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better brows…

do you often wish you had better eyebrows?  do you often wish your eyes would pop more?

at domani we often tell guests that one of the most important pieces of doing your makeup is filling in your brows (and lips, always lips)!!!

you have a couple different options:  using pencils, gels, eye shadows, tinting or coloring them, or tattooing them.

Here are your options:

we either use pencils, eye shadows or often just simply tint them with eyebrow color.  This is a really quick, inexpensive service that you can do each time you get your haircut, colored or even just make an appointment just for your brows.

we always recommend to a guest, let us use shadow and show you how amazing your face and eyes light up when filling in your brows.  once you get comfortable with that, lets TINT your brows just once.  if you don’t love it (which you will), then go back to filling in with a shadow.  But it does save time each morning & you can swim, sweat, whatever without worrying about your brows!

current pricing is as follows:

brow wax: $16

brow tint: $15

brow wax & tint together: $25

so, for just $9 more, add a brow tint to your next wax and wait to be amazed!

call to schedule: 920-262-8333

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support local… win a free massage

Domani salon and spa supports Humane society of Jefferson County

for each item you donate from their wish list, your name will be

entered to win a FREE 60 minute relaxing massage!

bring your item(s) to domani between March 3 & April 2, 2016!

 

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Food & Treats

We primarily feed Purina food to the shelter animals. Cats are given canned food each morning and dogs get a little bit of canned mixed in with their meals. Canned food is often given to both cats and dogs with medications as well. Our dogs also get treats and rawhides daily. We also feed the large community of wild birds that live on the shelter grounds.

  • Purina ONE Adult Premium Dog Food (Lamb & Rice, Chicken & Rice, or Beef & Rice varieties preferred)
  • Purina ONE Adult Premium Cat Food (Chicken & Turkey or Indoor Advantage varieties preferred)
  • Purina ONE Healthy Puppy
  • Purina ONE Healthy Kitten
  • Canned dog food
  • Canned cat food
  • Canned kitten food
  • Hot dogs (used for training and administering medication)
  • Probiotics for cats
  • Fido-Vite
  • KMR brand powdered kitten milk replacer
  • Soft dog treats (no biscuits, please)
  • Rawhides (made in the USA)
  • Wild bird seed and suet (for our indoor feline bird watchers)
  • Sponsor for one year supply of dog or cat food ($500.00)Each day every dog is given multiple clean blankets for a bed and clean toys to play with. Cats always get a clean blanket to lie on, toys to play with, and a stuffed animal or small blanket to snuggle with.

Bedding & Toys

  • Cat toys (plastic balls, glitter balls, stuffed mice, etc.)
  • Squeaky dog toys
  • Kong toys
  • Quilts, blankets, and rugs
  • Carpet squares
  • Retractable leashes for large dogs
  • Solid colored fleece blankets
  • Small blankets (approximately the size of receiving blankets)
  • Stretch and Scratch (available at stretchandscratch.com)
  • Humaniac Scratch Bricks (available at animal-care.com)
  • Elevated cat beds (available at kuranda.com or check out the DIY version at sheltermedicine.com)The shelter animals receive clean bedding and toys every day, which results in a lot of dirty laundry, at least 16 loads a day! We use bleach in almost all aspects of cleaning around the shelter. Bleach is used in washing dishes, in every load of laundry, and in washing cages and kennels.

Laundry & Cleaning Supplies

  • Liquid laundry detergent
  • Bleach
  • Dryer sheets
  • Jungle Jake (sold at Blain’s Farm & Fleet)
  • Garbage bags (13 gallon, 39 gallon, and 42 gallon sizes are preferred)
  • Towels and washcloths
  • Paper towels
  • Laundry baskets
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Stainless steel wipes

Office Supplies

  • Sharpie permanent markers
  • Highlighters (yellow and orange preferred)
  • White and colored copy paper
  • Postage stamps
  • Post-it notes
  • Self-sealing laminating pouches
  • White-out pens
  • Heavy-duty paper shredder
  • Cardstock
  • Mailing labels (Avery 5160 preferred)
  • Yellow, dark blue, and orange pocket folders

Other Supplies

  • Gas cards
  • Quart & gallon size ziplock bags
  • Large totes with lids
  • Pop-up tents
  • Heating pads
  • Aluminum cans
  • Temporary foster homes for cats and kittens
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