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Shabby Shek Salon & Boutique Extends their Referral Rewards Program
Shabby Shek Salon & Boutique expresses their thanks for the support and loyalty of their customers by extending their Referral Rewards Program. Now through March 31, 2012, Shabby Shek is offering a $25 credit to clients who send in three referrals.
Why do clients come to Shabby Shek? Shabby Shek offers many services and stays on the cutting edge of the industry. By offering the latest styles and trends as well as innovative products, Shabby Shek manages to keep their clients excited about what they do! Their stylists offer many years of experience and have renowned reputations among peers. They attend training and educational seminars on a regular basis, to keep up with the changing needs of today’s beauty salon client. In keeping up with these trends Shabby Shek has just announced plans to offer 100% pure hair extensions. These extensions can be used to add length and volume to your hair. They come in a variety of textures and colors ensuring a customized look for each individual. Making the hope for longer and fuller hair more accessible to the Northeast PA area, Shabby Shek has sought out a line of hair extensions that is very affordable and has the ability to last up to four month.
Shabby Shek is also the only salon in the area to be able to offer the Scruples Line of hair care products including True Integrity Hair Color. Scruples products contain a patented protection barrier complex in every product helping to maintain and build healthier hair. The Scruples brand also provides a longer lasting color. Listening to their clients concerns about hair care and knowing many use curling or straightening irons along with blow driers, Shabby Shek has recently added the Theramuse line. This line of products increases moisture by three times when heat is applied to hair. At Shabby Shek, you also find products such as the award winning Ginger Awapuhi by Paul Mitchell and the renowned Simply Smooth Brazillian Keratin System.
In addition to Hair Care, Shabby Shek focusses on the overall well-being of their client. Shabby Shek takes pride in offering Skin Care with specialist, Rebecca Baker. Using Mederi Clinical Skincare Products founded by Wyoming County native Terry Ladner Martin. Terry has just released a book, MAKEUP & MORE to help every woman in their daily quest to feel more beautiful. She will be making a guest appearance during Shabby Shek’s Mother’s Day Event on April 29th. She plans on giving complimentary makeup and skincare advice that day. Her new book will be available and she will gladly autograph your copy.
The Nail Care Services offered by Shabby Shek are also the best in the market. Offering the newest technology in artificial nail enhancements, Shabby Shek’s gel polish is a healthier alternative to acrylics. This Shabby Shek exclusive manicure is chip and peel free and lasts two weeks plus. With 58 colors to choose from, this system contains organic properties consisting of 5 vitamins plus calcium to nourish your nails.
When looking for a relaxation, you should also note that Shabby Shek offers professional pedicures in a state of the art massaging chair as well as manicures.
As you enter Shabby Shek, you are greeted by an array of accessories. Cool, colorful and trendy styles of scarves, hats, and jewelry are offered. Many of the designs are handmade by local artists. Those looking for an affordable alternative to mineral makeup will also find EVERYDAY MINERALS makeup. In addition, Shabby Shek’s services also include eyebrow extensions, tinting, and waxing.
Consultations on any service are always FREE. For more information visit www.shabbyshek.com, see Shabby Shek on FACEBOOK or call 570-836-9005. You are certainly welcome to come in and browse their comfortable home on business
Route 6 in Tunkhannock next to MAGIC ORTHODONTICS across from NE Title and Tag.
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