This Old House: Update

Holy Cow, y’all. We have picked a date to move, so our last day in our lovely little house on Main & Pettit Streets will be May 7 for Mother’s Day. We will be closed for a few days to get everything moved over to the new spa at 361 East Main and will reopen (if all goes according to plan) on May 11th!

We are so excited for you to see the new space that we have been working so hard on. We still have a bit of work to do, but our vision is getting closer to reality every day. We are just so proud to be able to share this experience with you!

We have had a few surprises along the way including mysterious documents hidden behind a brick in the attic. We will be posting more on that soon.

In the meantime, here are a few photos to pique your interest!

Finished Floors with Stain and Poly!


Bathroom Door Before IMG_4643

Bathroom Doors After


Next up, painting!

Colorescience Make-Up: What To Know

Recently we brought in a new make-up line, Colorescience, to share with our clients. It takes a lot for us to recommend a product to our friends, but we are in love with this make-up line. It is 100% healthy for your skin and does not use any talc, dyes, fillers or alcohol. It won’t clog your pores or aggravate rosacea or acne.

One of our team members, Callie, recently applied it after having a facial treatment with extractions. Check out how great it looks on her skin and it’s perfectly healthy for it!

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Want to see how it works? Check out this video, it’s incredible.

If you want to learn more about Colorescience, visit their website and then give us a call at 770-704-5614 to do a test run and find the products that are right for you!

Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Hair Stylist (Before They Start)

The relationship between you and your stylist is an important one and it can take awhile to develop a friendship. Apart from husbands and best friends, your hairstylist usually knows the most about you and your life, work, and family. The salon should be a naturally supportive environment where you can feel comfortable sharing your ideas and learning how to achieve them. Your stylist should act as an extension of that hospitality and make you feel right at home.

In order to get to that point though, you will need to ask some questions first. Any stylist worth her salt should be able to answer these for you and if they can’t, get yourself a new one post haste!

So here they are, in no particular order, the top 5 questions to ask your stylist: Continue reading