11320 3e Avenue, Saint-Georges, QC G5Y 1T8 Get directions
Hairstylist, Colourist
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700 boul Dionne, Saint-Georges, QC G5Y 3T7 Get directions
Skin Peeling, Skin Care, Facial For Men, Scar Treatment, Anti-aging Care, Beauty Advice
Après 35 ans, c’est toujours un plaisir de vous accueillir de jour en jour au salon.Appelez-nous dès maintenant! more... See more text
salon intime et relaxant ! la propriétaire est une personne simple et accueillante. Bravo Read more
1035 151Ee Rue, Saint-Georges, QC G5Y 6R8 Get directions
Cosmetic institute offering face care, electrolysis, hair removal, nail polish, manicure, pedicure, makeup and permanent makeup

Estheticians surrounding Saint-Georges QC: 21 of 40 result(s)

1820, 8E rue RR 1, Saint-Prosper-de-Dorchester, QC G0M 1Y0 Get directions
Waxing, Laser Hair Removal
Esthétique Santé Oasis est un salon de beauté situé à Saint-Prosper-de-Dorchester. Nous vous proposons une vaste gamme de soins, dont la pose d'ongles, l'épilation, l'électrolyse, ... more... See more text
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Estheticians in Saint-Georges QC

Tips to find estheticians in Saint-Georges QC

  • Referrals: Esthetics is something that grabs your attention on the spot. Your best referrals for an esthetician will come from those whose makeup, skin and general appearance you admire. People are particularly fussy when it comes to their skin making those who spend a lot of time on their appearance your best referrals. Ask them about the types of skin treatments their salon uses and if they consult the same esthetician for different types of beauty services
  • What you’re looking for in an esthetician: Your potential esthetician should be up to date with the latest trends in skin care and beauty products. Their work station should be immaculate (that includes the esthetician’s hands and face) and ready for your skin treatment the moment you enter. Your esthetician should listen to your needs and limit the small talk as much as possible - this is your time after all. Avoid any surprises by scheduling visits at different beauty salons so you can get an idea of the kinds of skin treatments, the level of cleanliness and the services that are available.
  • Credentials: Depending on your province, your potential esthetician should be accredited by a technical college that specialises in beauty skin treatment. That includes laser hair removal, waxing techniques and massages. Consult your provincial cosmetology association and cross-reference with the better business bureau.   
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