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2012-11-07 08:28:47

SEATTLE, Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Penelope & the Beauty Bar, Seattle's premier spa located in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, today announced the launch of its e-commerce website. The new site allows United States customers to shop exclusive beauty products, accessories, spa packages and gift certificates. Customers can also schedule appointments. Angela Rosen, Co-owner of Penelope & the Beauty Bar, "We are very excited to bring our customers near and afar the ability to...

2012-07-17 06:25:25

NEW YORK, July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Exude Lipstick, previously available exclusively on the company's website, is now making its storefront debut at Beauty Bar and online at www.beautybar.com. With a new in store presence, consumers can now try Exude's unique cutting edge crystal applicator and lip colors for themselves. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120717/NY35784 ) "We are excited to bring Exude into a retail store and Beauty Bar is such a great fit for the...

2012-01-30 09:00:00

NEW YORK, Jan. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The premier beauty retailer, Beauty Bar, is collaborating with The Beauty Expert, Allure magazine, to introduce Sample Society--a breakthrough in beauty sampling. A members-only subscription service, Sample Society delivers the most exclusive samples of hair-care, makeup, skin-care and fragrance products plus expert information each month. As the number-one driver of discovery and purchase, sampling has solidified its position as the backbone of the...

2008-09-19 06:00:21

By Jason Bracelin It began with a series of high fives in a dark room, delivered by a group of dudes beaming like teen boys after one of them had just lost his virginity. And in a way, a seal had been broken. It was Thursday night at the Beauty Bar, and Vegas indie rockers The Novelty Act had christened the four-day Neon Reverb downtown music fest with a strong set of dissonant, yet tuneful pop cluster bombs punctuated by bursts of tenor sax and a guitarist who played from his knees...

2008-08-15 06:00:27

By Jason Bracelin He held his guitar over his head, like a trophy, like he should have. It was the end of a fuzz-drenched set of stoner rock thunder, and Torche frontman Steve Brooks had earned the right to a triumphant pose, glistening with perspiration like a sweaty diamond. Driven by a drummer who swung his arms so hard it was as if he had anvils for fists, Torche's set was equally hooky and heavy, a victory lap for the power of the almighty riff. The band brought the first full...