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Facial bar opens

A new facial bar has opened in downtown Birmingham at 700 N. Old Woodward, Suite 202. FACE FOUNDRIÉ is an all-inclusive focused facial bar. “We empower our customers to look and feel their best by providing cutting edge services, accessible pricing, and an extensively trained staff of skin experts that deeply care.” One of numerous locations around the country, the goal of FACE FOUNDRIÉ is to provide efficient and effective services for all things face: facials, lashes, brows and skincare. “We pride ourselves in offering an impeccable service experience and strive for 100 percent customer satisfaction. We aim to be affordable, approachable and accessible to all.” Founder and CEO of FACE FOUNDRIÉ Michele Henry said she knew at a young age she wanted to be an entrepreneur. She headed her father’s construction company and at the age of 20, she swapped her construction boots for stilettos and started Primp, a cheap chic boutique in 2010, and there are now eight boutiques throughout the midwest. After having her third child, Henry sought skin care treatments which could support her changing skin. In response, she opened FACE FOUNDRIÉ in 2019 for an array of custom curated skincare products. She was ready to make accessible and approachable skincare an industry standard.

Business Matters for the Birmingham - Bloomfield area are reported by Lisa Brody. Send items for consideration to Items should be received three weeks prior to publication.


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