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August 23, 2004
Terminally Beautiful

Weary travelers, rejoice: Suddenly, JFK has two spas.

November 25, 2002
Perennial Beauty

Hiking Nikes, spas au naturel, and getting styled in private

July 25, 2005
Taming the Frizz

I love the sunshine, the barbecues, the concerts in the park—but I hate my summer hair! What can I do with this frizzy mop?

October 25, 2004
Nip Tuck?

Enough with the Botox, the fillers, the $500 Clé de Peau. I’m going for the real deal: plastic surgery—on my face. How can I minimize post-op bloat, when my face will be as big as Rush Limbaugh’s and my skin will be itchy?

November 13, 2006
Lift, Plump, and Go

A new crop of medspas means your Botox refresher is just another lunch-hour errand.

November 15, 2004
Fiscal Therapy

I hate spending hundreds on a day at the spa only to be disappointed, but I’m wary of those dirty massage chairs on Prince Street. I’m willing to give up luscious, La Mer–stocked locker rooms, but I want my services to be solid. Where can you get a deal in this town?

April 23, 2001
The Brooke Shields eyebrow returns

Plus: The Warren-Tricomi Salon's urban expansion

August 28, 2002
Loaf Around

Sugary spa services, an Armani makeup palette, and Canyon Ranch bread to go.

March 25, 2002
Chelsea's new holistic center

Plus: post-waxing products from the J. Sisters

January 6, 2003
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