By Far the biggest scam and the most unprofessional Spa. I have taken my wife to Day Spas all around the world and this one by far is the worst. My Wife has permanent make up and so she wanted to get her eyebrows refilled. Now we found this Blush Day Spa on yahoo and informed us of a much lesser expensive service called eyebrow tinting. My wife went in to have the service and when she came out she was in tears. The staff there is very rude and unprofessional, even the manager. My wife wanted to tell them as they were doing that it looked horrible but they have 3 or 4 staff members all reassure you that you look wonderful and pressure you to keep your mouth quiet. My wife had ink all over her skin and it took forever to wash it off. They then told her that she should just do the permanent make up instead and that was going to be $300 more. Do not be fooled by their website at all. These are the most stuck up rude people I have ever dealt with. I am a Husband & a Father of 10 years and I always try to see the good in people. But every time I tried to talk to the owner or the receptionist, I was interrupted and talked over. We found a wonderful place in Longwood that took care of my wife and treated us like customers and not just a n
At Blush Day Spa, we charge a total of $20 for Eyebrow tinting. This service entails putting an all natural dye on the eyebrow hair to dye them slightly, creating a tint. However, if a client has little to no hair they will be informed that the tinting may not come out perfectly and will also dye the skin.
This was thoroughly explained to the client before moving forward with tinting her eyebrows. After the service was completed, she said she was very happy and paid for the full service and also left a very appreciated gratuity for the employee who performed the service. If for any reason this client was unhappy directly after the service was done, we would have been more than happy to give her a full refund.