Five Questions with Celine Nguyen of Luxe Esthetics
Q: Why did you decide to open Luxe Esthetics?
A: I grew up in this part of town, my mom works in Kalihi so it felt perfect to start my business at Kamehameha Shopping Center. I opened Luxe in July of 2019, and it was so exciting, it felt like coming home.
Q: Where did you get your training?
A: I received my Hawaii esthetician licence from The Skin Institute Internationalé, and also have other licenses for specialty services such as permanent makeup tattooing.
Q: What types of services do you offer?
A: So many! We offer permanent makeup such as brow tattooing, skin tag removal, teeth whitening, waxing, facials, eyelash extensions and various body sculpting services which are really great non-surgical alternatives for anyone looking for a little help with contouring and fat and cellulite reduction.
Q: What is your most popular service?
A: Lash extensions are extremely popular right now. Thick, full lashes are a small way to make a big change in how you look, especially when most of our faces are covered by masks these days. Due to the pandemic, we are also offering a virtual eyelash training course which includes your own fully loaded lash kit and training on how to apply and remove them safely.
Q: What is the best way to see all the Luxe Esthetics services and book one?
A: Our website www.luxeestheticsbyceline.com has a great listing of all our services, covid-19 policies and an online booking tab which gives timeframes and prices for each service. You can always call us at 808-841-9999 or stop by our salon next time you are at Kamehameha Shopping Center.
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American Savings Bank will be closing its Kamehameha Shopping Center branch at end of the business day on March 18, 2022. Customers can visit the Kalihi Branch located at 2110 N. King Street (corner of Gulick and N. King). The ATM at the bank will remain operational and the stand alone ATM by Times Supermarket will also remain.