Mani Pedi in Farmersville


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  • Nails by Farrah
    Nails by Farrah's digit stylists pamper hands and feet with polymer nail enhancements and indulgent manicures and pedicures. Treat tired tootsies to a soothing spa pedicure (a $50 value), which incorporates a warm aromatherapy soak to exfoliate heels, legs, feet, and ingrown stilts, while one of Nails by Farrah's nimble-fingered nail designers gently kneads out muscle knots. Each digit basks in a personal spruce session as the technician clips cuticles, trims talons, and bathes gams in a hydrating mask before topping toenails in the color of your choice.
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    113 North Church Street
    Visalia, CA US
  • Nails by Char
    Charlotte Pugh, a licensed nail technician who works within the Hair Visalia salon, specializes in painting detailed images onto tiny finger and toe canvases, whether made of natural keratin or acrylic. Dazzling snowflakes, ghoulish monsters, and striking depictions of the Santa Maria adorn fingertips during holidays, and glitter, feathers, and shiny solid hues decorate digits year-round. Charlotte can apply chip-resistant layers of Gelish polish to fingers and toes for longer-lasting glam, or employ paraffin wax to soften dry skin lingering on the soles, knuckles, or hearts of curmudgeonly hall monitors.
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    213 South Oakhurst Street
    Visalia, CA US
  • Sandra Legaspi One Stop Shop
    At Sandra Legaspi One Stop Shop, a salon located within Bronze and Beauty, clients can escape the worries of the world and focus on feeling good, be it for a whole day or just an hour. Cosmetologist Sandra Legaspi helps visitors look and feel their best, decorating nails with gel polish and sculpting acrylic rock-star nails embellished with gemstones or golden spikes. She also creates chic, flattering hairstyles and smoothes skin with facial waxing.
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    2530 S Mooney Blvd
    Visalia, CA US
  • Rockin Nails by Valerie
    It?s all about the patterns. Using a tiny brush, licensed nail technician Valerie paints animal prints, hearts, polka dots, or flowers on clients' nail canvases. She repeats each pattern 10 times?enough to cover the nails on both hands. Aside from creating eye-popping artwork, Valerie dishes out classic manicures, finished off with a traditional nail-polish hue in soft pink or camouflage.
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    1725 S Mooney
    Visalia, CA US
  • Suzanne @ Conter Fleurette
    Suzanne Taylor specializes in acrylic and Rockstar nails, and like her colleagues she plies her trade with attention to detail and a touch of opulence that mirrors the space. The results: nails that are finely groomed and painted with deliberate flair, plus an experience that's relaxing enough to make your legs fall asleep and dream that they're arms.
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    1960 High street
    Selma, CA US
  • Voila Boutique Salon
    "I have cured baldness," the bald magician proclaimed. "I don't believe you," shouted a woman, the only audience member. "A natural reaction, madam," the magician admitted to his sole spectator. "But there's no need to take my word for it. Let your eyes tell you the truth." "Please don't call me madam, Geoffrey," the woman said. "Please don't call me Geoffrey, madam," he replied. "It's taken me nearly 40 years to perfect this trick.” "You're 42, Geoffr—“ "Voilà!" he interrupted, producing a top hat from behind his back. The woman regarded it dubiously. "You can't wear that all the time, you know. You'll ruin it," she said. "You mistake me, my good madam! This hat does not conceal baldness, but cures it! I shall not wear it all the time, but only once, and forever if I must." "That's the same thing, dear," she said, shifting her focus toward the couch’s throw pillows, which she began to rearrange absentmindedly. The magician held the velveteen top hat above his head, gazing into its dark, mysterious depths. He tilted his chin back down to stare at the woman. "Behold, madam!" "Okay," she said, not looking up, unable to decide whether to swap the red and blue pillows or leave them alone. "Ahem! Madam, behold!" he commanded again. She still stared at the cushions. He sighed in exasperation. "Mom, look!" he cried. "What is it, honey?" she said, finally sitting up and facing him. Afraid she might look away again, he plopped the top hat down on his head without flourish or aplomb. Almost instantly, he felt an itching sensation all over his scalp. His face convulsed through a series of mad expressions. As the hat atop the magician’s head began to twist and turn, rollicking upwards as the rapidly growing hair erupted from long-dormant follicles, his mother once again began fluffing the cushions. Curtains of hair descended from beneath the hat's brim, obscuring his eyes, dangling over his nose, and even brushing his shoulders. Finally, with a triumphant cry, he removed the hat, suffering a minor coughing fit as he inhaled a lock of hair. "Pretty good trick, huh, Mom?" “What now, Geoffrey?” his mother asked as she casually glanced up at her now behaired son. "Oh my. I'll call Darla at the salon immediately. She'll neaten you right up." “But what about the trick, Mom?” “What about it, dear?”
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    7975 N Cedar Ave. # 101
    Fresno, CA US
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