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1600 Normandy Ct #106
Lincoln, NE 68512

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Lash Extensions available at Body Nouveaux Spa in Lincoln, NE

Ashley Pavlish

Full Set Classic Lash Extension $140 (2hr)


Classic - method used where 1 lash extension is applied to 1 natural lash creating a beautiful simple look

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* please arrive to your appointment with clean makeup free lashes

Full Set Hybrid Lash Extension. $150 (2hr)

*please arrive to your appointment with clean makeup free lashes

Hybrid - method used where classic and volume fans of 3 or more lash extensions are mixed together to create a fuller fluffier and more subtle appearance. This is the most popular of lash styles and can be customized

*please arrive to your appointment with clean makeup free lashes

Courtney doing Lash Extensions

Courtney doing Lash Extensions

Full Set Volume Lash Extension $ 180. (2.5hr)


Volume - method used where fans are applied to every natural lash to create a full dramatic appearance.

Look at those eyes!

Look at those eyes!

Fills 2 week lash extension $50 (1.5 hr) :

Look how these lashes open up her eyes!

Look how these lashes open up her eyes!

As your natural lashes shed through your lash cycle it is recommended to fill your lash extensions. Maintenance is typically 2 weeks however it varies from client to client at 1 to 3 weeks. Price will reflect how long a fill takes.

Look at this Beauty!

Look at this Beauty!




💜💜 LASH EXTENSION AFTERCARE 💜💜

• Do not get lashes wet for the first 24 hours
• Use only water-based makeup & makeup remover 
• Do not use oil based eye makeups, or water proof mascara  
• Do not lift, tint, or use an eyelash curler
• Avoid pulling on extensions or rubbing on eyes
• Always seek a licensed esthetican if you'd like your extensions removed 
• Cleanse your lashes with a mild baby shampoo or lash cleanser 
• Brush those gorgeous extensions

Facials available in our Beauty Bar Area!

Ashley Pavlish

 NEW SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT!

We are so excited to announce we have added a new concept to our Beauty Bar Area. 

Caitlyn is now offering Express Mini Facialsfor all of you who are always on the GO!  You can even pair it up with a Pedicure and she will get you in for 2 services!

2 SERVICES and she will still get you in and out in an HOUR!

We know we are ALL so busy!   I mean yes,  we would all love to spend 4 hours at the spa, but sometimes its hard to do, ha!  

 So we got to thinking, can we offer 

multiple services that allows you to treat yourself, but keep it under an hour?  AND YES WE CAN!  

Beauty Bar Facial : $35 (30 MINS.)

Book your Beauty Bar Facial today!

Book your Beauty Bar Facial today!

 BEAUTY BAR FACIAL Need the benefits of a Facial, but short on time? Try our Beauty Bar Facial, 30 minutes full of relaxation!  Includes: Deep Cleanse, Mask, Massage, Serum & Moisturize 

Beauty Bar Facial + Pedicure :  $60 (1 HOUR)

Book a Beauty Bar Express Facial and receive a Pedicure! Two services and be out the door in an 1 HOUR!  Our Beauty Bar Express Facial is catered to those busy bodies.  Come cozy on up in a recliner and  enjoy an express facial which will include  Cleanse Image Skincare Detox Mask or Skin-firming Mask 5 Min. Facial Massage and ends with your serum and SPF.  AS you are relaxing with your facial your  feet will soak and prep for your pedicure.After your facial your esthetician will clean file and paint.

Pedicure Add-ons include:  Scrub: $5 will add extra 5 mins. to your time.  Foot and Leg Massage: $10 + extra 10 mins. to your time 

Heel Glaze: $3 + 5 mins to your time   
For the MONTH OF JULY, BOOK either of our NEW Beauty Bar Services + Purchase 2 IMAGE SKINCARE products  and receive this cute bag for FREE!!!!



Body Nouveaux Spa is a proud carrier of Image Skincare Products in Lincoln, NE

Ashley Pavlish

Hey Friends, you and your skins health is very important to us at Body Nouveaux Spa. Check out this read from Image Skincare about the best ways to protect your skin! Photo and Blog credited to Image Skincare.

Did we mention these sunscreens smell amazing!

Did we mention these sunscreens smell amazing!

As May was Skin Cancer Awareness Month and as we’re heading straight into summer—we thought it’d be a great time to remind ourselves of how important it is to protect our skin (not just make it glow!). The truth is, skin cancer is one of the most preventable types of cancer. Yet, more than 5 million cases are diagnosed every year. In fact, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70, and more people are diagnosed with skin cancer in the United States than all other cancers combined.

What causes skin cancer? Sun exposure is a big risk factor. Approximately 90% of nonmelanoma skin cancers and 85% of melanoma skin cancers are caused by excessive UV exposure. The difference between nonmelanoma and melanoma has to do with commonality and danger. Melanoma is less common than nonmelanoma skin cancers like basal cell skin cancers and squamous cell skin cancers. However, melanoma is much more dangerous because it can spread to other parts of the body if it’s not detected early enough. This makes it harder to treat once it has spread.

Even though skin cancer has reached epidemic proportions, many people still seem to take it seriously. Indoor tanning (more than 419,000 cases of skin cancer each year are linked to this in the United States) and outdoor tanning remain popular, as many people really seem to prefer to have that “bronze glow” that continues to be coveted.] Unfortunately, this desire for a certain look can have very serious health ramifications. 

It also doesn’t really matter if you are light-skinned or dark-skinned. Although people with more melanin in their skin are less likely to burn as fast as someone who is very fair, they can and do still burn. Paradoxically, because they have more melanin and don’t burn as easily as someone of a lighter complexion, they may eschew using sunscreen altogether, and this in turn results in more cases of skin cancer. So if you do have a darker complexion, please don’t skimp on sunscreen and other sun protection measures.

Furthermore, although the risk of skin cancer may not be taken very seriously by many people, it is so easy to prevent as long as you limit your time in the sun, wear hats and other protective clothing and always wear sunscreen. In this piece, we’ll discuss how you can best prevent skin cancer and help educate others as well.

Skin Cancer Protection Measures

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, regular daily use of a sunscreen of at least SPF (sun protection factor) 15 can reduce the risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer by approximately 40%. The same degree of SPF can reduce the risk of melanoma by 50%.

Note that SPF measures sunscreen protection only from UVB rays, which are the type of sun’s rays that cause skin to burn and turn red and that contribute to skin cancer. UVA rays are the type of rays that are associated with accelerating skin aging and causing aging concerns like wrinkles and skin laxity but is also known to contribute to skin cancer. This is why it’s important to use a sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays.

Although sunscreen is extremely important to apply every day whether the sun is bright or the sky is overcast (always remember that sunlight penetrates clouds), you should also always wear sunglasses, a wide-brimmed hat and clothing that covers most of your body. 

Seek shady areas, even if you’re by the pool (a large umbrella works nicely), and limit your time in the sun between the hours of 10am and 2pm when the sun is strongest. 

The Best Sunscreens 

Since spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging, regularly using a sunscreen with a broad-spectrum protection will help reduce the risk.

As previously stated, wearing sunscreen will only reduce skin cancer risk by about 40 to 50%, which is why other sun protective measures are so important. It is also absolutely crucial to apply sunscreen thoroughly all over your body if you’re going swimming, to wait at least 15 minutes after application before venturing out into the sunlight and to reapply at least every two hours if not more frequently. If you have spent a lot of time in the water, toweled off or sweated quite a bit, you should reapply sunscreen right away.

Below are two options to consider that are excellent for daily use:

Image Skincare PREVENTION+ Daily Hydrating Moisturizer SPF 30+ — This is a great sunscreen moisturizer to apply after a serum and before you do your makeup. It is a mineral sunscreen with a special type of zinc oxide that offers protection from UVB/UVA rays without giving skin that unwanted white pallor so often associated with mineral sunscreens.


Image Skincare PREVENTION+ Daily Matte SPF 32+ Oil Free Moisturizer – If you’re concerned with looking greasy or shiny after using sunscreen, this is a great choice for you. This particular SPF moisturizer will leave skin looking beautifully matte without any unwanted shine. It’s also oil-free, which means you won’t have to worry about breaking out after use.

What is your favorite SPF?  Not sure, we can help!

What is your favorite SPF? Not sure, we can help!