I’m not the only spa girl doing major traveling. As we speak, gal pal, fellow pageant contestant and Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is campaigning across the US with John McCain.
Sarah is obviously a woman who cares about her appearance. In fact, when at home she has her hair cut and colored at the Beehive Beauty Shop and treks to Juneau for manis and pedis at the Rejuvenation Salon and Day Spa. She even appeared in Vogue magazine.
Her personal style is inspiring imitation, though I think she’s intentionally channelling old-school librarian vibes. Do you think our country is really ready for a “glam” woman VP and possible leader of the free world. . . No way.
But still, wig company, wigsalon.com has crafted several “Sarah” wigs and they are selling quicker than they can make them. Oh, and those round glasses, looks like I can get out my high school specs, foregoing my fave Chanels! Click here to check out the wigs.
After Tina Fey’s recent parody, I wouldn’t be surprised to have a bunch of Sarahs visit me this Halloween.
Politics aside, there is no way such a style maven is going to tour for months without some R&R and primping. Have you seen her skin? It’s porcelain and perfect. And her hair is gorgeously highlighted with deep chestnut tones.
I know she has a team of stylists with her. . .but if she didn’t, or if she needed to escape the campaign madness for a few hours, I’d like to know:
Where would Sarah spa? & What treatments would she have?
Here’s my educated guess of where Mrs. Palin might get her nails tended or her roots mended, stop by stop on the campaign trail . . . . Click on the Spa Name to take a Virtual Visit there:
Aug. 31 Jackson, Mississippi
The Aqua Day Spa (Voted best spa in Mississippi by Mississippi Magazine.)
The newly minted VP candidate must be so excited and crazed by the media hailstorm coming her way so I’m thinking she would indulge in “The Stress Buster” package which includes an aromatherapy facial, warm body masque and a 30 minute massage.
Sept.3 Republican National Convention, St. Paul, Minnesota
Wanting to look her best for her acceptance speech, Sarah visits the Solimar Wellness Spa for some cosmetic services, The Healthy Aging Manicure, Foot Facial, hair style & deep condition and a mineral makeup application.
Sept. 5 Sterling Heights, Michigan
After so many days on the road, chances are Sarah’s skin may be a bit dehydrated, so she visits this medical spa for a Pumpkin Facial which includes exfoliating enzymes to inject moisture and hep her skin keep it’s porcelain, glowing finish.
Sept. 6 Colorado Springs, Colorado
This cozy spa has a homey atmosphere with a Southwestern design that reflects its surroundings to help Sarah renew herself after so many hectic days. Here she indulges in the Tuscan Wine Antioxidant Massage, which begins with a Chianti & Grapeseed Scrub, then is finished with a massage to enhance the wine’s effects. One and a half hours long, sure to be an antidote to campaign stress. Oh and don’t forget to drink a glass, just for extra relaxation.
Sept. 6 Albuquerque, New Mexico
Two stops in one day! Even if she starts the day with the body treatment above, Sarah will need to unwind at the day’s end with a Private Yoga Session (helps ease her runner’s injuries too) and an Indian Head Massage.
Sept. 10 Fairfax, Virginia
After being in the hot western sun, Sarah will want to shine up her color with an Ecocolors Organic hair color, this alternative to traditional color uses henna to play up the dark, shine of her brunette locks.
Don’t forget to check back soon or even better subscribe to us for updates – click the RSS Entries button above. More to come as I’ll be following Sarah’s route and update you on Where Sarah Would Spa.
Next time, back to planning – Packing. . . Ooh! See how a fashionista tries to become a minimalist overnight with one, count them one, bag.
See you (and Sarah) at the Spa, Candy