embarking on our 5th year at our NEW location with our awesome NEW Owners!
We have had a great year, thanks to all of you, and we can't wait to see what 2016 holds.
We are embracing some of the current up-and-coming trends for the New Year. A little hint.... Less is more, and it's all about natural and simple, with a little bit of help from your Beauty Experts at Pure Emerald!
This industry is forever changing. We are always researching to find the best products, techniques, and classes, that keep us motivated and changing with current trends, to pass on to you. Helping you look and feel your best is what we specialize in. In fact, we challenge you to make us part of your monthly regimen for balance and well being. Check out our website and find your best fit for beauty and wellness services throughout our Salon and Day Spa this year!
This is going to be the "Year of the Blowout". Visiting the Salon once a week for a Blowout is really a girls' best friend.
We can't wait to introduce the NEW Davines Blowout!
Skincare... The naked, bronzed flawless face is in! I recommend getting into a routine of regular facial treatments and start with a skincare analysis to make your best even better!
Massage.... We only have one body. Be kind and unwind once a month. You deserve it!
Nails... Sometimes I think we neglect taking care of our hands and feet. Why wouldn't you take care of your bodies' foundation? On which we literally stand... Let us help you heal and accessorize you feet and foundation.
And, we use our hands in everything we do. So, take care of them with regular manicures.
Barbering Fun Fact
Did you know?
Up until the late 18th Century, your Barber was also your Surgeon/Doctor. In fact, the barbering pole, that has been a known pole, dates back to the early 17th century as a universal sign for Barbering. The colors on the barbering pole represent different meanings. Red represented blood and white represented the bandages used to stem the bleeding. The pole itself is said to symbolize the stick that a patient squeezed to make the veins in his arm stand out more prominently for the procedure. In Europe, barber poles traditionally are red and white, while in America, the poles are red, white and blue. One theory holds that blue is symbolic of the veins cut during bloodletting, while another interpretation suggests blue was added to the pole as a show of patriotism and a nod to the nation’s flag.
Remember, take time, to make time, for yourself!
Until next time...