Delilah Gervais-Frank, owner of Splendor Beauty Emporium since 2005 1635 W. Redstone Center Dr., Park City | 435-575-1800

While working as an esthetician for a plastic surgeon, Delilah Gervais-Frank began seeing a need for a friendly beauty boutique with high-quality products. So, in 2005, she opened Splendor Beauty Emporium.

The cozy boutique stocks the best in mainstream brands and hard to find “indie” brands. Splendor offers everything from make-up to fragrances and expert skincare to gifts, including make-up bags, bubble baths, candles, luxurious soaps and customized gift baskets.

“Beauty consumers are savvy and our partners are constantly improving their products by adding the latest anti-aging ingredients,” Gervais-Frank says. “We also offer services in our Express Skin Bar, including waxing, facials, lash perming and more.”

To check out what Splendor offers before making the drive to Park City, visit shopsplendor.com for a complete list all of the Express Skin Bar’s services, along with all the beauty products the boutique carries. Look online for beauty events at the boutique, as well. Of course, after visiting them in person, you’ll be back for the one-of-a-kind shopping experience.

Gervais-Frank says Splendor is like the “Cheers” of beauty. “We know our customers’ names, how many pink lip glosses they have in their stash, and simply put, we care.” This personalized and low-key experience, along with a knowledgeable staff, has been Splendor’s formula for success.

For an even more personal experience, book a private pamper party with a customized skin care analysis, makeover and private shopping experience for you and girlfriends.

Splendor recently closed its Foothill location, but is still looking toward the future. “I’m not one to sit on the sidelines and let someone else decide my fate,” Gervais-Frank says. “I like to think my good, old fashioned work ethic and high standards got me here.”

The boutique is working on growing business in Park City as well as online. They’re gearing up for the revival of the economy by being on the lookout for new technology and advancements in the beauty industry and fine tuning the customer experience.

“Our customers are smart and informed in regard to beauty products,” Gervais-Frank says. “It’s our job to sell products that actually deliver what they promise to the consumer.”