By now you know that the summer is upon us, and that the sun is shining and there’s lots of fun to be had.

    But you may not know what to do with your summer money, especially if you’ve been spending it on a variety of pricey products.

    There are two basic options: You can spend it all and have the money in the bank (a la the ’90s), or you can just save it for later and invest it wisely.

    This article will explain which brands have high returns, and which are not.

    1.

    Bonita Beauty Salon and Spa Bonita is a luxury salon, spa and beauty salon that has been offering the services of professional manicurists for over 30 years.

    Bonita offers manicurist appointments throughout the year, as well as spa appointments, home care and more.

    Its services are not cheap, however, at $2,500 per appointment, and its services include a full suite of manicuristics and an array of products to help you look your best in all types of makeup.

     But this is just one of the things that makes Bonita a top-notch luxury salon.

    Bonitas salon and spa are all located within walking distance to each other, and the beauty salon is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Saturday from 8:00 am to 4, and Sunday from 8 a.p.m to 4 p.p..

    The salon offers a wide range of products and services, including facial and body treatments, haircuts, skin care and nail treatments.

    Bonitas salon is located at 2145 H Street NW in Northwest Washington.

    Bonito is located on Capitol Hill, at 13th and Pike, in Northwest DC.

    Bonita and Bonito are both owned and operated by a subsidiary of the Saks Fifth Avenue empire.

    Boniton is a subsidiary and does not own Bonita.

    Bonito is owned and controlled by a private equity firm called DLA Piper and owns all of the Bonita brands.

    Bonite is owned by a separate company called DFA Capital Management, and it is owned exclusively by Bonita and DFA.

    Both Bonitascas salon and Bonita are located on the third floor of the DLA Plaza building.

    Bonitasca and Bonitescas salon have an extensive menu, with the salon offering many items that are not on Bonita’s menu.

    Bonits spa and spa offer extensive skincare and skin care services, with spa treatments costing up to $50 per appointment.

    Boniacas spa and home care is available on the second floor of DLA, but is open to the public and is open from 9 a.

    RELATED ARTICLES