Saloni Threading Salon

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In a Nutshell

Cotton threads precisely pluck unwanted hairs from the follicle for well-defined brow shaping

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Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. New clients only. Services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $8 for one eyebrow-threading session (a $17 value)
  • $22 for three eyebrow-threading sessions (a $51 value)

A thin cotton thread rolls along the brows, plucking unwanted hairs from the follicle. The ancient technique allows the aesthetician to remove one line of hair at a time, which means hair can be shaped more precisely than with wax.

Saloni Threading Salon

Smita Harmalkar, aesthetician and owner of Saloni Threading Salon, beautifies male and female patrons with threading and all-natural spa techniques she picked up during her formative years in India. Smita gently shapes eyebrows with wound cotton thread, a centuries-old technique developed in Asia. Sugar waxing clears larger patches of hair with a blend of sugar, lemon juice, and herbs, a mixture that grips individual hair shafts but, like an inexpensive tattoo, won’t stick to skin. Smita also administers rejuvenating facials that combine aromatherapeutic Shaffali skincare products with pressure-point massages on the hands, feet, and ears. Treatments take place in a salon space whose rich saffron walls and printed crimson designs draw on Indian decor, accented with a chandelier of dangling ruby pendants.

####Saloni Threading Salon

Smita Harmalkar, aesthetician and owner of Saloni Threading Salon, beautifies male and female patrons with threading and all-natural spa techniques she picked up during her formative years in India. Smita gently shapes eyebrows with wound cotton thread, a centuries-old technique developed in Asia. Sugar waxing clears larger patches of hair with a blend of sugar, lemon juice, and herbs, a mixture that grips individual hair shafts but, like an inexpensive tattoo, won’t stick to skin. Smita also administers rejuvenating facials that combine aromatherapeutic Shaffali skincare products with pressure-point massages on the hands, feet, and ears. Treatments take place in a salon space whose rich saffron walls and printed crimson designs draw on Indian decor, accented with a chandelier of dangling ruby pendants.


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