Merle Norman Cosmetics is a leading brand of premium skin care, foundations and color cosmetic products. This studio also offers high-end couture clothing by "Xiaolin" and jewelry and gift ideas from Wisconsin artisans.
In addition to her role as Spa owner, Beth will offer services including relaxing facials, back treatments, microdermabrasion, and dermaplaning. Beth, an oncology-trained esthetician, will also offer safe, custom Spa services for health compromised clients.
Jeanne Mullen, a licensed massage therapist for 29 years is also oncology-trained and will be joining the Merle Norman staff in July of this year. Beth said, “Jeanne is very passionate about helping and healing her clients. I don’t know of anyone with a bigger heart than Jeanne. I am excited for her to come aboard!” Jeanne offers a wide range of massage therapies including Swedish, Deep Pressure, prenatal and infant massage. She also offers cupping therapy, rotator cuff release and ionizing foot baths.
Current customers have already had the pleasure of working with Kati. Kati holds a Cosmetology Manager license and has been working in the beauty industry since 2001. She has been with Merle Norman since 2016. When talking about Kati, Beth stated, “Kati’s work is supreme. She is meticulous in everything she does. I am very lucky to have her by my side in our new location.” Kati offers eyelash extensions, lash lift, Brow tinting, facial waxing, and microblading.
To round out her spa offerings, Merle Norman in Oconomowoc recently partnered with Plastic Surgery Associates in Waukesha. This will allow for Botox and fillers to be done at the Oconomowoc Merle Norman.
In addition to cosmetics, skin care and services, Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio will also offer wigs. Beth spoke of her decision to start carrying wigs at her Oconomowoc studio, “When I realized both Jeanne and I were oncology trained, I thought of how we could offer more to those clients. Wigs were my first thought. I did some researching and found a void in our community- from Pewaukee all the way to Madison!”