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This hip new beauty store is in Highland Park Village (it only took a year to build out), and while it’s easy to get lost in all the fancy-pants La Mer creams, Jo Malone scents and Oribe hair products, do yourself a favor and seek out the house line, M-61. The eye cream is amazing.
Bluemercury, 83 Highland Park Village; 214-520-9400 or bluemercury.com
Velvet Taco, the little taco joint that you've probably visited after the bars close, has debuted its new summer taco and it’s a doozy. Blue-cornmeal-crusted Rocky Mountain oysters stuffed into a hibiscus tortilla with ramen and topped with microgreens and jalapeños. Trust us, it’s beyond.
Velvet Taco, 3012 N. Henderson Ave.; 214-823-8358 or velvettaco.com
We’ve all had pedicures before--and while they’re great, they’re all kind of the same. That is, until you have a pedicure in which actual L.A. beach sand is used in every aspect of the service. When the techs at Bellacures wash away the sand, you’ll swear your stress follows down the drain. Oh, and they serve complimentary Green Goddess juice from theRoots Juices next door. So, yes, it does get better.
Bellacures, 6108 Luther Lane; 214-385-4050 or bellacures.com
The Austin Jones Band, Zach Balch, The Goonies: All free this month at Beckert Park in Addison. From Texas country and retro cover bands to movies in the park under the stars, be sure to visit Addison after dark starting this month.
Addison Summer Series; 5044 Addison Circle; addisontexas.net
Too much time outside soaking up the sun and playing fetch with Fido? Then reach for Dear Clark’s revitalizing body lotion ($22). It's made with Texas-grown organic aloe vera, Rose of Jericho and sunflower-seed oil to soothe and rejuvenate sun-kissed skin.
Dear Clark, 3317 McKinney Ave., Suite 101; 214-397-0700 or dearclark.com
If you need us on Sunday, we’ll be at the Magnolia. Ninety-four-year-old Iris Apfel--the quick-witted geriatric fashionista with a delicious, free-spirited and enthusiastic love for the world of fashion and design--is the focus of an eponymous documentary (showing at noon and 7 p.m.).
The Magnolia, 3699 McKinney Ave.; 214-123-1234 or landmarktheatres.com
Huzzah! June has finally arrived and it seems that everyone is dancing in the streets with excitement for summer hours, new summer menus and outdoor summer concerts in every neighborhood.
Here, our list of the best things to do, see, hear, eat and try this month in Dallas.
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