An oasis of relaxation and nice smells, Qua Foot Spa lets guests sip steaming chrysanthemum or lavender tea as they enjoy foot massages. Sea-salt baths and exfoliating scrubs soften heels and toes roughened from stepping on the rocks that your roommate leaves scattered around the hallway, and reflexology massages aim to restore energy flow through the body’s meridians to relieve tension.
The friendly staff at Cherish Nail Salon spruces surfaces with a full line-up of manicures, pedicures, and waxing services. Inside the powder pink salon, a row of plush armchairs wraps patrons in comfort as nail techs dotes on digits with four types of mani-pedis, or use warm applications of wax strip away unwanted hair and faux mustaches.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular service: Gel manicure, deluxe pedicure
Brands Used: OPI, Essie, Gelish
Pro Tip: Our goal is to provide you with the best, unforgettable services.
Massaged with lotion, swaddled in hot towels, dunked in warm oils, or submerged in melted paraffin, fingers and toes take it easy here. This is Sen Beauty & Spa, where nail technicians incorporate a wealth of relaxing spa extras. After donning gels or polishes, many duck into one of the private treatment rooms for a leg wax or a brow-threading session. Others skip out of the sunny, light blue spa to show off new manicures.
Tucked into Highway 1 just a seashell’s throw from the coast, Pamper Me Nail Spa invites guests to relax and indulge in nail, hair, and skin treatments. The staff at this charming spa attends to nails with laser-like focus and an emphasis on creature comforts—manicures take place at pristine stations and pedicures occur on pink thrones whose lower halves dip into polished footbaths. For an extended stay at this coastline spa, guests can enlist the nourishing touch of a facial or add some spice to their hairdos with perms or coloring treatments.
Pamela Golightly was "green" before it was cool. The natural nail-care specialist has long been dedicated to eco-friendly practices since she began her career in 1986, —servicing the community for more than 28 years— and utilizing paper wraps instead of fiberglass wraps and filing nails by hand rather than relying on electric files or coal-guzzling robots. Her thoughtful, all-natural approach to nail care has resulted in a slew of dedicated return customers. Unlike other processes that depend on heavy chemical use, her organic approach results in zero incidents of nail damage, mold, or adverse reactions from allergy-prone cuticles. Pamela's natural approach helps nail services last up to two weeks. This same awareness carries over into her community endeavors, including her frequent contributions to local schools and nonprofit organizations.