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Creature Studio brings Atlanta’s best beauty creatives together under one roof

A new salon concept in Inman Park provides a workplace for stylists, photographers, nail artists, wellness gurus, and other creatives to share. Creature Studio is the brainchild of hair stylist (and three-time Best of Atlanta winner for hair color) Jenn Jones and her husband, photographer Raymond McCrea Jones (who sometimes shoots for this magazine).
Aillea

You detox your body. Now detox your makeup bag.

Detoxing your makeup bag can be as therapeutic as a juice cleanse—and it’s probably easier to do—especially at clean beauty mecca Aillea, which recently opened in Buckhead.
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First Look: SparrowHawk, a spa-inspired, women-focused “tattoo studio” opens in Old Fourth Ward

White walls. Midcentury furniture. Moroccan-style rugs. SparrowHawk is not your average tattoo shop. In fact, don’t even call it a “tattoo shop,” says founder Amy Leavell Bransford, who also owns Aviary Beauty & Wellness Collective, the intimate spa and salon a few doors down at Atlanta's Studioplex.
Brow You Doin’

Microblading: Brow You Doin’

Carey Housen launched Brow You Doin’, her microblading business, out of Only You Tattoo in 2016, inspired in part by her struggles with alopecia.
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Colorists: Jenn Jones, Amber Casciano, and Lindsey Wiseman

Hair feeling dull? Check out these three Atlanta colorists.
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Niche perfumes: Neiman Marcus

Atlanta may not have Le Labo, but Neiman Marcus offers our best selection of niche perfumes.
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K Beauty: Tony Moly Cosmetic Store

Korean beauty has officially hit the Western mainstream—and with their wide selection and ultra-helpful staff, Tony Moly’s Johns Creek store is the ideal place to experiment.
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Hometown beauty brand: Little Barn Apothecary

With two sleek brick-and-mortar shops and an ever-growing pile of accolades from beauty editors, this small-batch beauty line has blossomed into a brand sold coast to coast.
Clove + Hallow

“I didn’t want to kiss my nephew with toxic lipstick!” So this Atlantan created a clean line.

Sarah Biggers's criteria: Products have to be cruelty-free, vegan, free of harsh chemicals, affordable, effective, and glam. This spring she introduced lipsticks and glosses. Expect foundation, blush, and more later this year.

My month-long quest for lustrous hair

Ever since puberty, the texture of my hair has resembled that of curly straw. And as I’ve gotten older—and, let’s face it, grayer—it’s only gotten drier, particularly in the arid winter months. I happily volunteered to embark on a month-long quest for lustrous, supermoisturized locks.

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