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Beauty Parlors, Salons and beauticians for NRIs and Indians in America >>Beauty

This section of features extensive listings of beauty parlors and salons run by Indians in the US. If you know of a beautician or boutique not listed here, please feel free to send us the details*.  

Mehndi (Henna) Artists can be found across the US, Canada and North America. If you are aware of a Mehndi Artist that is not listed, please send us a note and we will be glad to add it to our database. Listings of Mehendi and Henna parlors can be found on our Henna /Mehndi page (Details below)

Ayurveda and natural treatment is also gaining prominence. Links to ayurvedic service providers can be found online at our Ayurveda section

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Indian beauticians in California   
Indian beauticians in Connecticut 
Indian beauticians in Florida

Indian beauticians in Georgia
Indian beauticians in Indiana
Indian beauticians in Maryland
Massachusetts area Indian beauticians
Indian beauticians in Michigan
Indian beauticians in New York / New Jersey
Ohio area Indian beauticians
Desi beauticians in Pennsylvania
Texas beauty parlors 
Desi beauty parlors in Washington DC and Other States

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Mehndi and Henna Artists in North-East of North America
Mehndi and Henna Artists in South-East of North America
Mehndi and Henna Artists in Mid-West of the US
Mehndi and Henna Artists in North-West of North America
Mehndi and Henna Artists in South-West of the US

Mehndi and Henna Artists in Canada

Article and Tips
  • Basu: An Indian facial may have fixed what U.S. medical specialists couldn't - When I called this week to cancel an appointment I’d waited months for at the University of Iowa’s dermatology clinic, the receptionist kindly reminded me that if I changed my mind, it would take months more to reschedule. But after a year of shelling out hundreds of dollars on doctors, labs and medicines to clear up the rough patches on my elbows that had gotten me nowhere, I'd come up with another approach. Actually, a beautician giving me a facial in an Indian beauty parlor had come up with it during my recent annual visit to India. Seeing my elbows, the woman dispatched a pedicurist to the drugstore next door to get me an over-the-counter ointment she said would bring signs of improvement in a week. And it did. I bring this up not because my skin problems are of much consequence. On the contrary. If a beauty parlor employee can recognize symptoms and suggest a treatment that works after two doctors, a biopsy and several medications couldn't, it suggests a larger problem with our profit-obsessed medical care system and pharmaceutical industry.
  • A well made-up dollar dream (TOI) - Call it the beautiful route to success abroad. For a large number of wannabe NRI brides, the way to earn some extra moolah is to do a beauty course 'here' and set up a flourishing business 'there'. After all, the West is (re)discovering Indian beauty and young brides are the perfect messengers to take these elements of Brand India and sell it to foreigners. Not surprisingly, during the months from October to December, our local beauticians are a busy lot. Training young starry-eyed NRI brides in the nuances of make-up and facials. Add to it some extra skills of massage, yoga or henna and the package is complete. "The number of young NRI brides wanting to train as beauticians before they fly abroad has increased considerably," says Falguni Brahmbhatt of Shehnaz Herbal Skin Care and Beauty Clinic.
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  • Beauty's promise: The beauty and wellness sectors are on the brink of a boom, but realise training and experience will give them the edge.... Cashing in on this need for better skin, Marico Industries launched Kaya Skin Clinics two years ago, and is on a roll ever since. From 14 in last September to 32 now, it has notched up 35,000 customers. Says Mrinmoy Mukherjee, Head (Marketing), Kaya Skin Clinic, "Integrated and scientific cosmetic and dermatological services were not easily available, and we stepped in to fill this need." According to him, all the services, which include laser hair removal, scar and pigmentation reduction, micro-dermabrasion and dark circles' removal are all result-oriented. They are approved by the US FDA and certified by the Kaya Skin Advisory, a team of 35 eminent dermatologists in the country. The clinics, which employ qualified dermatologists, are designed to offer a "Zen-like holistic experience," he said. All services are preceded by a skin analysis and the doctors advise the client on the course of action, the recommended nutrition and medication. - Hindu Businessline
  • Making beauty their business: According to a survey conducted by AC Nielson, an estimated $129.9 million was spent globally in 1999 on hair colouring products. And in the past decade sales have more than tripled. India's cosmetic industry is worth Rs 1800 crore, with a growth rate of 25%, while the herbal segment alone is worth Rs 300 crore, with a growth rate of 40%. .... If you are really interested in the beauty business, it is essential to have a good sense of aesthetics and creativity, and a liking for people of all ages. You must have a friendly manner, an attractive well-groomed appearance, good health, the ability to stay on your feet for long periods and a sense of hygiene and cleanliness. - Hindu Businessline
  • Hot tips to succeed in the beauty biz: - Rahul Bhalchandra realised engineering was not his calling. Later, employed at HCL Technologies, he says he sold computers -- a far cry from naval architecture! When he was younger, he wanted to be an IAS officer, and he followed his desire by appearing for the Civil Services examination. He did not clear it, and enrolled at IIM-Calcutta.Today, Rahul, 37, is Business Head, Health & Glow. A joint venture between the RPG Group and Hong Kong's Dairy Farm International, Health & Glow is india's first retail chain of health and beauty stores. In this first person account, Rahul speaks about his learnings at business school, his career highs and career prospects in the personal care industry:What I learnt at B-School.... Rediff

Note: Page last updated: April 2017





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