Features Beauty Spot By Nadine Kam Oct. 24, 2013 Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! COURTESY MODERN NAILS Read more Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser! You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Subscribe Now Read this story for free: Watch an ad or complete a survey Log In Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story. Activate Digital Account Print subscriber but without online access? Activate your Digital Account now. Try Venus Concept Freeze on skin Dr. Valorie Ammann, at Helen’s Haven Skin Specialists, is introducing the Venus Concept Freeze, a technology that combines multipolar radio frequency with pulsed magnetic fields to offer a noninvasive procedure for skin tightening and cellulite and fat reduction. Patients can relax during the treatment as most report feeling only a warm sensation.An open house will take place 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday for those who want to meet Ammann, ask questions and try the new technology for 20 percent off regular price of $200 to $475 per area. Call 739-0400 to RSVP. The procedure is FDA-cleared for facial wrinkles. Canadian regulatory department Health Canada has cleared it for temporary reduction of cellulite and skin tightening. The procedure is pain-free and does not require any cooling agents or numbing cream. The treatment takes about 20 minutes to an hour, depending on the extent of the work, so it can be done during a lunch break. Modern Nails offers Halloween styles So you don’t want to go to the office in your wench costume but still want to put the Halloween spirit on display? Let your hands do the talking. These days, manicurists seem to double as painters, and just about any salon can color your nails in orange and black, with a few pumpkin and ghost accents. Over at Modern Nails, 1137 11th Ave., full sets on display include Frankenstein’s monster heads, coffins, mummies, fangs, spiders, haunted houses and more, at $3 per nail. Call 738-0188. Previous Story What's in store Next Story Civil rights movies and talks continue with 'Abolitionists'