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September 06, 1986 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-06

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Wherein a reporter
visits local salons
for a new look



Jewish News


n preparing for this article,
one of the two salons that I
chose to visit was the
Michel Kazan Salon in
Bonwit Teller in the Somerset
Mall. The manager, Pat
Aebersold told me "When you
first walked through the door, I
saw that The Jewish News had
sent the perfect candidate for a
make-over." Wow, talk about a
rude awakening! I had always
thought that I had looked the best
as possible but a long, honest
look in the mirror revealed that
there was a "new me" just waiting
to be discovered.
It never occurred to me that to
spend a day in a spa or salon was
within my grasp. It seemed a
luxurious advantage that other
people could afford. How could I
justify spending a whole day (or
even a partial day) being
pampered when other pressing
priorities lurk on the horizon:
work, children, keeping up the
household, the list is endless.
However, as I soon realized, that
is the very reason to take the time
to do something revitalizing for
The first step is in deciding
where you want to go. Susan
Miarka, esthetician at Michel
Kazan Salon in Bonwit Teller
sums it up. "I think it's more word
of mouth. I know people who
have had very bad experiences.
With a haircut, for example, when
they wanted one inch taken off
and happen to get two inches off,
they won't come to the salon
anymore, that's it, they're gone.
So, I would say the
recommendation of a satisfied
client is the best."
A day at Mira Linder Spa in the
City includes facial and neck
treatments, body massage with
bio-sauna, manicure, pedicure,
parafin foot treatment, eyebrow
arch, scalp treatment, hair
styling, make-up application. A
light lunch is also served.
A day at the Michel Kazan
Salon includes much the same
excluding the sauna.
At both the salon and spa, a

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