Eyebrow Microblading Savings at Genesis Non-GMO Vitamins
Maria Bella Pitonzo
Maria Bella Pitonzo, who provides organic keratin hair treatments at Genesis Non-GMO Vitamins, in Naples, is providing a special discount on eyebrow microblading. A treatment and a followup visit is being offered for $625 for the next three months, a savings of $100.
With approximately 30 years in the beauty industry, the native of upstate New York has focused on organic hair for the last 15 years and eyebrow mircoblading that can foster a more natural look since 2017.
She attests that the hair treatment is particularly suitable for those that have thin, weak hair or that has been damaged from or has sensitivities to chemicals, and those that suffer from hair or eyebrow loss. Pitonzo, who keeps up with the latest techniques, says she uses only the highest salon-quality hair products and colors including the safest hair color available from the UK.
Location: 877 91st Ave. N., Ste. 4. For more information or to make an appointment, call 315-569-6245.
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