NEW Tulasara Wedding Masque

I’ve struggled with super dry skin my whole life. Especially in the winter months, my face is prone to wind burn and irritation; I’m always on the hunt for a good moisturizer. Aveda just launched their new Tulasara Wedding masque. Inspired by an Indian wedding tradition, Aveda’s wedding masque will leave you feeling luminous and rejuvenated every morning. I just apply a pea-sized amount across my face, neck and décolleté nightly and let me tell you, my skin feels amazing every morning! The secret is the main ingredients, turmeric root extract and organic apricot seed oil. Turmeric root brightens skin while apricot seed supports skin’s natural synchronization to the body’s circadian rhythm to provide cellular repair nightly. Aveda Wedding Masque is ultra-rich, perfect for all of you dry skinned girls and guys. Come out to our salon today and try it for yourself! Yours, Rashie

Stay at Your Holiday BEST with Our Full Body Waxing Services!

Brows Lip/Chin Back/Chest Underarm Arms Bikini/Brazilian Legs With these services, our Licensed Esthetician utilizes both Hard and Soft Wax to provide a quick session for your ultimate comfort! “What’s the difference between Hard and Soft Wax?” Hard Wax is applied somewhat thickly and with no cloth or paper strips. The wax then hardens when it cools, thus allowing the easy removal by the Esthetician without the aid of cloths. This waxing method is very beneficial to people who have sensitive skin. Hard wax is often used for Brow, Lip/chin, Underarm, and in combination with Soft Wax for Bikini/Brazilian services. Because these areas tend to be more sensitive in general,Hard Wax helps aid in a more comfortable service. Soft Wax (removes hairwith linen strips) sits on top of skin once applied. The strips are applied and rubbed to ensure the hairs are wrapped into the wax. There is no need to wait for cooling. The linen strip is the pulled to aid in removing the hair. Soft Wax is beneficial in waxing large areas of the body such as the Chest/Back, Arms, Legs, and in combination with Hard Wax for Bikini/Brazilian. Because the Soft Wax doesn’t technically “set” like Hard Wax does, the Esthetician may apply wax to …

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