Archive for September, 2011
The Limited opens its doors to a new look at its newest location at Arrowhead Towne Center this weekend. The store will open Friday, September 30th with a 10:00 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony with company President and CEO Linda Heasley and City of Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs. The event, honoring National Domestic Violence Awareness Month for October, kicks-off a 3-day 40% off store sale with partial proceeds to benefit Glendale’s “From the Heart” program.
Get something, win something including gift cards and totes from the new, fresh concept The Limited store at an amazing deal this weekend.
Dare to go bare at the new, locally owned Urban Wax in Arcadia. The sleek, urban waxing studio at the corner of 40th Street and Camelback Road, offers full-body waxing and air-brush tanning services for women and men. We ambushed the studio this morning with our bushy brows and left perfectly waxed and shaped after a quick 15 minute session with Nicole at their “Brow Bar.” The Brow Bar serves as the first-stop for first-timers, with a full brow shaping consultation, waxing with hard or soft wax and finishing with studio-grade brow pigments with Senna Cosmetics. Nicole’s quick tip for us to keep our pesky stray brow hairs in place is to use Senna’s Brow Definer Pomade to set the pigment and condition the brows. So far, so amazing! Beyond brows, Urban Wax offers discounted waxing packages when combining services, a $5 referral credit when you refer a friend and even a free, and well deserved, pair of cute panties with each time you brave a Brazilian. Urban Wax is offering one free wax service for new, local resident customers for a limited time. Call for more information on this and other sweet deals from the waxing studio. Urban Wax – A Waxing Studio | 3941 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018 | 602-449-1919
Worn by Judy Garland in the 1939 original “Wizard of Oz,” Kira’s most favorite movie EVER, the iconic ruby slippers are going up for auction December 16th. The pair is expected to bring in at least $2.6 million dollars, equating to about 5,200 pairs of $500 Manolo Blahniks.
For more information about the auction, click here.
Image via The Daily Pump