Nadia Yanez knows eyebrows. She even knows how to tackle tough, wiry brows that refuse to behave. As the founder and director of Lablósh® Waxing Clinique on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, she has seen all types of brows – from the dreaded unibrow to pencil-thin brows and bushy and unruly ones. She has seen those that are over-tweezed and those that have never been touched by a Tweezerman and everything in between. Lablósh® is a full-service waxing clinic, but Yanez superspecializes in eyebrow care and maintenance. As such, she has gained quite a following since first opening her doors.
She chatted with Beauty in the Bag about how often to tweeze, the latest trends in eyebrow style a
When you think of towelettes, does your mind still goes to those lemony scented wipes that were a big part of degreasing sticky, dirty, fingers. If so, it’s high time you get on board and embrace today’s wipes. They’re super convenient and can replace virtually any beauty product taking up precious space on your shelves, plus there’s no chance of them spilling and ruining your favorite bag–they’re mess-free!
Beauty wipes can be used for your face, body, hair and are even used off-label on keyboards, dirty dogs and so much more. They are lightweight and small enough to be portable making them ideal for travel and touchups on the go. Here, 7 ways to simplify your beauty routine and
Sam P. Most, M.D., F.A.C.S. is Chief of the Division of Facial Plastic Surgery at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif.– a distinction that speaks volumes about his credibility, techniques and skill set. He is widely sought after in the Bay area, where he is known for his integrated approach to facial aging and natural-looking results.
Dr. Most chatted with Beauty in The Bag about his approach to facial plastic surgery, the effect Facebook and celebrity worship is having on his patients and the importance of being honest about what a procedure can or can’t do.
Here’s what he had to say:
1. Tell us about your practice and the types of patients you trea
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Christina Stratton fell in love with the spa concept when she was touring the world with the pop group i5. During this time, she had the chance to visit some of the most beautiful and luxurious retreats in the world, and she also met some of the great aestheticians in her travels – one, in particular, who helped her finally achieve healthy glowing skin. She was hooked, and soon teamed up with Ilana Alberico, a spa industry vet, to create a spa consulting business called Innovative Spa Management and the all-natural Privai skincare line.
The rest, as they say, is history. Both women chatted with Beauty in The Bag about what they do, how they do it and why they love it. Here’s what