After weathering shutdown, Perfect 10 Beauty Bar resumes signature cosmetic services, technical training

Perfect 10 Beauty Bar
Esthetician Melissa Reyes gives a client a facial treatment. (Courtesy Trox Photography)

Esthetician Melissa Reyes gives a client a facial treatment. (Courtesy Trox Photography)

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A Perfect 10 client receives an eyebrow treatment at the beauty bar. (Courtesy Trox Photography)
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Perfect 10 Beauty Bar founder and owner Logan Lopez opened the business in 2016. (Courtesy Trox Photography)
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Perfect 10 opened its new 1,400-square-foot salon in December. (Courtesy Trox Photography)
Logan Lopez, founder and owner of Perfect 10 Beauty Bar, said she began developing her business concept after experiencing the benefits of microblading treatments—an eyebrow-enhancing process—for the first time and venturing into the beauty industry. Since Perfect 10’s launch in 2016, microblading has become one of the salon’s signature offerings, and Lopez said she has steadily grown her business to offer new services inspired by her passions and her clients’ needs.

“Me personally, it started with eyebrows,” Lopez said. “I realized how amazing the [microblading] treatment was and how it just helped me so much in the morning time and feeling confident without makeup. ... I had mine done, and I [said], ‘You know what, why not try it?’”

Lopez said she established Perfect 10 with a background in the service industry, which she left to build her own salon.

Lopez initially built the salon around its central microblading service, an eyebrow enhancement involving a semipermanent tattooing process. Even with her own experiences with the treatment and its positive response, Lopez said she decided to further expand Perfect 10’s scope.

“All my clients were coming to me asking for advice on skin,” she said. “I always struggled with my own skin problems, so that’s when I went to esthetician school and I [said], ‘Instead of just doing microblading, I’d love to offer all these other services that my clients are wanting.’”


The salon has begun offering additional services such as eyebrow waxing and pinching, permanent lip and eyeliner treatments, facials, waxing, skin tightening, microneedling and dermaplaning.

Perfect 10 also has several skin care products available to purchase, and Lopez provides training courses for clients interested in both beauty strategies and entrepreneurship.

During the salon’s closure from March 27-May 18 due to COVID-19, Lopez said she expanded her online product offerings and curbside service while continuing to add to her online training courses for clients.

The salon now allows an extra 15 minutes between appointments for full sanitization and has several other safety measures in place, Lopez said. That includes maintaining strict appointment timing, placing hand-washing stations throughout the salon and requiring clients to wear masks.

Personal training

Perfect 10 Beauty Bar owner Logan Lopez said she has spent years developing training courses for individuals interested in learning more about cosmetology. Perfect 10 Academy hands-on training instructional sessions are offered throughout the year.

July training schedule:

Three-day microblading courses

July 16-18

July 29-31

Two-day ombre eyebrows course

July 23-24

Source: Perfect 10 Beauty Bar/Community Impact Newspaper

Perfect 10 Beauty Bar

26406 Oak Ridge Drive, Ste. 106,

The Woodlands

www.perfect10beautybar.net

Hours: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily by online appointment only
By Vanessa Holt
A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of that paper in March 2017 and editor of The Woodlands edition in January 2019.


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