Salon Spotlight

Salon Spotlight: Big City Brows

11.26.2018

Nestled behind a law office in Sugarhouse, UT, you would never assume the beauty oasis that awaits inside! Owner, Vanessa Lavey, is a respected beauty and skin professional who has been featured in Salt Lake Magazine for the most natural looking microblading, waxing/shaping brows. She is more than a brow artist, she is a brow master! With her advanced training from all over the world, this former fashion model brings all her insight and talent to her staff and clients. Vanessa has helped thousands of women understand how to look their best. With over 20 years’ experience, she shares her tips and secrets of the Hollywood stars and fashion industry.



“I have a deep love for helping other women of all ages enhance their natural beauty. Eyebrows and skin have always been at the top of my list. Great brows and a healthy glow really get admired by all.” – Vanessa

She now mentors and certifies other skin care professionals in her unique technique and knowledge.


1. What is Big City Brows & Beauty Spa’s point of difference?


When you walk through the doors of Big City Brows & Beauty Spa, you go from being a client to becoming a friend. “Having been a single mom, I understands how stressful that time is for moms and how all moms, especially ones who don’t have a partner, don’t take time for themselves. This is why I feel so passionate about giving single moms a well-deserved day of pampering.” It should be noted that Vanessa’s focus is moving towards single parents of special needs children.

2. What could other salons learn from them or take away from Big City Brows & Beauty Spa to do in their own business?


Catering to client’s needs in the most exceptional way while maintaining a warm and inviting environment creates trust, ensures clients will come back time and time again.



3. What’s new with Big City Brows & Beauty Spa?

We just added Comfort Zone, neuLash and neuBrow. Our salon already uses Davines. Our clients are already obsessed with the new products and we cannot keep our shelves stocked!

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