Faces act as gatekeepers for incoming food and outgoing laughter, giving them the power to leave our bodies half-starved or bloated with unreleased giggles. Keep your face happy with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a Yonka Paris facial (a $75 value) and professional makeup application (an $85 value) at Studio Trés Jolie, located on the north shore of Long Island in Manhasset (a $160 total value).
A friendly, experienced staff of artful aestheticians and makeup virtuosos renew and rejuvenate visages in Studio Trés Jolie's charming, French-inspired setting. Clients can choose from a wide range of the beauty emporium's signature Yonka Paris facials, which combine aromatherapy and phytotherapy to smooth countenances with a concoction of essentials oils combined with plant, fruit, and marine extracts. Go beneath the surface with a pore-cleansing Le Grand Classique or lift and tighten a drooping dermis with the anti-aging focused Effet Peau Neuve. After old skin cells have been banished to the realm of Vh1 throwback specials, surrender your frontispiece to the studio's professional makeup specialist, who will powder, dust, and smudge your mug until it's runway ready.
Five Citysearchers give Studio Trés Jolie a perfect five-star average:
Studio Tres Jolie
From a studio illuminated by crystalline chandeliers to skincare formulas imported from France, Studio Tres Jolie channels the glamour of Paris in everything they do. Yon-Ka Paris creams and serums power the studio’s six facials, which are tailored to target aging, acne, dehydration, and other issues. Many of the studio's other treatments—including microcurrent facials and laser hair removal—favor technology instead of topical products to elevate beauty for the long term. For speedy surface enhancement, SunFX airbrush tanning achieves a sun-kissed glow in a matter of minutes. Studio Tres Jolie's mastery of all these services means that the spot is often most in demand during bridal season, when it’s most important to look your best. Clients can book appointments up to a year in advance, or up to 50 years after the ceremony if they have access to a time portal.