a sugaring and skincare studio
dedicated to beautifying Portland one bombshell at a time.
please book by phone
we can’t wait to meet you!
BEAUTY WITH A CONSCIENCE
We believe in using/carrying/selling products that pass our artisanal standards. No parabens. No sulfates. No phthalates. No weird dyes or fake perfumes and no testing on our furry animals!
Our mission: Give back to yourself and give back to your community. See our current “give-back” efforts HERE.
WE BELIEVE IN
Natural Skin Care Products
Our natural skin care line is formulated in small batches right here in Portland Oregon!
No parabens. No sulfates. No phthalates. No weird dyes or fake perfumes and no testing on our furry animals!
MEET THE TEAM
owner / esthetician / renaissance woman
At this time, Anna performs only the following services: Unicorn Facials, 60 minute LED or Microderm Facials, Ultimate Anti-Aging Trio Facials and Initial Acne Facials.
I love the sun (way more than any esthetician should…), salsa dancing after a shot of tequila and convening with nature for grounding and inspiration. I’ve been an esthetician for 10 years and view each and every facial as a chance to make someones day, week or month just a little (ok, a lot) more pleasurable.
How did I get into this business? I had acne growing up and it was a big slap to my self-esteem. Everyone told me to do something different and none of them seemed to really know the root of my condition. After receiving my Master’s Degree in Social Work, I went on to study Esthetics in Illinois (750 hour training program). I quickly realized that the skin was more than skin deep and I threw myself into the study of energy work and Chinese medicine (including training in holistic nutrition and herbs).
When I’m not doing skincare + sugaring + biz-running I’m: Cuddling with my 2 dogs & my hubby, escaping Portland in the Winter and doing cool Psychic stuff over at annalongstokes.com.
What kind of ‘Portland Girl’ are you? The kind that wears bright red lipstick to dress up yoga pants and sucks at gardening but loves getting her hands dirty!
About me: I was born and raised in Idaho, but moved around to Massachusetts and Seattle before settling in Portland.
When I’m not at The Portland Girl I’m: Gardening, hanging out with my family and friends, or attempting to make music in my home studio.
What kind of ‘Portland Girl’ are you? The kind that loves any and all outdoor adventure, but is equally happy hibernating in my cozy home when the rain forces me inside.
esthetician / team coordinator
About me: I am a rare Portland Native! I was born in Eugene but have lived here since I was a baby, and I’m a hippie girl at heart. I have always been a skin care junkie since developing acne as an adult, and once I started going to school for esthetics I knew I had discovered my passion. I was drawn to the Portland Girl because of their sustainable practices and strong sense of community.
When you’re not at The Portland Girl, you’re… Planning my next big trip! I also love trying new restaurants, taking weekend trips to the Oregon coast, and going to the movies. I also love playing board games, reading, and binging trash reality tv. Seriously, don’t get me talking about The Bachelor.
What kind of Portland Girl are you? I’m a fun and easy going girl! I still love exploring this city that I’ve called home for so many years, meeting new people, and dancing! I could spend every rare warm day lounging by the river, and I’ll never say no to a shot of tequila.
esthetician / team trainer
About me: I was born and raised in Michigan. I have lived in Nebraska, California and I’m now a new Portland baby as of 2013 with my husband. I am a dog mom and have 3 parrots who are my everything. I absolutely love living in Portland. Being able to go outside and see mountains in my backyard will never get old. My husband and I are having so much fun running around the city, trying new foods and restaurants, meeting new people and exploring Oregon. I enrolled in full Cosmetology and when the time finally came to learn about skincare, I was hooked and loved every minute of it. I would try to spend as much time as I could in the spa, performing facials, massaging, and waxing bodies. After graduating, I stumbled upon sugaring, took a leap and enrolled in a training seminar and had so much fun learning the technique and immediately fell in love. I knew this is where I was meant to be.
When I’m not doing skincare + sugaring I’m: Sitting on my couch with cereal watching cartoons on Netflix, taking my dog to the park, laughing with my husband, coloring/cutting my friends hair, playing video games, and singing to my parrots.
What kind of Portland girl are you? A huge nerd. I love video games, comics, superheroes, toys, stuffed animals, cartoons, all of it. My room is covered in collectibles, posters, I’ve dressed up and gone to Comic-Con, and every month I go out with the Portland Geek Girls Brunch. I am a girl who loves makeup, bright colors, pretty dresses, tattoos, piercings, dogs, birds, flowers, rain, and much much more.
esthetician / team trainer
About me: I was born and raised in Michigan. While attending The University of Hawaii, it was time to make a life change so I decided to move to Portland on a whim. I moved to this unique city in 2013 and have loved every experience this city has given me.
How did I get into this business? My interest in skin care and the beauty industry was heavily influenced by my mom. I was enamored by her very diligent skin care routine and treatments she often got done. After attending university for a couple of years I realized I was not passionate about traditional education and made the decision to go to school to be an esthetician. I finally found my passion and it was hidden within me the whole time!
When I am not at the Portland girl: You can catch me dancing at a concert, hanging out with my friends, thrifting, chowing down on some yummy food or probably day dreaming about the beach.
What kind of Portland girl are you? I am an easy going type of girl and just as spontaneous as the weather here in Portland! I’m always engaging in different hobbies and enjoying the different festivities this city has to offer.
esthetician / team trainer
About Me: I grew up with my face always stuffed in a book, in a tiny town in Northern Michigan. Not much has changed since then–I will always love a good story!
How did you get into this business? I had acne when I was younger and my search for a ‘cure’ led me through years of independent research–and eventually to esthetics school. I believe that how we look is deeply intertwined with how we feel, and I want to help people to feel like their best and most confident self.
When I’m not doing skincare + sugaring, I’m… Probably hitting the gym! I also play D&D weekly, and collect different varieties of succulents.
What kind of Portland Girl are you? The kind that rides her bike everywhere, cracks cheesy dad jokes, and always stops to poke at interesting plants.
esthetician / marketing / events
About Me: I grew up in Fort Worth Texas and moved to Portland as soon as I finished my bachelor’s degree in 2007. I met my husband here, and together we’ve built our little family. I started working at the Portland Girl in 2015 as the studio manager and then got licensed as an esthetician. I love helping others feel and look their best!
When you’re not at The Portland Girl, you’re… Spending time with my family, volunteering in the community, or exercising!
What kind of Portland Girl are you? I’m the kind of Portland Girl that likes trying new things and is always down for an adventure.
About Me: I originally hail from a farm in southern Ohio, but moved to Chicago when I was 18 and lived there for thirteen years. I came to Portland three years ago in search of warmer winters, new experiences, and the natural beauty that Oregon has to offer. I became interested in aesthetics after growing up with acne and trying and failing to conceal it with an inch of makeup, which led me to learning about skincare and how unique and fascinating the human body is.
When you’re not at The Portland Girl, you’re… Spending time with my husband and daughter at home with our 17 year old cat Kittytown, USA or attempting a new hike with a baby strapped to my chest. I also love reading, playing video games, and am a general fan of most fantasy/sci-fi forms of entertainment.
What kind of Portland Girl are you? The kind that is learning to be a new mom and loves a good brewery or cocktail bar, tasty restaurants, bookstores, parks, and waterfalls.
guest services coordinator / esthetician
About Me: The first time I ever visited Portland I fell in love, I knew right away this is where I was going to move. I love all the different neighborhoods, great food, live music, and outdoor activities. I’ve traveled around the country and this is still one of my favorite places.
When I’m not at the Portland Girl: I’m out going to shows. I love the music scene here, you can find a great, or not so great, show every night of the week. I’m always hungry so most likely I’ll be eating delicious food at all hours of the day. I love going for walks, there’s always so much more to see when you take the time to walk. But of course stopping at all the vintage and thrift shops along the way. I also love going to yoga, hanging with friends, reading, watching movies, and just sitting around doing nothing every once in a while.
guest services associate / social media
About Me: Hailing from Austin, Texas. I came to Oregon looking for change and to escape the heat. Being only two hours from mountains or the beach and constantly surrounded by greenery was an ideal situation.
When I’m not at the Portland Girl: Eating fried chicken, thrifting, traveling and searching for the perfect dive bar.
guest services associate
About Me: I am a southern California native and moved to Portland in 2017. After spending most of my life living in the desert, I decided to move to the PNW to escape the heat. While I sometimes miss the California coast and spending countless days at Disneyland, I have really enjoyed exploring Oregon and all of the wonderful things that this state has to offer. I got into the field of beauty when I became a licensed esthetician in California, but discovered that my passion lies in customer service. I love talking to people and getting to know their stories!
When I’m not at the Portland Girl: Probably playing video games, re-reading Harry Potter, or studying. I am currently working on getting my Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science.
guest services associate
About Me: I grew up in San Luis Obispo California and after studying Art History at UC Berkeley, I decided to move to Portland to attend Lewis and Clark’s Art Therapy masters program!
When I’m not at the Portland Girl: Thrifting, collecting VHS’s and vinyl, running, playing outside, enjoying time with friends, reading, going on adventures
PHONE: (971) 330-1234
Monday- Friday 8:30am-8:30pm
WATCH OUR VIDEO
I hate to be the bearer of bad news (especially after 2020), but chronic stress can wreak havoc on your skin. Unfortunately, we will all go through times of stress in our lives, so it’s important to learn how to care for your skin when you’re stressed!
Here’s a rundown of what stress can do to your skin and how you can minimize damage during stressful, hectic times.read more
Hard truth: The most perfect skincare routine in the world can’t make up for a crappy diet.
I know you’ve heard this before (especially if you’ve been reading The Portland Girl blog before now), but what you put in your body is just as important as what you put on your skin if you want a beautiful, glowing complexion.
The foods you eat affect not only how you feel, but how you look as well. Your diet can mean the difference between healthy, gorgeous skin that doesn’t take a lot of work to maintain and troubled skin that keeps breaking out or drying out no matter what else you try.read more
If there’s EVER been a time to devote a day to self-care, it’s now. With the COVID-19 pandemic raging on and the dust (kind of) settling after a turbulent election, many of us are burned out and in need of some serious relaxation. You need some self-care tips that work NOW, and preferably always. Even if you can’t take a whole day off to dedicate to yourself because you have a busy job or a family, that’s okay! You deserve to take good care of yourself and feel amazing. Here are some tips for devoting a day (or even a half-day, an hour, or even pockets in your busy schedule) to self-care.read more
The Portland Girl - Southeast
Portland, OR 97214
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Phone: (971) 330-1234
Location: 646 SE Morrison St, Portland, OR 97214