There’s a new beauty shop in the Village of Warwick and it specializes in Microblading.
On Friday, April 7, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard, Assemblyman Karl Brabenec’s District Office Manager Suzanne Edzenga and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owner Carly Sesak, her fiancée, Jason Hazekamp, her staff, relatives and friends for the grand opening of The Beauty Room.
The new business, located at 12 Main St. near Railroad Green, is a cosmetic enhancement center that focuses solely on eyebrow and eyelash design.
“I have always had a passion for all things beauty with an exceptional eye for detail,” said Sesak. “Years ago I found myself researching the Internet for brow shaping and filling tutorials and eventually became quite good at doing so. I began designing and shaping eyebrows for my family and friends and finally I had an ‘aha’ moment. This is my calling. This is what I need to pursue.”
Microblading, she explained, is the newest beauty trend on the market.
It involves tiny needles that implant pigment under the skin in a hair stoke effect.
“It’s the most natural form of cosmetic tattooing on the market,” she said. “I did extensive research to find the best training available in eyebrow design, eyelash extensions, and permanent makeup. I am now a fully licensed and certified technician.”
Sesak said that Microblading and eyelash extensions are an art.
“It is not something that can be learned online,” she said. “I custom design the final look according to each clients face and shape.”
Sesak added that eyelash extensions are individual lashes that attach to your natural lashes creating an undetectable look, customized to the individual client.
“I decided to open The Beauty Room,” she said, “because there wasn’t anything like it in the area and it is different than most other studios. I wanted to be able to enhance everyone’s natural beauty in different ways other than changing their hair color or getting a new haircut.”
For additional information, call 986-4880.
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