Master Esthetician – Denise Landman

UPDATE: Denise has now returned to the city. In addition to the Signature Facial, Denise is doing Anti-Aging Laser Facials, Brightening Peel Facials, Problematic Skin Facials, and Dermaplane Facials. Skin Alchemy Day Spa (202) 470-5254 is located in The Capital Hilton, 1001 16th Street., NW which is within walking distance to the Farragut North Metro Station.

Denise is no longer at Headlines on Capital Hill or Salon Jean in Cabin John, MD. If you want to contact or email Denise please use this contact form: Contact Denise

Denise Landman, formerly with Red Door Spas at 5225 Wisconsin Avenue in Chevy Chase, has been an Esthetician in the Washington D.C. area for 24 years.

Denise is a licensed Master Esthetician in Washington, D.C. and a licensed Esthetician in the state of Maryland.

Almost Everything You Have Been Told About The Minimum Wage Is False

The Democrats, their union supporters, and liberals in general are making a hard and concerted push for an increase in the minimum wage. President Obama mentioned the subject prominently in his State of the Union address on Tuesday night and even promised to take executive action to increase the minimum wage federal contractors must pay their workers starting in 2015. While Republicans and small business owners are sure to resist this push, it is important that everyone on both sides debates the issue with the correct facts. Much of what you hear about the minimum wage is completely untrue.

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Tie that doubles as a flask

Thirsty workers can now sneak in extra drinks at the office Christmas party using a clever necktie – which doubles as a flask.

Despite looking like a standard striped tie wearers of the FlaskTie can fill a hidden flask with half a pint of their favourite tipple.

And if you find yourself parched in a lengthy meeting, you can simply take the back part of the tie and sip from the well disguised nozzle.

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Beauty school owner ‘forced students to trim and wax her pubic hair, then expelled them and kept their $10k tuition fees’

Dahl's College of Beauty

The owner of a beauty school forced her students to examine boils on her buttocks, trim her pubic hair with scissors used on customer’s hair and expelled them without refunding the $10,000 fee, according to a lawsuit.

Lead plaintiff Breanne Walden and 16 others – including two employees at Dahl’s College of Beauty in Great Falls – filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, against school owners Douglas and Barbara Daughenbaugh and Philip Belangie.

The complainants, all women, accuse the trio of incompetence and failing to address sexual harassment allegations.

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New York’s Naked Cowboy threatens to sue Naked Indian who’s stealing his thunder

Times Square’s famous naked cowboy has become locked in a battle with a naked Indian who is encroaching on his territory.

The well-known New Yorker, who plays guitar wearing just underpants and a hat, is now in competition with the Indian, who plays the drums in briefs and a headdress.

But cowboy Robert Burck is threatening to sue the Indian, Adam David, unless he joins his company.

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Homeowner puts his four-bedroom, two-bathroom Arizona property up for auction – at bids starting at one penny

A four-bedroom, two-bathroom Arizona home valued at $125,000 is being auctioned for bids starting at one penny.

Owner Todd Talbot believes that although penny auctions exist for electronic goods, it is the first time a house has been sold in this way.

‘It is the first time I’m aware of a home being sold on penny auction,’ he told ABC. ‘Normally it is for other kinds of products like iPads.’

Talbot, creator and owner of website iBidForAcent.com, describes the 1,749 square foot property as a completely remodelled, ‘turn-key’ home, just waiting for the winning bidder to move in.

He bought the home for $80,000 in January and invested $20,000 in redeveloping it.

The refurbished home features a wood-burning fireplace, a newly-fitted kitchen with granite worktops and fresh carpets.

Bidders can only bid in one cent increments, and, with less than 20 hours to go, the highest bid so far is $2.37.

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Bankrupt Solyndra seeking to pay bonuses

Now seems an unlikely time for handing out bonuses at bankrupt Solyndra LLC, but that’s the plan of company attorneys intending to dole out up to a half-million dollars to persuade key employees to stay put.

Nearly two dozen Solyndra employees could receive bonuses ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 each under a proposal filed by Solyndra’s attorneys in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.

The attorneys say the extra money will add motivation at a time when workers at the solar company have little job security and more responsibilities because so many of their colleagues have been fired.

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New York Port Authority Beat Cop Earns $221,000

Police at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have racked up $41.4 million in overtime this year, including a rank-and-file patrolman at the George Washington Bridge who has made $221,000.

Payroll figures and names released for the first time Friday by the Port Authority show 66 police officers have made more than $200,000 so far in 2011, thanks to overtime that in many cases has doubled their salaries.

The Port Authority Police Benevolent Association, the union that represents most of the police, says high overtime numbers are the agency’s own fault. President Paul Nunziato said the union has been asking the Port Authority for years to hire more officers.

“To me, it’s absurd, and I’ve told them it’s absurd,” Nunziato said. “It’s cheaper to hire another guy and pay his benefits than paying someone 2,000 hours or 2,500 hours at time-and-a-half.”

The Port Authority did not immediately comment on the numbers. The agency operates New York City’s airports, its seaports, a train system, and several bridges and tunnels. It also owns the World Trade Center site.

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The amateur YouTube stars making families over $100,000 from their hilarious home videos

Film-makers swear by the adage never work with children or animals.

But home videos of giggling babies, cute kittens and sneezing pandas are earning thousands for families on the internet.

A 58-second clip of two young brothers has helped net their family more than £100,000 after it was watched 386million times.

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