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Neiman Marcus will be offering bonus treats and unusual gifts-with-purchase to shoppers in its NorthPark store from 1-5PM on Wednesday, June 6, and Thursday, June 7.

It’s all part of Neiman’s desire to enhance shopping with fun, personal experiences.

Want a new handbag personalized with professional artwork? Dallas artist Kris Ammon will be on hand to paint the bag or small leather good that you buy for $200 or more. Graffiti, calligraphy and illustration are all in her repertoire.

It’s a great time to stock up on your favorite beauty products.

Customers who spend at least $325 in that department will be treated to an application of 24-karat gold ear seeds by celebrated acupuncturist Mona Dan. Her Beverly Hills spa, Vie Healing,  advocates a holistic lifestyle.

Ear seeding is a therapy related to the ancient Chinese art of acupuncture. Instead of needles, tiny beads are pressed into the skin to stimulate acupressure points. The beads can remain in place up to a week.

That same $325 cosmetics purchase can also get you a fresh bouquet arranged on the spot by
Flower Gals Co. This mother-daughter team will artfully assemble and hand-tie your favorite blossoms.

The goodies will be available as long as supplies last.

Have your hair evaluated for free by Évolis. which specializes in tonics to keep hair looking full and youthful.

After your hair is analyzed under a scope, Évolis' chief scientist and hair biologist Dr. Dominic Burgfor will be on hand to provide tips on boosting the health, length and appearance of your tresses.

He is coming all the way from company headquarters in Australia to give you the skinny on Évolis’ plant-based product lines: “Reverse” to promote hair growth; “Prevent” to maintain healthy and shiny hair; and “Promote” to boost length and thickness.

Stay tuned for more in-store fun at Neiman’s NorthPark in September. Like this launch, it will be choreographed by Ed Burstell, senior vice president of product innovation, and his team in the newly created “Neiman Marcus Idea Factory.”