Author: carole

Best wishes to Kara, who will be on Maternity Leave starting soon, and Amber is who currently on Maternity Leave. We miss these talented women in the salon but wish them all the best with their families!

Aveda – art and science!

Andiroba oil, which ensures stable income many local families and enables them to develop while sustaining rainforests, is a key ingredient in Aveda hand relief products. It has a long history of use in South America as well as commercial value. Andiroba oil is highly emollient and effective moisturizing oil for products intended to prevent dryness and help to protect skin.

After decades of deforestation and cattle farming, the people of Tomé-Açu, Brazil decided to make a change for their land as well as their people. They adopted agro-forestry and made organic practices the forefront of their business, which ultimately led to their most profitable crop- the Cupuaçu tree. Not only does the tree provide pulp for food their seeds also create a rich moisturizing and conditioning butter.

Skin care comes alive with the vital energy of plants from Aveda.


Dreamlash is a premium eyelash extension. Individual synthetic lashes are adhered to your natural lashes one by one. This relaxing procedure, applied by Jen or Sandy T., takes about an hour. Throw away your lash curler and mascara because you won’t need them anymore, Dreamlashes are always curled, black and water resistant! Results are so natural looking that no one can tell, even up close that you have lash extensions.

On Saturday September 15, 2012 from 9am-5pm at First Impressions Hair and Skin Salon at 1631 St. Mary’s Road — come join the fun with the First Impressions team and support the St. Amant Autism Program.

  • Silent Auction
  • Santa Ana pizza lunch 10am-2pm
  • Bake Sale (including gluten and casein free items)
  • Mini Services (waxing, massages and head shaves)

10% of all Aveda products sold will be donated towards our $3,000.00 goal!

More about Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism fundraiser poster 2012 – Please download and print this poster to help us get the word out!