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Black History Month Snapshot: Spas in Gainsville

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This list is comprised of Black-owned spas in Gainesville.

February is Black History Month, and The Avenue has created a list of Black-owned beauty and wellness businesses in Gainesville, Florida, in honor of the observance. 

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Renew Transformative Skin Bar

The skin bar offers numerous services such as microneedling, microdermabrasion, chemical peels and facials curated for men, teens and to treat specific concerns such as clarifying, brightening, lifting and anti-aging.

Owner, Dreneigh Cobb said her passion is to educate and assist women of all ethnicities with various skin issues. She believes that skin care is an external manifestation of your internal health. Her goal is to educate clients on skin health and make sure her clients are relaxed, refreshed, and re-newed. 

Beyouteeful Obsession

Tawanna Hardy, owner of Beyouteeful, is dedicated to serving clients of all backgrounds and ethnicities.

The business offers services such as lash fills and brow tints, lamination, sculpting, as well as semi permanent and permanent tattoo makeup. It also offers wigs, hair bundles, frontals and closures. 

Aesthetic Religion

Aesthetic Religion offers numerous beauty services such as microblading and microshading, lash sets that range from natural to volume to classic, as well as manicure and pedicures. 

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