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Scheduling multiple appointments within a week is against our policy. You will be charged full price if more than 1 appointment is booked within this time frame. If you book an appointment under your name for another person, you will be responsible for that charge. If you need to book more than 1 appointment within a weeks time, please call the salon to book the additional appointment.

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When you are scheduling your tan online and have a voucher, make sure you choose the Voucher company name in the
section where you have to choose your tan
example: Gilt single tan, Gilt 2 pack
next, make sure you enter the voucher code.

All clients,must enter a valid credit card number in order to schedule an appointment. Even if you have a package or voucher.
Once you enter your voucher information, you will only be charged tax on that voucher.( $1.12 per session).
If you have a package, the system will recognize that and will not charge you.

In order to book an appointment with us, you must create an online account with full name, phone number, email address and credit card information,. If you have difficulty doing this, we can help you over the phone.
Once you schedule your appointment, you will receive an email confirmation.

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Please Read Before You Schedule
Your Appointment
Cancellation Policy

All Appointments must be cancelled within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment. If you do not cancel within 24 hours, you will be charged full price.

Multiple Appointments

Scheduling multiple appointments within a week is against our policy. You will be charged full price if more than 1 appointment is booked within this time frame. If you book an appointment under your name for another person, you will be responsible for that charge. If you need to book more than 1 appointment within a weeks time, please call the salon to book the additional appointment.

Vouchers/Packages

Vouchers and Packages can only be used in the location they were purchased for or in. Please make sure you only book your appointment in the location that is listed on your voucher or in the location you purchased your package. If any appointment is made with a voucher for another salon location, you will be charged full price for your tan.

IMPORTANT:

When you are scheduling your tan online and have a voucher, make sure you choose the Voucher company name in the
section where you have to choose your tan
example: Gilt single tan, Gilt 2 pack
next, make sure you enter the voucher code.

All clients,must enter a valid credit card number in order to schedule an appointment. Even if you have a package or voucher.
Once you enter your voucher information, you will only be charged tax on that voucher.( $1.12 per session).
If you have a package, the system will recognize that and will not charge you.

In order to book an appointment with us, you must create an online account with full name, phone number, email address and credit card information,. If you have difficulty doing this, we can help you over the phone.
Once you schedule your appointment, you will receive an email confirmation.

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The Glow Bar Blog

Starting the documentary

So I am in the midst of rehearsing with my new dance group. A bunch of ladies from their 20’s to 60’s – who love to dance. We are all gathering together to prepare a dance performance to the Bette Midler song “I’m beautiful” which we will perform in the Pocono Mountains. The kind of twist is – many of the women have never danced a day in their life – let alone performed in public.

 

The other big twist is that this time around we are filming this experience for a documentary (the working title is “On Stage” and the company we are working with is called Figaro Films.)  I really have a hunch that we have a cute story. We have had two go-arounds with the dance group before – and both times the rehearsals and the breakthroughs and the gorgeous ultimate performance have been so charming and heartwarming. But it is all very well to say you want to do a documentary – and then when it actually happens there various questionable things to consider.

 

For example. Nobody in a documentary comes off as very glamorous. Do I really want to be that person in close up with giant pores and yellow teeth? I have this friend Dame Lori. She is a fashion stylist, totally fabulous, she styles allsorts of people for god knows what and every year hosts one of the best parties in NYC called “Divas Shop for Opera” along with Patricia Feld. I asked her to come to my house and have an intervention with my closet.

 

It was humbling. She went in. Drew a sharp disdainful breath and then started recklessly tossing clothes into piles.

  1. Beneath me
  2. Too juvenile
  3. Polyester

Hmmm. There were about 4 garments left hanging in the closet. It is true I do gravitate towards pink sparkly things that probably would be better suited to a nine year old. I did not take it personally. Hell – I am totally up for change. However I am so traumatized by the experience I do not have the courage to shop for anything else – so I will be the one in the documentary wearing just a minimalistic bra and jeans. I recounted this story to my genius father who reminded me that any attempt to intervene in my personal appearance for a documentary is futile – you are supposed to look like your crazy self – otherwise you should be filming an infomercial. Double hmmm.

 

Then I had another enlightening moment in yoga class. I take yoga from the profoundly wise Elena Brower at Virayoga. I actually take the class more for the things that fall out of this woman’s mouth…she has an uncanny knack of uttering precisely the right sentence at the right time. She was talking about breathing and how to use breath to create space within the body. Taking it a step further she was telling us that we could use that space to not react to everything because it is exhausting and stressful to run around just reacting to every little thing. And then she said something along the lines of “just allow yourself to be a PRESENCE in the room – not the reaction”. Isn’t that glamorous? Oh my god. That thought wafted through my head for about three seconds. I imagined myself in the documentary floating around like Diana Vreeland or someone sensational – just being A PRESENCE. But then I wondered, would that really be very interesting? I have a sense that it is those moments when we are in a tizzy of reaction – that we are probably quite watchable…

 

So I am going to do my best to suspend disbelief and try and forget the camera is in the room.

 

Oh! I have one other thing I want to address in my blog. I had an idea for a brilliant invention. I think somebody should make a Tempurpedic bra. Mark my words Victoria’s Secret and Tempurpedic  will hear of this and understand my genius. Just think how comfortable your boobs would be being carried around all day on their own personalized Tempurpedic mattress – and from another perspective – have you ever put your finger on a tempurpedic mattress and squooshed it? The possibilities for this bra are endless.

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