En Dentelle aims to be a resource for brides and has pop-up events scheduled throughout the year.
Most tourists come to the Island looking for a week of relaxation. Morgan Richardson (nee Ladd) found a lifelong love.
About seven years ago, Hayley Edwards, who was born and raised on Hilton Head Island, was working at a law firm in Columbia, S.C. Stephen Pournaras was a third-year medical student at the University...
Ordained by Pod: The Lowcountry’s resident ace reporter and her trusty producer took a moment away from their ultra-popular podcast to tie the knot.
Mandy Matney and David Moses have never tended to follow tradition. The most obvious example would be the way they parlayed Matney’s extensive reporting into the Murdaugh family into a smash hit...
As we hear up to bring back CH2’s Bachelor of the Year contest and party in 2022, our thoughts wandered to our past candidates. So, for this February month of LOVE, we figured we would check in on some of our former Bachelor & Bachelorettes, to see how they found “their lobster,” (this is a Friends reference for the pop-culture deficient) when they knew she was “the one,” and what they think they key to a happy marriage is.
Kennedy Geyer Bella Santé Esthetics What is your specialty? Acne and anti-aging. Acne is something I’m extremely passionate about because it’s not only physically painful but emotionally as well....
Nobody said life on Earth would be easy. Some days, it seems that the very air is charged with invisible stress ions that try our patience, tense our necks, wrinkle our faces and ravage our bodies. Have you ever wanted to stop the world and get off? Now you can at Whisper Creek Spa.
Since they opened in 2015, Hilton Head’s locally owned and operated Namaste Spa, located at Marriott’s Barony Beach Club, has always been considered a luxurious retreat, offering clients a certain level of well-appointed service. Recently, however, the spa has undergone a complete makeover, and as one would expect from a boutique spa housed inside one of the island’s most prestigious resorts, the transformation is a huge success. Now, more than ever, locals and visitors alike are enjoying Namaste’s upgraded serenity, space, and specialized service.
Business is Blooming: Now in its sixth year under new ownership, Flowers by Sue came out of 2020 smelling like a rose.
We think we can speak for everyone when we say that this year, the phrase Happy New Year carries a little bit more meaning. Now no longer just a simple greeting for the first few weeks of January, Happy New Year feels a little bit more like a blessing.
Where Hair Meets Art: Local stylist with a flair for hair enters the industry’s most prestigious competition
Who would imagine that a dog cone wrapped in hair could be a work of art? Local hairstylist Erica Horton would! She also found chicken wire and Styrofoam to be helpful props when creating her first collection of competition hair, designed to look like hats.
Advanced Aesthetics Academy: Offering basic esthetics, advanced esthetics, continuing education courses, licensed esthetic courses
Advanced Aesthetics Academy is gearing up for an exciting curriculum expansion with new programs being announced soon. Now, more than ever, this is a beneficial time for students to familiarize themselves with an academy that can move them into their professional future and advance their earning potential.
A Wedding Story: One beautiful day in November saw two people come together as man and wife. This is their story.
When it comes to telling the story of the day Kimberly Cardone and Matthew McNab became man and wife, the pictures you see here will do most of the heavy lifting. You need only glance at these pages...
Since the days of Cleopatra, rudimentary eyelash embellishments, often concocted of sticky, smelly substances, were a part of women’s beauty rituals. In 1872, French perfumer Eugene Rimmel did us all a favor when he invented the world’s first commercially available mascara made from petroleum jelly and coal dust. Well, ladies, we’ve come a long way!