The 5-Minute Skincation Ever look at a picture of yourself on vacation, looking and feeling great, and wish you were back there? Who wouldn’t want to exchange a few moments in a stressful day for a warm sandy beach, a campsite with friends, or sipping an espresso on a balcony in Tuscany? What if we […]Continue reading
Looking Back and Looking Forward….
Looking Back and Looking Forward…. What a year it’s been at Great Lengths. We celebrated some major milestones, gave our salon a makeover, and had a Vegas adventure! A quick look back… We had two big anniversaries this year. Great Lengths marked 15 years in business, and Lindsay and Jason celebrated ten years as stylists […]Continue reading
Christmas Shopping at Great Lengths!
Making Your List, Checking It Twice… Looking to get a head start on your holiday shopping? We can help you cross a few names off your list. We’ve got some amazing new products along with classics that are always welcome under the tree. Walton Wood Farm. New to GLHG this year, the […]Continue reading
Sugar and Skin: Put the Kibosh on Cravings and Aging Skin with Healthy Substitutes
Caramel popcorn, hot fudge sundaes, soda, or ice cream: most of us succumb to our sweet tooth now and again. But when cravings become more frequent or too strong, it’s time to reconsider our food choices. More and more studies are showing that sugar is not our friend. When it comes to our skin, studies […]Continue reading
Shake Up Your Beauty Routine with Sea Salt
Ready to shake up your beauty routine? If you have not yet opted for the health benefits of sea salt in your kitchen, you may want to consider adding it to your shopping list. Like many conveniences these days, our table salt has been heavily processed, leaving very little food value. Sea salt, on the […]Continue reading
Pomegranates: From Ancient Times to Today’s Table
The pomegranate has joined the growing list of modern super foods. Like other contenders for the title, they provide innumerable health benefits. Early Bronze Age excavations in 3500-2000 BC suggest that the pomegranate was one of the first fruits ever to be cultivated by man. Later, pharaohs specifically requested the placement of pomegranates in their […]Continue reading