AW Salon owner Abby Warther made her shop a dream come true. It’s a space that women can getaway from their busy schedules and to-do lists to take some time for themselves and leave feeling taken care of with beautiful hair. She really listens to clients to choose the best hair plan for them. Warther even made sure the waiting area is completely comfortable and relaxing.
While at a recent editorial meeting, Alison Matas mentioned that she started drinking protein shakes. I immediately thought of those gym rats who make protein shakes and talk all about their “gains.” I admit, I gave Alison the weirdest look and questioned whether she was trying to bulk up.
Recently a friend told me that she uses coconut oil as a smoothing hair treatment. I thought she was crazy. I was then at my cousin’s bridal shower, and she and her sister told me that they use it on their hair too. I figured maybe they were onto something.
Beauty is wasted on the young, who take advantage of it, rarely replenishing what they take from their skin on a daily basis. However, as fleeting as beauty is, Traci Hall, a licensed aesthetician at Aura Salon and Spa in downtown Canton, said there are ways to keep your skin healthy and beautiful. Here are her 10 tips to outer beauty.
These stunning coffee table books are sure to be conversation-starters. “Four Seasons of Yosemite: a Photographer’s Journey,” by Mark Boster (hardcover, Los Angeles Times, 2011, 125 pages, $34.95). In more than 100 stunning photographs, Boster brings the eye of a 21st Century photographer and captures the magic of the national park’s icons — Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, El Capitan and others — in color that Ansel Adams had celebrated in black and white.
We asked several local professionals to tell us about the newest trends in minimally invasive cosmetic fixes. Over the years, the standard of beauty has changed. Trends have come and gone, but what hasn’t changed is this: We’re happier if we like the way look. And sometimes we need a little help.
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