Jeanna Mason does not hide it – she is on a crusade against aging.
“I’m not really interested in aging the same way my mom and grandmother did,” said Masone, a certified nurse practitioner and aesthetic artist who today, Sept. 18, at 13 hours, will host the inauguration of its Botox. Beauty salon in Sayville.
“I will fight to the end,” she continued. “I would like to age my way and take control of aging. Make some adjustments here and there, where I feel good about myself – until the day I die.
For three years, Masone passed on his anti-aging bias to his clients while operating out of a studio in West Sayville. This month, she set up a new boutique in the heart of Main Street in Sayville.
The Botox Beauty Bar is located on the second floor of 49 Main St., above the current home of the popular Sayville Running Company and close to popular downtown destinations like the Aegen Cafe, Starbucks, Café Joelle and Ivory & Main Bridal Shop.
Masone, 37, is excited about the heavy foot traffic passing by her beauty palace, which offers botox treatments, face fillers, threads (which is a kind of mini-facelift), micro – needles and vampire facials, among other beauty and anti-aging. treatments.
“Not that botox is something you’ll do on a whim or on a walk-in basis,” said the mother-of-three in Sayville, “but maybe they’ll see my name and it will register in memory banks that I am local, that I am in town and that later people may want to contact me.
Masone firmly believes that downtown Sayville is a destination people go to when they want to invest in themselves “to look good and feel good”.
“There are so many lovely shops and spas and we have Cornucopia with great organic food,” said Masone, who received a master’s degree in nursing from Stony Brook University and specialized for about five years in cardiology as a nurse practitioner at St. Francis Hospital.
“People are in this mindset here of taking care of themselves,” she said. “Sayville is a destination where people come to prepare for weddings and other events. They are concerned about their health and their appearance.
Masone is excited to show off the luxurious new space at her grand opening event, which she calls an open house. She got a top fiddler and curated special treats from Main Street’s other new kid in the neighborhood, SAYville Cheese.
The botox bar will also offer on-site injection services, special rates on beauty packages, games and raffles during the event.
Easy appointment booking
To make an appointment at the Botox Beauty Bar, you can simply visit the bar website jeannamasone.com and choose your service and time. Easy peasy.
“I do whatever will make you look younger,” Masone pointed out. “I am a confident builder. I really try to highlight people’s great strengths and then accentuate the beautiful characteristics that God has already given them through small, subtle changes.
Masone turned to aesthetics, she said, as she had wanted to do her hair and makeup for a long time. With aesthetics, she found a hybrid role in which she was able to combine medicine and her passion for beauty.
“I have women who are 50, 60, and 70 – and they’re so beautiful and so glamorous,” Masone said. “And I don’t think people know their age. I think when you are so well groomed and go to the gym for your body and give injections for your face, you can control aging.
“I will do my non-invasive injectables until the moment I need my facelift, then I will do my facelift,” she continued. “I always want to be able to dress up and go out with my partner and friends and feel confident and attractive. I don’t think age really has an impact on beauty.
Photos above: Courtesy images.