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  • Unique Arch Salon
    Even though it's a small change, shaping your eyebrows can alter your appearance instantly. That's why the threading artists at Unique Arch Salon use their years of experience to craft subtle arches that transform and complement faces. They accomplish this without the use of hot wax or forcing clients to go undercover as futuristic super-villains. Instead, they rely upon a single strand of cotton, which they loop around unwanted hairs to remove precise lines of hair at a time. This gives them more control as they define brow arches, or safely remove hair from upper lips, side burns, and chins. Once the staff has created a new look with sculpted brows and fuzz-free faces, they can further makeovers with a range of hair services or their gold herbal facial.
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    333 State Street
    Salem, OR US
  • Robin Ford at Zeeba Salon
    Robin Ford tends to hands and feet at Expression Salon alongside a staff of other nail technicians and hairstylists. While she works, staff members dole out a wealth of beauty treatments—from haircuts and color services to facials, waxing, spray tans, and gel manicures. Stylists use products by Thermafuse, L'Oréal Professionnel, and Kenra. The salon's coral-colored walls and punchy green accents surround visitors, along with free WiFi and our collective unconscious.
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    811 Main St.
    Lyons, OR US
  • Oregon City Electrolysis
    Steady hands and attention to detail are essential for Carol Cranfill. As a licensed electrologist, Cranfill specializes in permanently eradicating patches of unwanted stubble. Her electrolysis treatments are capable of targeting hairs across clients' bodies. During appointments, she gently glides a fine probe into individual follicles and delivers tiny amounts of current to the existing hair. This minuscule jolt prevents hair from ever growing back in the treated area, leaving skin smooth and eliminating the need for regular maintenance such as shaving or waxing.
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    1001 Molalla Avenue
    Oregon City, OR US
  • Head To Toes Salon
    The Beauty Parlor helps patients feel refreshed and youthful from top to toe, with skilled nail techs, massage therapists, aestheticians, and a stylist at the ready each day. A row of private suites beckon to visitors for relaxing and revitalizing treatments, as beauticians snip away split ends, thread unwanted follicles, file nails, and rub away complicated nautical knots from muscles.
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    1009 Molalla Ave.
    Oregon City, OR US
  • Bollywood Browz
    Sajal Hubbs brings the ancient art of threading to Bollywood Eyebrow Threading. With quick twists of a cotton fiber, she’s able to shape brows into elegant arches with less irritation than waxing. Sajal also readies brides-to-be with makeup applications, and paints henna onto skin for elaborate body art that lasts up to two weeks.
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    12951 SW Pacific Hwy
    Tigard, OR US
  • Brow Boutique Threading Bar
    Treatments designed to smooth skin and reduce wrinkles may rely on the power of hyaluronic acid. Learn some of its secrets with Groupon's guide. If your joints don’t creak and your eyeballs don’t squish around in their sockets, you have hyaluronic acid to thank. It’s a gel-like substance that lubricates and gives shape to several key components of the body, and with the help of dermatologists and chemists, it becomes even more versatile. Injected in the form of dermal fillers such as Juvéderm and Restylane, it can soften fine lines and replace lost volume in skin, creating a more youthful appearance that can last up to a year. Because it’s already found naturally in the body, it doesn't irritate surrounding tissues when injected. (And humans aren’t the only creatures who rely on the substance—before chemists learned to synthesize it, it used to be extracted from rooster combs.) Hyaluronic acid also appears in many moisturizers and anti-aging creams, but unlike dermal fillers, these won't have much impact on wrinkles. "When you use hyaluronic acid topically, it doesn't penetrate the skin," says Dr. Debra Jaliman, author of Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist. "It only acts as a moisturizer." But that effect shouldn’t be underestimated. Hyaluronic acid is a humectant, meaning that it draws in water from the air and holds it against the epidermis, hydrating the skin without clogging pores like some lotions and mud pits can. "Patients who are acne-prone really like this, as it is noncomedogenic," Dr. Jaliman adds. "It is also useful for patients who have eczema or rosacea, as it is not irritating." While its effects on the skin are well known, some believe that ingesting hyaluronic acid could also be beneficial. In 2000, ABC’s 20/20 popularized the hypothesis that a diet high in starchy vegetables that boost hyaluronic-acid production was responsible for the unusually smooth skin of elderly people in the Japanese village of Yuzuri Hara, where many residents live to be over 90.
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    7 Walking Woods Drive
    Lake Oswego, OR US

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