At Nail Tech and More, nail-art specialists Dawn, Kandi, and Khym beautify digits with ornate embellishments ranging from Fimo decals to spinning beads. Swarovski crystals, Mylar, and glitter accents set nails a-sparkle, and 3-D designs and junk-nail options turn them into ornate, miniature sculptures. Technicians can even customize nail shape: stiletto nails taper off into fierce points, and corkscrew nails swirl off fingertips and into inconveniently stuck wine corks.
The trio also provides more traditional nailcare services. Manicures spoil hands and feet with treatments such as melted paraffin, hot stones, warm towels, and massages, and acrylic nails and Shellac gel polishes proffer long-lasting color. Alternatively, spray tans and waxing sessions pamper bodies all over.
The stylists and aestheticians at Bobbie Glen Hair Salon aim to provide clients with trendy, innovative, and high-quality care. Keratin smoothing treatments add luster to locks while eliminating frizz, and France Laure skincare products aid aestheticians in treating all skin types.
At The Healing Place Massage Therapy & Wellness Center, the continual presence of music accompanies each relaxing service from eyebrow waxes to natural-stone massages. Staffers pamper digits with mani-pedis while contemporary jazz tunes waft through the air, inspiring newly painted hands to play the saxophone when they get home. Meanwhile, soothing facials and tension-defusing massages are set to the soundtrack of tranquil therapeutic music. Playing relaxing music is just one of the ways The Healing Place Massage Therapy & Wellness Center strives to make the business a go-to spot for blissful repose.
Family owned and operated since 2007, Modern Nails enhances high-fives and handshakes with a variety of nail services. Nail technicians shape nails during manicures and pedicures, and top tips with durable Shellac gel that stays put for up to two weeks or 19 consecutive performances of Wagner’s Ring cycle.:m]]
Instead of withholding the secrets to healthy nails, the expert staffers at Polish Nail Bar do the unthinkable—they dispense them freely to all who sidle up to the black manicure bar that doubles as a social hub. Owner Crystal Davis and her team of technicians get to know each client personally during sessions by chatting freely as though they were catching up with long-lost friends or robot friends that were dropped in water. Each nail treatment occurs in steps, with manicurists tagging in and out for various parts of the procedure to apply their unique expertise where it counts. Mavala, a cuticle cream made in Switzerland, helps fingers and toes replenish much-needed vitamins and amino acids and delicate ghosts of scent drift from essential oils and jojoba oils. After clients leave, ready to raise their hands during secret-mission briefings with newfound pride, treatment areas and equipment are wiped down with hospital-grade disinfectants that evict lingering germs and odors.
Before the age of billboards, small businesses advertised on knight shields, and really small businesses advertised on fingernails. however, when the staff members at Lux Couture Nails decorate digits, they do so to advertise clients' personal tastes. Patrons may request leopard-print or gold-hued digits on natural nails or opt for acrylics nails. Pampering isn't reserved for fingernails, though. The nail salon also offers soothing pedicures and relaxing massages.