Salon Lorrene celebrates 22 years with specials, prizes

  • Salon Lorrene founder Lorrene Conino created a spalike experience with innovative services in her salon. For the month of October, clients can get a Pink Streak extension or a temporary pink color via a conditioner, with the proceeds going to Susan G. Komen for Breast Cancer Awareness month.

    Salon Lorrene founder Lorrene Conino created a spalike experience with innovative services in her salon. For the month of October, clients can get a Pink Streak extension or a temporary pink color via a conditioner, with the proceeds going to Susan G. Komen for Breast Cancer Awareness month.

 
Posted10/16/2020 1:00 AM

Salon Lorrene, a Palatine salon offering innovative services for hair, skin, body and nails in a luxurious, relaxing environment, celebrates its 22nd anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 24.

Owner and master stylist Lorrene Conino has worked with some of the best artists in the salon industry. She believes in education to achieve excellence, and stylists are trained with the highest industry standards.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

To what does Conino attribute the success of Salon Lorrene, which she founded in 1998?

"We consider our staff and clients our work family. And we have a great team of professionals that get along and work well together," she said. "When someone has a challenge, everyone wants to help."

Lorrene is a forward thinker who loves to envision the beauty industry's future, which is why she has served on the Executive Committee for Cosmetologist Chicago for the past eight years.

At Salon Lorrene, treat yourself to a new you with a cutting edge cut and fun color by a master stylist and colorist.

A little pampering with a luxurious spa treatment is a wonderful thing. Choose from a variety of massages -- deep tissue, Swedish, reflexology, sports and pregnancy. Splurge with a hand and foot massage. The salon specializes in the latest spa treatments using the very best products.

That's not all. Try a no-chip manicure that lasts up to two weeks, and keep your feet looking great with a signature pedicure.

Visit with an esthetician that knows the latest trends in skin care facials, skin renewal treatment, waxing services and brow shaping and tinting. Top your day off with the art of makeup.

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Celebrate with Salon Lorrene

To celebrate the anniversary, the salon will draw for winners of baskets from vendors for the whole month of October. Every client who has booked an appointment this month will receive one entry, and those who pre-book their next appointment will get a double entry. Winners will be contacted at the beginning of November.

Throughout October, enjoy the salon's special anniversary promotions.

• 10% off GM Collins Skincare & Glo Minerals makeup

• 20% off Aquage hair care products

• Buy 1 get 1 50% off any of the men's DEPOT line

• 25% off all brushes and combs

• 20% off all facials in honor of National Esthetician Month

• Free Circle Chronicles packet with any shimmering shine treatment service.

Come on out to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month and try something fun -- add a Pink Streak extension ($15) to help spread the word or Davines temporary pink-colored conditioner, which is perfect for anyone with naturally light blonde or bleached hair. Don't worry. The color intensity will fade with every wash. (In-salon service $10; take the bottle home for $31.) All proceeds will go to Susan G. Komen.

Salon Lorrene is located at 833 N. Quentin Road, Palatine. For more information, visit www.salonlorrene.com or call (847) 202-7078.

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