backed by products from brands such as Dermalogica, and PCA Skin. Chen's signature facial follows a brief skin analysis and freckle Rorschach test with an organic mask that supplements the results of an exfoliation, extraction, and detoxifying massage. Anti-inflammatory gel and an oatmeal mask sing hymns of hydration to delicate epidermises during the sensitive-skin facial, and male clients neutralize razor burn with the deep pore cleansing of the gentlemen's facial. A full-body aromatherapy massage combines natural herb and flower scents with head-to-toe strokes in order to rebalance the body and mind more effectively than log rolling on an abacus does.
Warmly stained hardwood blankets the floor at Chen Skincare & Spa, where neutral-toned walls shut out such noisy outside distractions as ringing cell phones and road rage delivered by Morse code. Whimsical sets of bubble-shaped mirrors reflect the graceful shapes of vases sprouting tall grasses and branches.