Your Beauty Destination
Founder / CEO
Elizabeth Porikos-Gorgees, the founder of brow art in the USA, has built an empire of over 200 locations in the USA, being the world’s largest company specialising in brow threading.
Elizabeth never planned on making a lifelong career out of beauty but in 2006 when her first location opened, she was working on getting her second Master’s Degree, had two children, now with four, and was uncertain about what career path to take. Elizabeth has now also created Ooh La La Blow Out and Beauty Bars, which are being successfully established worldwide. Ooh La La Beauty Bar is a high margin, high return business that is easily scalable. A dynamic entrepreneur within the beauty industry Elizabeth is also developing a range of products to support Ooh La La.
Whether Brows, Blowouts or Beauty you will leave looking fabulous. The brand is flexible with franchisees not having just one revenue stream, but many which would include staging events and hair and beauty advice sessions, online retail sales along with delivery of product and tools.
Blowout Bar + Beauty Boutique
Founded in 2014, Ooh La La is the premier Blowout Bar + Beauty boutique that specialises in professional blowouts, makeup services and other salon luxuries.
The Blowout bar + Beauty is a trend that’s sweeping the USA,thanks to its potent combination of glamour and convenience.Ooh La La Beauty Bar takes the concept another step forward. We encourage clients to visit locations for both out-of-the-blue indulgences and ongoing beauty maintenance. To that end, the beauty bars, which are located in shopping centers in 11 states and counting, have added custom spray tans, waxing, and threading to their slate of services.
Hair-styling and makeup, however, are still the show stoppers at Ooh La La. At each location, our blowouts start with a consultation, scalp massage, shampoo, and conditioning. From there, the stylists works their magic with heat tools and round brushes to create polished, long-lasting styles ranging from voluminous and bouncy to sleek and straight. Makeup artists, meanwhile, play with their palettes to come up with flattering, tailored looks for everyday wear or special occasions.