BEST FACIAL IN THE CITY AND UNDER $30.
I had a wonderful experience at Christine Valmy. I recieved a facial for under $30.00! Let me just say this....I have had many facials but this one by far (although it was through a student) was FREAKING AMAZING! I would recommend to all my friends (those on a budget and not) to go in for a facial. My face feels and looks so much better. Oh and try the mask too!
I went last week early so I paid $27 plus an extra $6.50 for exfoliation. It wasn't bad, i can't complain except for the fact that there wasn't no extraction done. One of the main reasons I get a facial is to get rid of all my blackheads so that was the only thing I didn't like. it lasted a little over an hour. They put a lot of stuff on my face and it was well worth it. My grandmother and mother noticed the difference so I knew I didn't waste my money. I would definitely go again but I will ask if they can do extractions.
A discount emporium of beauty services by aestheticians-in-training.. The Scene Women on a budget flock here for seriously discounted facials as well as reduced-price waxing and mani-pedis. The subtly-lit main room holds eight stations in which clients get steamed and extracted by the polite staff of beauty school students. Most of the facialists have already logged in a good amount of experience; if not, a supervisor checks in periodically.
The Goods Students tailor facials to your skin type, enhancing the treatment with hand massages and soothing masks they prepare themselves; since they're still learning, they'll often provide a more thorough service than you might find in a time-conscious salon. Just be careful if you have problem skin--the facialists are sometimes rough and premature in their extractions.