Where Do You Go For a Beauty Boost?

Cierra Pedro

I visit my fave burly bear hair dude, Larry Reha, at Makeshift Union in the Arts District for a cut and some occasional live tunes from him while he’s making my hair pretty. –Cierra Pedro, senior designer

Angie’s Aesthetics—the best facialist in town. She’s been doing microdermabrasion on me for years and it’s completely changed my skin. I had deep scars from MRSA I had in 2006 and I tried just about everything—lasers, peels, etc. Angie has completely transformed my skin. She is truly a miracle worker. –Nicole Niazmand, director of digital sales

I go to Xcycle and Trufusion. I always feel like my skin glows brighter after sweating out those toxins. –Haley Obata, executive assistant

Radically Curly salon in Henderson. They understand my hatred of combs and my love for Beyoncé’s Pandora channel. –Shannon Miller, editorial assistant

Cindy Hernandez’s Laser Genesis facials at Image Advanced Laser Skin Center are the best. It evens skin tone and texture, [smooths] fine lines and tightens pores—I highly recommend it! If you only knew my real age. –Kara Dennis, human resources manager

Advanced AestheticsShhhhhh. –Kris Kass, social media manager

Imperial Spa. It ain’t fancy, but it’s got hot/warm/cold tubs, saunas and steam rooms. You can bring your own scrubs and masques and treatments and do your own head-to-toe self-renovation for the price of an add-on at a regular spa. Also, the preponderance of naked old women means even my negative body image feels comfortable in the buff. Lissa Townsend Rodgers, editor at large