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May 2015 - Dallas

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eauty SPOTS GROOMING JOINTS EVERYONE'S DOING IT — GETTING GORGEOUS AND BUFFED, THAT IS. WITH SUMMER IN OUR SIGHTS, BARE BODIES AND BEAUTIFUL SUNSETS ARE JUST A BLINK AWAY. WE ASKED SOME OF THE CHICEST PEOPLE WE KNOW WHERE THEY GO AND WHOM THEY SEE TO GET SUMMER-READY, FOR EVERYTHING FROM BOTOX TO OXYGEN FACIALS. LINDEN WILSON COLLAGE BY JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON Krystal Schlegel Fashion blogger, Eyebrow shaping/waxing: Amy at Neiman Marcus NorthPark. She is already hard to get into — not sure if I should be giving out my source! Lash extensions/dyeing: Caitlyn, the owner of Lash Lovers, gives the perfect flirty look. Blowout/color/cut: I've been loyal to Frédéric Fekkai in Highland Park Village since high school. Massage: The best $30 you'll ever spend is at Foot Therapy. I go with girlfriends after sushi at Shinsei. Spray tanning: If you can't tone it, tan it! The Tan Bar is a necessary stop before any beach trip. Crawford Brock Owner, Stanley Korshak Grooming products: I love everything from Jack Black. Haircut: Kurt Anderson at Anderson, Cox & Company. Workouts: Andre, my personal trainer at the Crescent Spa, and Aldrin, my tennis coach at the TBarM Racquet Club. I've been playing tennis all my life. My favorite opponent is my wife, Janet, whom I have yet to ever beat after 37 years of marriage. Skin treatments: Mini facials from Theresa Meis, one of Stanley Korshak's in-house makeup artists. Renée Rouleau Owner, Renée Rouleau Skincare & Spa; celebrity esthetician Facials: Renée Rouleau Skin Care (whoever is available — I trust and trained them all!) Pedicure: Polished is consistently good. I've been doing my own nails my whole life, including nail art, but I always love for someone to pamper my feet. Blowout/color/cut: The Songbird Society. Cut with Henry Uldall, color with Ryan Sabel, blowout with Blair Masloski. It's a one-stop shop for me. Ryan is a meticulous and talented colorist and turned my hair color from blonde to a beautiful pastel, pinky/rose gold last year; Henry is a good listener and never cuts my hair shorter than I want, and Blair is always on trend with whatever look I'm in the mood for. Massage: In-home massage with Jennifer Kunkle of Plano Clinical & Sports Massage. It hurts so good. Skin treatments: Bio Brasion exfoliating treatment at Renée Rouleau. Cosmetic procedures: Carol Ghatrehee at Modern Dermatology. I've always said to my clients, "Before you have Botox or fillers, look at the person's face who is administering the treatment. If they don't look natural, run for the hills." Carol is especially conservative in her approach, and the Botox around my eyes and between my brows is very subtle — the way it should be. Waxing: Halcyon Days Salon & Spa at Neiman Marcus NorthPark. Diamond Mahone Sales associate, TenOverSix; fashion blogger, Eyebrows: They are probably the thing I am most meticulous about. I can have a bad hair day, but if my eyebrows are bad, everything else is a no go. Threading at Wink is my go-to. Mani/pedi: I've recently discovered Pink Toes. Since I work downtown, it's convenient, and I love that they have iPads at the pedicure station so I can catch a quick episode on Netflix. Massage: For a spa day, I can't help but feel spoiled at ESPA at The Joule Hotel. The Eucalyptus steam room is everything! It's perfect for a girls' date or just when you need some alone time. Jamie O'Banion Co-founder, Beauty Bioscience; model; mom of three Lash extensions: I don't currently have extensions, but when I do, Katrina Hunt (ilashaffair studio, by appointment) is the best. She has impeccable attention to detail and gives a natural look. Facials: Renée Rouleau is fantastic. Foto facials: Dr. Jennifer Cather of Modern Dermatology. Mani/pedi: Bryant at The Ritz Spa. Blowout/color/cut: Hannah Rychtyk at Salon Twenty Two for color; Charlie Price at Hair by Charlie for blowout and cut. Skin treatments: Cellular Renewal Treatment by Beauty Bioscience is my twice-a-week go-to. It optimizes skin's natural cell turnover for dewy, photo-ready skin. Twice a year, I use RetinoSyn-45 to boost my skin with intense retinol to stimulate collagen production. Nutritionist: Stacey Mattinson, RD. I love her approach and philosophy. Holistic treatments: I love the one- or two-day Greenskeeper cleanses at The Juice Bar when I need a detox. Chef Heidi Lane created the recipes, and my favorites are the alkaline lemon- aloe water with pink Himalayan sea salt and homemade raw almond milk. Heaven! Spray tanning: Lee Ann Hassell (214.924.7754) comes to your home and mixes the perfect custom color for you. I love it prior to a beach getaway. Teeth bleaching: Cool Blue Pro ( is great for a quick lift before a shoot. Toni Muñoz-Hunt Lifestyle blogger, Exotic treatments: My favorite treat is going to WinStar Casino's Spa Habitat in Thackerville, Oklahoma. I always get the hot-stone deep-tissue massage, and every masseuse there rocks. Mani/pedi: My husband and I go to Hollywood Nails. It's the only place we can get our manicures, pedicures and neck massages done at the same time, and we're out in an hour. Every technician there is amazing. Hair color: I can't live without my colorist extraordinaire Rachael at Hair by Charlie. Matt Nordgren CEO, Nordco Consulting; former star of Bravo's Most Eligible Dallas Haircut: Chad Rookstool at Chad Rookstool Salon. He's a very dear friend and has been my go-to for years. He's consistent and up-to-date. Massage: The Ritz-Carlton delivers a massage experience like no other in Dallas. Teeth bleaching: Clint Herzog at Floss Dental. Workouts: Equinox is my gym. The nice thing about it is the ability to try spin, yoga and other classes that they offer outside of the cardio and gym equipment. Susan Posnick CEO, Susan Posnick Cosmetics Facials: Amanda at Skinfinity or Connie Virani for Intraceuticals facials (she's way out north but worth the trip). Foto facials: Kendra Kimmel at Skinfinity. I love the girl talk as much as her treatments. Mani/pedi: Nail Works, around the corner from me. Blowout/color/cut: For everything in one place, which I love, I go to Charles at ERA Salon. He does it all masterfully, and the salon is exquisite. I also go to Jean Philippe for cuts (I love his work, his accent and company) and Lauren at Halo for color. I float between them depending on my travel schedule and who can get me in. Massage: For a therapeutic, healing massage and pure relaxation I head to Hands of Peace on Oak Lawn. For my weekly fix, I head to Soul Therapy or Foot Therapy. Skin treatments: ClearLift with Kendra at Skinfinity. Cosmetic procedures: Dr. Benjamin Bassichis is my go-to man for making my facial skin cancer scars undetectable. I would head right to Noel at Enlighten if I were to get any injectables like Botox or Juvederm. Waxing: Melinda Butler. Those in the know, know Melinda! Holistic treatments: Vipassana meditation changed my life. Exotic treatments: Adrift Float Spa's sensory deprivation chamber. The tension simply floats away. Acupuncture: Bunzo Takamatsu or Kathleen Bynum. Marisa Howard Lifestyle blogger, Facial: Cristi Phillips at Wellskin Med Spa starts with a dermaplane, finishes with my brows and is very thorough! I also see Alison Tohlen Cargill at Renée Rouleau. I highly recommend all of their products. Mani/pedi: Candle Nail Spa on Oak Lawn — weekly. Blowout/cut/color: Angel Watts at Dry Bar in Highland Park, Robert Habeeb at Salon Twenty Two (my hairdresser of 12 years) and for color Maggie Remer at Salon Twenty Two. Massage: The spa at the Crescent. Skin treatments: I get a Clear and Brilliant mini fraxel a few times a year by Cristi Phillips at Wellskin Med Spa. It shrinks your pores, gets rid of scars and isn't painful. Acupuncture: Dr. Dong Rae Park at Acupuncture Center of Dallas. Reflexology: Yaya Foot Spa on Lovers Lane, weekly. Chiropractor: Dr. Mary Collins in Snider Plaza has magic hands. Gregg Asher Hairstylist, Halcyon Days Salon & Spa, Neiman Marcus NorthPark; former personal shopper on Lifetime's Million Dollar Shoppers Haircut: I travel to New York City for business and pleasure, so I get my cuts at Sally Hershberger in the Meatpacking area and my blowouts at Bergdorf's John Barrett Salon. Mani/pedi: Pedicures are a must, and I get them at Exhale Spa by Junko. I love the private room, and the lavender-scented foot scrub is sinful. Facial: When I can catch Renée Rouleau in town, before a big event I love oxygen facials. Massage: Best secret is the Spa at the Crescent Hotel, which is open late, so I love getting a glass of champs from the bar and letting whoever is working rub the knots away from the day. Skin treatments: I have been turned on to Dr. Harold Lancer's products. Kim Kardashian reportedly visits his office in Beverly Hills. His polishing exfoliant combined with my Clarisonic machine makes me feel like I just had a microderm. Cosmetic procedures: My Botox doc is Bill for full forehead and crow's feet and for underarms, at Advance Skin Fitness on Oak Lawn. For fillers like Juvederm and Restylane around my mouth and temples, I go to Dr. Kristel Polder at The Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics. The biggest expense has been my lips. I go to Dr. Thomas Loeb on Fifth Ave in NYC. He does celebs, models and fashion editors. It's worth every penny. Acupuncture: I go to an acupuncturist/chiropractor, Dr. Karim Harati-Zadeh, at Spectrum. He has helped me on so many levels.

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