4 Local Experts Share Late-Summer Beauty Tips

Treat yourself to some well-deserved hair and skin care.

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“Following months of isolation, clients appreciate our signature Minkyti facial with organic seaweed and massage for deep hydration and nourishment. To help ensure a safe and comfortable environment, we are happy to phone clients when it’s their turn to enter the spa.”
—Madhuri Reddymanager of Woodhouse Day Spa in Summit

“We’re welcoming guests back to a socially distanced salon with fresh hairstyle ideas. Experiment with adding bangs or face-framing pieces to take tied-back hair and messy buns from stay-at-home utilitarian to end-of-summer chic. Drop the dry ends, keep enough length to tie hair back, and you’ll be ready for anything autumn throws your way.”
—Jessica Walker, owner, J.Walker Salon Group in Bernardsville, Mendham and Basking Ridge

“I always advise my patients to consume fish and fish oil for healthier scalp, shinier hair and moist, smooth, supple skin inside and out,” says Dr. Lorraine Maita, founder of Vibrance for Life in Union County. “Using sunscreen and taking anti-oxidants like vitamins A, C and E also help prevent skin from wrinkling.”
—Lorraine Maita, M.D., founder, Vibrance for Life in Union County

“Rejuvenate your locks with fresh color and highlights. After hair is ignored for a long period of time, it can begin to look dull and dry. Highlights and lowlights can make a dramatic difference, and, for a big change, go several inches longer instantly with hair extensions.”
—Michelle Cleveland, owner, Hair Addict Salon & Extension Bar in Toms River

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