The multitalented beauticians at Sweet & Sassy allow girls to walk in the slippers of their favorite fairytale princesses with an array of salon and spa services. Stylists and cosmetologists specially trained to work with children gussy up youngsters for special occasions, such as tea parties with stuffed animals and UN delegates. Their spa packages include colorful manicures, soothing facials, and expert makeup applications. Sweet & Sassy’s birthday celebrations treat girls aged 4–13 to themed outings, such as a Pop Star party, during which the birthday girl and her friends get dolled up to film a music video, which they can take home on a DVD.
The licensed nail technicians at Karina's Nails primp fingers and toes with name-brand beauty products from OPI, Orly, and Essie. Inside the salon, posters and a flat-screen TV splash black and white walls with subtle color as nail technicians cradle hands on comfy black cushions. During pedicures, bodies melt into plush upholstered chairs, each furnished with a whirlpool tub and a miniature lifeguard to prevent hazardous toe splash fights.
Committed to offering nail services in a sanitary and piranha-free environment, the spa’s six highly trained nail technicians focus on providing high-quality treatments while using clean and well-maintained equipment. In addition to basic mani-pedi treatments, the staff administers additional services such as long-lasting Shellac manicures and pedicures. For added pampering, guests can enjoy glasses of wine and treatments such as relaxing hot-stone foot massages.
Nails may look shiny and wet after a trip to Wet Colors Nail Salon––if that's the client's desired look. But the salon's owner, an aesthetician with more than a decade of spa experience, makes sure they dry perfectly. She carefully applies long-lasting shellac polish, sculpts acrylic nails, and beautifies faces using Mary Kay skincare products and makeup. Patrons can come into the salon for appointments or schedule on-location bachelorette parties, children's spa parties, and bridal makeup parties.
Nail technician Lauren Scales loves beauty, but as a customer, she never found a salon she truly enjoyed. So she founded her own. Lauren’s first order of business? Build a place where customers can easily communicate their needs. Lauren was dissatisfied with the assembly-line-style pace she'd observed elsewhere because it made it nearly impossible to describe to the technician what you were looking for. At Graffiti Nail Bar, she makes sure to take the time to figure out what the client wants. This may be freehand nail-art portraits of Nikola Tesla, long-lasting gel or Shellac, patterned Minx designs, or simply a soothing mani-pedi made luxe by body butter. In fact, the butters, lotions, and soaps are all handmade by Lauren, are vegetable-based and free of synthetic oils, and are available for purchase in the in-house boutique that also offers earrings.
Status Luxury Nail Bar reshapes and beautifies nails with an extensive menu of standard and couture services. The nail techs apply an exclusive line of Italian nail lacquers and products from brand names such as Shellac and Kiko Cosmetics. Within a chic salon adorned with finishes from Lecco and commissioned art from Memphis native Tosh McGhee, patrons can also style their brows, extend their lashes, and wax away unwanted hair. In addition to pampering perks available to guests, members can attend exclusive social gatherings, product unveilings, and the changing of the toilet-paper rolls.