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Before the high end spas, hotels and fancy shops of Lincoln Road on Miami Beach, Brownes Trading Co. opened its doors and started a long term oasis for beauty junkies. After many years in this famed neighborhood Browne’s spilt their store and opened in two new locations. If you find yourself vacationing in Miami or you are a local, you need to check out these hidden gems. Both salons are full service offering a menu of beauty treatments from head to toe. Brownes is recognized for it’s curated selection of high-end skincare and beauty brands including yours truly! Pop in for a signature Goldfaden Glow facial or maybe just the best manicure you’ve ever had.

The Miami Beach location isn’t far from the original just a little more off the beaten path. With its bohemian vibe, eclectic furniture and homage to the late local Miami artist Purvis Young, you immediately feel at peace and just a little cooler when you step inside.

The second location opened in the heart of Miami’s hottest new growing area, the Design District. DD as its referred to by locals, is a creative neighborhood that is filling up with numerous high-end designer stores like Tom Ford, Marni and Christian Louboutin as well as art galleries and trendy chef owned restuarnats. This Brownes location is bright, airy and the best places to get a beauty treatment or buy exotic candles and makeup in the neighborhood! We couldn’t be more excited to be supporting our local friends in business and helping Miami flourish into an even more innovative city.



Here at Goldfaden MD, we love all things GOLD. You may have seen us rocking the gold tips manicure on our Instagram from time to time, so we wanted to share it with you. Below you will find simple steps on how to get these gold tips at home.

What you’ll need to get your gold tips: bandaids (for shaping purposes), Goldfaden MD Vital Boost (for cuticle moisture), gold nail polish by a brand of your choice.

Now for the steps…

1. Make sure your hands and nails are clean before you begin. Remove all existing nail polish with natural nail polish remover (Here are some tips from Good Housekeeping on finding a natural, non-toxic nail polish remover).

2. Apply Goldfaden MD Vital Boost to each of your cuticles for extra moisture.

3. Apply a bandaid to your nail with the curved edge facing up. Leave a little room between the tip of the bandaid and the tip of your nail for a perfectly curved tip.

4. Apply nail polish to your nail – going from the edge of the bandaid up toward the tip of your nail until the entire nail tip is covered.

5. Repeat steps 3 & 4 until each of your nails is dry. Carefully remove the bandaid and apply a top coat.

And you’re done! Be sure to share your final results with us on FacebookTwitter or Instagram using the hashtag #GoldfadenGoldTips