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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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

’tis the season……

Sally's girls in the snow

When I think back to the holiday seasons of my childhood – I remember my parents littering the air with allsorts of colorful expletives. While I looked forward to Christmas with desperate anticipation – my parents got more and more stressed. I totally couldn’t understand why they didn’t want to drive 4 hours huddled up in a volkswagon beattle to visit with the family. I also remember that was back in the day when people smoked in the car…….and even despite that I was desperate to make the trip.

But, now I’m a grown up with kids of my own I start to get it. It’s a lot of pressure. The shopping, the cooking, the parties – not wanting to disappoint little peoples fantasies – not wanting to miss anything out. It starts to be a bit of a slog. Then to make it even worse I hear some editor on TV from some life simplification magazine yakking away about how I should serve a frozen lasagna to everyone and wrap my gifts in a bit of brown paper bag and some yarn from the re-cycling dumpster. All this life simplification just seems to make everything even more complicated – it is better for me to just do something properly rather than  spending even more time working out how to simplify.

This year the festive madness seems to have started really early. I’ve already been to a tree lighting replete with reindeers to be petted, skating with Santa, too many movies of a holiday theme that my kids insist of wtching back to back – including at least five viewings of “Elf”…..and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. The show was amazing but it practically gave me a heart attack sheilding my children from the ferocious geriatric crowd – it was like a free for all at a florida early-bird buffet……. I am so grateful for internet shopping – I am so slow to pick up on things that this is the first year I’ve really done it. How could I have not done this before…….

And parties…..normally  I make it to about the 20th of December before feeling this over indulged – I am definitely getting old – it is only December 6th and I feel like I need to go up a mountain and drink green tea for about a month. If only I could show some self restraint. I shall try to do better.

Last Sunday we woke up to a soft sprinking of snow. By my house we have a couple of little bunny hills. At around 9am my husband and I dragged our little girls through the snow on their little sleigh- it was just a dusting but because it was Sunday it hadn’t been driven over and dirtied up. We spent about an hour up and down the hill – my two year old was laughing just so delighted to be out in the first snow. That was what I call pure pleasure. 1 hour out of all the craziness and commotion – and seeing the little ones having a really great time. Do you remember being a kid – and being desperate to taste the snow, touch the snow, be one with the snow! I guess I’m not completely jaded after all!

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