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Hey, isn't that: Jon Gosselin, getting a brow wax


Left to right: Erwin Gomez, Jon Gosselin, James Packard-Gomez and Jon's friend, Monique, at Helix Lounge Tuesday. (Courtesy of James Packard-Gomez)

  • Jon Gosselin club-hopping in Dupont Circle on Tuesday. The reality TV dad of eight, taking a break from whatever business brought him here, was spotted at Helix Lounge and Fly (and eventually in Facebook photos from the night) with Erwin Gomez and James Packard-Gomez, the Georgetown salon gurus now famous for grooming Michaele Salahi pre-White House. The guys later lured Jon over for his first-ever brow waxing. "The most generous, gregarious, fun person to hang with," Packard-Gomez said. Also along, Jon's redhead pal, Monique. All we know about her.


  • By The Reliable Source  |  December 4, 2009; 1:01 AM ET
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    Comments

    Those "Georgetown salon gurus" must cater exclusively to cheeseheads! What is the salon specialty, catering to the classless, pretentious, graspers of the underbelly of DC?
    Jon Gosselin , "the most fun person to hang with"? Can the standard be any lower? Are they trying to be the destination salon for the traveling circus of the Hollywood C-list?

    You know there was a very good business reason that Ruth Madoff's salaon in NY stopped giving her apointments rather then trumpeting how many other people just like her they had hanging out there. This may not work out so well for the gurus. They might be better of

    Posted by: SoCali | December 4, 2009 10:51 AM | Report abuse

    Gomez is a self proclaimed guru. I definitely wouldn't consider him a celebrity stylist or a decent stylist for that matter, look at the outcome of their work, nothing impressive.

    Posted by: Mlpthink | December 4, 2009 11:05 AM | Report abuse

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