A weathered face can help one project wisdom or blend in at Mount Rushmore but is otherwise considered undesirable. Stand out from monumental mugs with today’s Groupon to SkinCare by Michelle at Starmaker Salon in Westwood. Choose from the following options:
- For $60, you get one microdermabrasion facial (a $150 value).
- For $105, you get two microdermabrasion facials (a $300 value).
- For $135, you get three microdermabrasion facials (a $450 value).
Skin-buffing ace Michelle Shaffer adeptly revivifies mugs with her 45-minute microdermabrasion facials. Streams of crushed diamonds dislodge stubbornly entrenched dead cells, revealing the beautiful skin beneath and leaving mugs looking as fresh and youthful as cryogenically frozen Peter Pans. The diamond-tipped hand piece also helps to smooth out wrinkles, lighten discoloration, and reduce the appearance of acne scarring. Clients can marvel at results immediately following the sessions, which stimulate the growth of new skin, causing faces to increase in comeliness for weeks afterwards. Multiple facials encourage beauty benefits to accrue and can result in epidermal radiance bright enough to graduate high school as a toddler.
Michelle Vernon at Skincare by Michelle
While many kids her age were busy making mud pies or fingerpaintings, Michelle Vernon was developing her own kind of artistry. As a girl, she mixed ingredients for facial masks and other skincare concoctions, trying them out on her friends and family. Shaffer went on to aesthetics school and eventually climbed the cotton ball–lined ladder to become a cosmetics manager for a prominent skincare company. But she isn't one to rest on her laurels—she continues to seek out the latest industry techniques and was one of the first aestheticians in Kansas City to offer eyelash extensions.
Vernon draws upon a decade of professional experience, thoroughly analyzing each client's skin to recommend the best course of treatment. She offers anti-aging four-layer or collagen facials, diamond microdermabrasions, and innovative add-on services such as the NuFace five-minute facelift, which tones facial muscles and recharges propeller beanies with a microcurrent. Vernon also specializes in three different types of permanent cosmetics. After hours, she volunteers with the American Cancer Society, giving patients makeup instruction and teaching them how to care for their skin during chemotherapy and other treatments.
4742 Rainbow Blvd.
Westwood, Kansas 66205