Owner of Wink Lash Studio and Bath Bar is turning his business into a new express skincare spa

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) — After eight years, Jennifer Jeffers is saying goodbye to Wink Lash Studio and Bath Bar. Over the last two years of the pandemic, retailing luxury spas in a small boutique has not been able to keep up with the products and online prices of large stores. However, she said the one thing that continued to do well was the service side of her business (Plumb and Pine) with eyelash extensions, eyebrow tweezing and tinting, and facials.

“The skin is in it!” She shared the morning break on Thursday.

With that, she announced her new business, “Clear Facial Spa.” This is for the busy businessman, wife, mother, father, teenager, student who wants clear, healthy skin, but doesn’t have time to commit to skincare. complete facials from 60 to 90 minutes. Clear will offer you “express” services that do not last more than 30 minutes and will allow you to leave the store without redness or couperose.

Jeffers also wants Clear to be a place for skincare education, whether you’re a teen struggling with acne or an adult looking for an anti-aging treatment.

Clear hopes to open its doors by the end of August, but to do that, all of Wink’s inventory has to go. Jeffers is selling all of its remnant merchandise and commercial decor at a deep discount: 40% off all products with deeper discounts coming throughout July. Everything must be completed by July 31 so they can transition from space to the Clear Facial Bar.

Current lash and brow clients will not experience any disruption in services during the transition.

Stay tuned for more updates and announcements on Clear Facial Bar as Jeffers prepares to open this amazing new Reno business.

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