MEDAL OF THE WEEK: The first thing that comes to mind is the smell of the salon.
You’ll be greeted by a woman with a red velvet suit and matching lipstick and a few other people.
She’ll explain how to apply makeup, apply a sunscreen, apply moisturizers, and apply eye makeup.
She’s quick to explain the importance of applying the right products, and that they should be applied as soon as possible after washing your face.
The smell will also be overwhelming, as will the fact that the salon is in the middle of the city, which can be a bit of a hassle for those of us who live far from the nearest health care provider.
The second thing to consider is whether you’ll get to use the spa itself.
We didn’t want to spend more time in the spa than necessary, so we opted for a separate room and spa treatments.
We’re pretty sure we could have spent a little bit more time there if we were looking for the spa treatment, but for most people it’s just a nice break from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
If you don’t have a choice, there’s also a complimentary spa treatment on the premises, which might be worth it.
The third thing to take into account is the price of the spa treatments and spa services.
If it’s a large salon, it’ll likely be much more expensive than a small one.
We recommend spending at least $50 for the initial session, as well as paying for the salon treatment and a spa treatment after that.
The spa treatment will probably run you $15 to $20, depending on how well it works.
If the spa is smaller, it may cost you between $20 and $40.
And finally, if you’re a bit picky about your spa treatments, you can also get a personalized spa treatment for around $50.