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After treatments, clients can flip through the racks at SunMe Swimsuit Spa’s swimwear boutique, where fitting experts help customers sizes 6–24 pick out an ensemble for a staycation that includes running through a neighbour’s sprinkler.
The aestheticians at Burlesque Nail Design see nails as tiny little canvases, using their impressive arsenal of polishes and embellishments to build works of art. They have hundreds of colours and thousands of 3-D ornaments at their disposal and can combine them with glitter, feathers, and rhinestones to create unique finger masterpieces. Along with colourful designs, nails are outfitted with a 100 per cent organic gel that resists yellowing and odours, and like a pencil-drawn tattoo, is much easier to remove. Those interested in a more natural look can opt for traditional manicures, which can include sugar hand scrubs and warming serums for added relaxation.