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Serving Face with Pretty Faces

Saturday, June 15, 2019

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Operating from the Portmore Mall at Shop 24B for close to nine years, Pretty Faces Beauty Studio and Spa aims to take its clients on an odyssey of the senses, ensuring that the experience rebalances the mind and body. The spa menu offers a myriad of facials, nail care services, body therapy treatments as well as waxing and lash extensions. Pretty Faces Manager Kadian Blake-Nugent has adapted a regimen that she encourages all her clients to adhere to. “We live in a hot tropical climate. I always tell my clients, cleanse, tone, moisturise — that's the way to go,” Nugent-Blake told Under the Dryer (UTD).

In-demand procedures include the lemon zest enzyme facial (which targets acne and hyperpigmentation) and microdermabrasion (a procedure that gently exfoliates and rejuvenates the skin).

Having cemented itself as the Sunshine City's go-to beauty centre, Pretty Faces ensures that it is competitve by researching, to keep abreast of international skincare trends and resources, by maintaining a high quality of service and building a rapport with their clients. “What sets Pretty Faces apart from the others is our quality of service. We have many discount packages, add-ons, and in-house benefits, and we always aim to treat our clients with the utmost respect,” Nugent-Blake added.

Currently, clients can enjoy a wide range of daily discount deals, such as Massage Mondays (a 10% discount on massages), Pedicure Tuesdays (10% off on pedicures) and Facial Wednesdays (10% off on all facials).

UTD encourages you to start your sensory experience today with the Pretty Faces team.


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