Lake Country This Month

April, 2014

Lake Country This Month

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By Kirsten Klahn Special to The Freeman DELAFIELD – From a new hairstyle to bright nails, spring and summer are times to show off. Lighter nail polish colors are becoming must-haves for spring and summer, said Mary Beth Berns, co- owner of Craig Berns Salon Spa, 645 Wells St., Delafield. Polish in various forms of orchid is popular, Berns said, as well as silver chrome. "Silver chrome is coming back," Berns said. "It has various multidimensional looks, and we're seeing a lot of chrome with differ- ent depths. It's really fun. We're also seeing lighter greens for Easter and spring." And, for those who want a manicure but don't want to wait for it to dry, there's good news. Berns said the salon offers a regular nail polish that completely dries in 10 minutes and lasts about 10 days. But, for someone who's getting ready for a vacation or the beach, she recommends opting for the shellac. It stays on longer and can stand the wear and tear that comes with spend- ing time on the beach. Uplifting colors are also big for spring and summer, said Jeanne Dahms, owner of Aura Salon LLC, 285 For- est Grove Drive, Suite 100, Pewaukee. Popular colors include pastels, blues, yel- lows and greens, she said. To whip hands and feet into warm-weather shape, Dahms said it's important to get rid of dead skin and cuticles. That can be done with manicures and pedi- cures, or even a paraffin wax treatment, which helps hydrate and moisturize the skin after a long, cold win- ter. With summer comes sun. More sun means protecting the skin with a lotion with a high sun protection fac- tor, said Kristin Sarskas, an aesthetician at Aura Salon LLC. Arrowhead senior committed to play at Northern Illinois Lake Country T H I S M O N T H Lake Country This Month is free and will arrive in your mail the third week of each month. In each month's edition we will take an in- depth look at an issue, person or other story in Lake Country. We will also provide other important information such as community activi- ties and updates on local stories. We encourage you to subscribe to the daily Freeman or the weekly Enterprise for coverage of Lake Country and other parts of our area. To subscribe, to reach one of the editors with story ideas or for photo reprints, call 542-2500. We hope you enjoy this month's edition. – Freeman and Enterprise editors Hello, Lake Country! INSIDE Calendar of community events 6A PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID WAUKESHA, WI PERMIT NO. 3 Offering You Exceptional Personal Care Proudly Serving the Lake Country Area Since 1985 The Comfort of the Patient Always Comes First PEWAUKEE DENTAL 1231 George Towne Dr., Suite D Pewaukee, WI 53072 236487014 Pewaukee Dental Michael J. Schneidler, D.D.S. & Associates Experience the Difference! NEW PATIENTS WELCOME • Free Comprehensive Exam with Photos • Free Cavity Detecting X-Rays • Free Smile Make Over Consultation • Free Second Opinions After Before • No Shots • No Drills • No Fillings! Get to know us Check out our reviews and see why so many patients return and refer their family and friends 262-691-9832 DELAFIELD • 2750 Golf Rd. 262.646.9222 *Minimum 2 treatment cycles. 2 3 7 1 7 2 0 0 1 Call 262-646-9222 Today to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION Lose your Muffin Top at Estetika Save up to $400 on your 1 st Treatment Package* Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Barbara Eash antiques column 5A 8A The FREEMAN & ENTERPRISE APRIL 2014 Change your look as seasons change Charles Auer/Freeman Staff Pamela Colon styles Kristy Reilly's hair at Aura Salon in Pewaukee. Charles Auer/Freeman Staff Jeanne Dahms applies nail polish at Aura Salon in Pewaukee. See BEAUTY PAGE 3A Brighter hues in demand for brighter days ahead

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