Beauty Boutiques: Getting Gorgeous without Feeling Frazzled

The world of beauty can be daunting to navigate. While it’s true having thousands of brands to choose from can be a blessing, the painstaking quest to find the perfect lotion, mascara or cleanser can often feel like a curse. So what’s a diva to do? Ask the experts! 

Beauty boutiques are more than just glorified drug stores these days and they’re popping up all across the country. With all your beauty needs elegantly tucked under one roof and specialists eager to assist you in finding the right makeup, shampoo and cream, your cosmetic shopping experience may actually become the most coveted part of your day.

Q&A with Nathan Rosh, co-owner of Beauty Loops

How did the idea for Beauty Loops come about?

    Our customers do not have the time to travel to busy malls, search for a parking space and try to find someone to help them.  We provide our customers with one stop shopping in an upscale modern environment.   

How do the experts at shops like Beauty Loops help overwhelmed customers find products that are right for them?

        We have a highly trained staff with many years of work experience including in-house aesthetician, makeup artist, and hair stylist who go through regular training sessions. We spend as much time as possible asking questions to figure out what our customers' needs are.  It is not unheard of for one of our experts to spend 30 minutes with one person talking about and showing an array of products. 

How does your boutique choose which products to carry?

     We wanted to provide our customers with affordable luxury and quality products.  We are constantly searching for new lines to add to our apothecary.  Beauty Loops only carries lines that are cruelty free and we have a nice collection of organic products, which come from different parts of the world.   

What are some of the lines?

    We have many numerous lines for cosmetics, skincare, hair and body. Smashbox, Stila, Dermalogica, Murad, Moroccan Oil, Phyto, Philosophy, Bliss, and Olivina to name a few. 

Beauty Loops

1757 S Elena Ave

Redondo Beach, CA 90277


Other beauty boutiques to check out in the Los Angeles area:

Larchmont Beauty

From personalized skin care treatment to waxing, it’s no wonder their motto is, “If there were a church of cosmetology, Larchmont Beauty Center would be its Vatican.” Need they say more?

208 N Larchmont Blvd

Los Angeles, Ca 90004


Planet Beauty

With 28 boutiques, you’re bound to find a convenient location. A bevy of highly trained “beauty buffs,” as they’re referred to, are ready to assist with all of your cosmetic needs. 

Various locations including

23637 Calabasas Rd

Calabasas, CA 91302

Wilshire Beauty

From baby products to hair dryers, this shop has it all. Their helpful and knowledgeable staff carefully selects and believes in each product and will even help you locate a similar item if your favorite is discontinued. 

5401 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles 90036

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