By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Health & Beauty | Issue: October 2014
Reveal Salon stylists offer services to refresh, renew and reveal hair, skin and nails for men, women and children.
While changing wardrobes for a cooler season, most people give little thought to the damage summer has done to their hair, skin and nails. Reveal Salon & Aesthetics at 8929 S. Memorial #170 has just the right treatments to get hair, skin and nails looking great for the holidays.
Nicole McGinnis, salon owner and licensed aesthetician for 15 years, does all types of corrective skin treatments that are customized for each client’s needs. These include corrective facials, microdermabrasion facials, progressive peels, mid-depth and deep peels, back facials and microphototherapy.
Summer brings out age spots and quite often, acne. It is not unusual for clients to have acne not just on their faces, but on their backs and arms as well. Nicole has treatment options for acne in teens up to senior citizens. Some produce noticeable results in as little as a couple of weeks. “It’s easier than you think to have clear skin,” she says. The key is to start a treatment plan now and then continue with good home care.
She also offers numerous options for aging skin. Whether dry, oily, thick or thin, Nicole can help your skin look softer and healthier before the holidays.
For overcoming hair damage, Reveal Salon has six stylists who offer services in cutting and styling, color highlights, balayage, Brazilian blowouts, keratin treatments, perms, extensions and formal up-dos. Sun and chlorine create an all-too-common problem of split ends. A special split end treatment seals the ends, and the treatment lasts four weeks.
Brazilian blowouts are another popular service for restoring hair. This treatment smoothes hair, gets rid of frizz and makes hair easier to style for as long as 12 weeks.
A master barber, DeAllen Brown, does men’s cuts, creative designs, color and gray coverage, as well as good old-fashioned razor shaves.
When we think of nails, we automatically think of fingernails. But our toenails really need special attention now to save a lot of hurt later. “Even if you’re not going to use polish, it’s a good idea to get a good pedicure to prevent ingrown toenails,” cautions Debbie Edmonds, a nail technician with over 20 years of experience. “Often, women and men will cut their toenails too short and then suffer when nails grow inward.”
Whatever your hair, skin or nail needs, an experienced professional at Reveal Salon can help them look better. Each employee stays on top of the latest in industry education and then pampers their clients – men, women and children.
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Deanna Rebro has worked in the publishing industry 30+ years, including eight years writing for Value News. She has also worked in real estate for the past six years. Deanna graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio with a B.A. in Journalism. Outside of work, she serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for Pet Adoption League. “Every story I write is a learning experience,” she said.