Today marks the start of the spa and bathroom season and, as a whole, the beauty industry is booming.
Here are a few highlights from the past week.
-Mermaid Spa and Spa Treatment: A full face massage was given to a patient in Melbourne, Australia.
The client wanted to get the treatment to ease pain from her back pain and to help her relax.
The spa did a full face and head massage, but said it was all done in private.
-Piercings and Tattoos: A patient in Perth, Australia, had a piercing done to the left temple and right temple and a tattoo was put on her left arm.
The customer’s mum said the tattoo was meant to symbolise her mother’s love and her own mother’s courage.
-Sensational Beauty: A woman in California got a $4,500 facial from a woman in China who wanted to make sure she looked good in her new home.
She went to the spa with a plastic surgeon and was treated with an X-ray of her face and neck to help ensure the piercing was accurate.
-Wearables: A young man in Melbourne wore an iPod in his hotel room and it took a week for him to get his new device working.
He was shocked when he got it working but has since enjoyed his new smart phone.
-Cosmetic Tattoos & Piercing: A female nurse in Perth asked a doctor in Australia to give her a tattoo to cover up a cut on her right cheek.
She got the tattoo and now looks great.
-Beauty Parlor: A customer in the US got a face massage from a beauty therapist and she was shocked that she got her first massage in her hotel room.
She said the experience was surreal.