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Find Your Red-Carpet Style for the Frostiball

February 1, 2012

This weekend on Feb. 4, downtown Madison’s annual glam gala, the Frostiball, is returning to the Overture Center for another year of gown-gazing, mingling, dancing and enjoying entertainment from the likes of The Doug Brown Trio. If you have your finest duds ready for the big night but are still wondering how to complete your look with an elegant up-do, Alan Koa Salon is rolling out the red-carpet this week for Frostiball attendees with special beauty deals.

Past Frostiball attendees showing off their elegant look

In celebration of their new location at 202 State St., across the street from the Overture Center, they are offering Frostiball specials all this week. Present a Frostiball ticket and you can receive 15 percent off any cut, color, nail services or lash extensions. On Feb. 4, the salon will treat customers to an up-do, make-up application and shellac manicure (and the star treatment with champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries) for $145.

Whether you’ll be glamming it up at the Frostiball or another black-tie event, the stylists at Alan Koa Salon offer these tips for going glam: Embrace this year’s trend with soft and feminine up-dos paired with vintage jewels. Keep your makeup soft and natural, but don’t be afraid of a strong lip color that will pop. As for your nails, red never goes out of style, but mix it up with jewel tones such as purple or navy.

For more information on these specials and their services, call Alan Koa Salon at (608) 284-1956 or visit alankoa.com.

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