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best brows and make up

By christina2000 on 12/15/2005

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Atmosphere: (NA)
  • Service: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

I got my brows and make up done by PIRET at 57th street Warren Tricomi. Piret made my brows look like never before. She is a perfectionist. She waxed and tweezed them and it did not hurt at all. She tinted them a little so they would look more defined, kept them full with a nice high arch. Best brows I ever had. She also tints lashes and does Lash Extensions. My make up was just what I wanted. Not to much, not to little. I also got my hair done by ELAD and I was very happy. You definitely get what you pay for and more.

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Wonderful Facials

By Green123 on 7/30/2004

  • Overall Rating: 8
  • Atmosphere: (NA)
  • Service: 8
  • Yes, I would go back!

The Warren Tricomi Spa is a relaxing getaway in the heart of Roc Center. For one of the most relaxing and skin clearing facials ask for Janna and she will treat you to 55 minutes of bliss that leaves your skin completely polished. The extraction phase, usually the worst part of any facial, is quick but thorough and is followed with a light massage to return you back to calm. Overall, the spa, and their staff are wonderfull

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