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May 22, 2018

New in Waikiki: Star Beauty Room



On the recommendation of a trusted friend, I went to see Kiyoko at Star Beauty Room in Waikiki.  I am all about facials and massages and always willing to try a reputable spa.  Kiyoko is trained and licensed in Japan and Hawaii as an esthetician and massage therapist specializing in the newest forms of facial treatments and techniques from Japan.    

Her room is located inside of Aqua Nail on Seaside Avenue across from Ross'.  There is a private lot for the building and she validates parking.  When I arrived, I filled out a couple of forms and she asked me what kind of pressure I preferred for my massage.  I also picked out an aromatherapy oil at this time.  

The massage by Kiyoko exceeded my expectations!  The pressure she used was perfect.  To be honest, I was quite surprised how strong she is.  I also liked that she made sure to check with me how I liked the pressure.  She was discreet the entire time and I felt very comfortable.  I was trying very hard not to fall asleep even as she was working out the terrible knots I have - that's how relaxing it was.

I then flipped over for my one hour Brilliance Facial, which is a basic facial plus the use of microcurrent and LED light therapy.  The microcurrent took a little getting used to, but it's not painful nor does it require any down time.  Usually when I get extractions done, it's not a relaxing experience but Kiyoko uses a machine that suctions the impurities so it doesn't hurt one bit.  The facial was absolutely dreamy and felt wonderful.  My skin felt plump and hydrated and looked visibly improved.  I was truly impressed.

If you are looking for a new massage therapist or esthetician, I highly recommend Kiyoko!  Booking an appointment on her website was super easy and she's currently offering special prices so book soon!

Star Beauty Room
334 Seaside Ave. Suite 304A Aqua Nails
808-388-3576
starbeautyroomhawaii.com

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