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Eyebrow threading will typically run you anywhere from $20 to $30. At Wink Threading in the West Village in Uptown: $12.
Wink Threading, 3839 McKinney Ave., Suite 115
Most eyelash extensions cost upwards of $200 in Dallas, but Seva offers a full set for $17, which lasts about two weeks. Seriously, $17 for two weeks’ worth of falsies! So go on and start batting those gorgeous lashes while shopping with all that saved money.
Seva throughout DFW
At Felax in Park Cities, you can be treated to this ancient Chinese practice for a mere $30. The price includes a footbath, relaxing tea, oxygen mask and, of course, the most amazing foot rub ever. Compared with the reflexology at the Crescent Spa ($55 for 25 minutes), Felax truly does make us say “ahh.”
Felax, 8611 Hillcrest Rd.
It does seem too good to be true, but King Spa--off Royal Lane near I-35--is open 24-7 and offers a $30 all-day package. With the price of admission, you get access to the nine sauna rooms, soaking pools and relaxation/meditation areas. Of course, King Spa has amazing add-ons (like a full-body scrub for $45), but we’re trying to relax--not find ways to spend more money.
King Spa, 2154 Royal Lane
Just because you’re budget-minded doesn’t mean you have to skimp on your personal areas. Posh Nail Spa in Uptown will give you the “all gone” treatment starting at $35.
Posh Nail Spa, 3501 McKinney Ave.
Blowouts seem like they should be cheap. But upscale salons can easily charge $60 to $80. The experts at the Hair Bar will give you an amazing wash, Kérastase products, a blowout and a glass (or two) of Champagne--all for $40.
Hair Bar, 6025 Royal Lane
Facials are the luxury treatment--they always seem too expensive and too indulgent. Koffee Day Spa in Downtown Dallas offers facials from $59, which beats many other Dallas spas by $100 to $400!
Koffee Day Spa, 1118 S. Akard St.
You could always pick up a box of color from CVS...but then you’d run the risk of looking like Kelly Clarkson. Aveda Institute on Park Lane brilliantly offers beauty-school services at a fraction of salon prices. Worried about entrusting your locks to a novice? You can pick your stylist’s education level.
Aveda Institute, 8188 Park Lane
Beauty treatments and sticking to a budget rarely go together, especially in Dallas. (Three hundred bucks for a facial! Yeah, right.)
Luckily, we scoured this city and found eight wallet-friendly services priced significantly under market value.
Check them out here.
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