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By: Noreen Young
Posted: November 29, 2010, from the December 2010 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
Ask the client to sit on the edge of the treatment table for a quick touch-up after a treatment.
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Some spa professionals may prefer not to apply makeup on clients’ faces after facials; however, it can complete her look, making it polished and refined. Clients love the way they appear after they are touched up, and it complements great skin care. The makeup will look better, and the skin will reflect it, too. Once they try it, they’ll love it and begin thinking of your spa as a one-stop-shop for all their beauty needs.
Noreen Young is an educator and a skin therapist who owns her own beauty business in Florida. She is a highly sought-after speaker in the spa industry and a frequent contributing writer to spa trade publications. Young is also a television beauty reporter/contributor and a health columnist for the Florida Times-Union newspaper, has worked as a spa consultant, and with fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, The Larry King Show, Wrangler Jeans—Italy and Revlon Roux professional products.