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Seattle’s Beauty Secrets Revealed

We tapped into the city’s trendsetting stylists and in-demand dermatologists for the latest in new technology, innovative locally made products, and new treatments and trends that will help you achieve a look that makes you feel good and look good

By Andrew Hoge and Chelsea Lin April 15, 2019

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This article originally appeared in the April 2019 issue of Seattle magazine.

This article appears in print in the April 2019 issue, as part of the Local Beauty Secrets cover story. Click here to subscribe.

Seattle has long been criticized for its, shall we say, relaxed sense of style. The upside of that is we embrace a natural look—less makeup, more appreciation for beauty in all its colors and sizes. But if you think that means Northwest women (and men, for that matter) aren’t getting a little work done here and there, you’re so wrong.

As Seattle continues to evolve, so do the opportunities to explore our personal style and to put our best foot—er, face—forward. And just because you don’t want to go the nip-and-tuck route doesn’t mean there aren’t opportunities for improving your natural assets. We tapped into the city’s trendsetting stylists and in-demand dermatologists for the latest in new technology, innovative locally made products, and new treatments and trends that will help you achieve a look that makes you feel good and look good.

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