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Beauty Care Facials:
Fruit Rs.200.
Herbal Rs.150
Vitamin E Rs.150
Veg Peel Rs.150
Pigmentation Rs.250
Aroma Rs.300
Shehnaz Rs.500
Gold Rs.300
Silver Rs.300
Galvanic Rs.350
Instant glow Rs.300
Sheen glow Rs.300
Aloevera Gel Rs.250
Bridal Rs.500
Pimple/Acne Rs.250
Bio-Mini lifts Rs.350
Clean ups for all types of skin Rs.100
Other Beauty Care:
Threading/Eyebrows Rs.10/-
Waxing Half Rs.50/,Full Rs.10
Bleaching Rs.100
Hand Beautifying Rs.250
Puffy eyes & dark circles Rs.150
Wrinkles Rs.200
Body Massage Rs.300
Sun burns Rs.250
Nail Art Rs.200
Make up: Rs. 500 & above
Specialized in Bridal makeup
Day/Evening makeup
Eye make up ,T.V. /Fashion makeup
Matt/Corrective/Waterproof/Stage makeup
Pedicure & Manicure:
French/ oil/Aroma & Electric.

Hair Care Treatments: (per sitting)
Anti Dandruff treatments Rs.200
Hair Fall “ Rs.100
Split ends “ Rs.150
Scalp “ Rs.100
Basic/ Advance hair cuts Rs.50- Rs.150.…...

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