Beauty and the ’Burgh: 7 Spots to Go to Get Glam
No longer restricted to bigger cities, some of the latest cosmetic innovations and trends — think blowouts, microblading and lash extensions, just to name a few — are taking place in Pittsburgh’s evolving beauty scene.
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Fluhme Glam Bar
Warrendale: 803 Warrendale Village Drive, 724/972-0238
Mt. Lebanon: 607 Washington Road, 412/693-6446
Fluhme Glam Bar carries the tagline “Get in. Get Glam. Get Going,” and for good reason.
Created by former model Tiffany Fluhme, who worked as a physician’s assistant in plastic surgery before opening her own business, the bar offers a plethora of cosmetic services that include nails, chemical peels, microblading, lashes, special event hair and makeup and more.
While still working as a PA, Fluhme developed her own line of makeup and skincare products, which continue to be sold online and in stores. The success of the makeup line, and the number of brides who wanted their makeup done by Fluhme’s artists, is what Fluhme says led her to open a glam bar.
“These ladies need somewhere to go to have everything done,” she says.
Fluhme opened her Warrendale location in October 2015, followed by the Mt. Lebanon bar, which also offers haircuts and color, in November 2016. In the near future, Fluhme plans to expand her Mt. Lebanon location to launch Pittsburgh’s first microblading bar, which will be dedicated to the semi-permanent eyebrow stroking technique and may include some medical esthetic procedures.