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.

KLM Lost & Found service

KLM’s dedicated Lost & Found team at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is on a mission to reunite lost items as soon as possible with their legitimate owner. From a teddy bear found by the cabin crew to a laptop left in the lounge. Locating the owners can sometimes be a challenge, so special forces have been hired…
And remember: if it happens to you, the KLM Social Media team is always there for you on Facebook and Twitter!

New York’s most extravagant Christmas lights are in Brooklyn’s Dyker Heights – where residents spend up to $20,000 on decorations every year

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Most of the elaborate decorations are erected not by homeowners, but by local decorating companies, including B&R Christmas Decorators and Creative Christmas Decorators. Small signs posted on each lawn signify which company was used.

Made famous in the PBS documentary Dyker Lights and seen on TLC’s Crazy Christmas Lights, the glitzy light displays draw more than 100,000 visitors each December.

The tradition began in the Eighties on 84th Street when resident Lucy Spada irritated the neighbors with her garden decorations.

But residents quickly decided that what they couldn’t beat, they would join. Now every year from the week after Thanksgiving to the first weekend in January, an eight-block section on the neighborhood’s south side becomes a glowing winter wonderland, with the corner with 12th Avenue having the highest concentration of festive lights in the area.

Houses display motorized dolls, miniature villages, giant snowman, moving carousels and thousands upon thousands of strung Christmas lights.

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