At La Petite Spa, talented, friendly aestheticians apply skill, experience, and premium products to the task of pampering patrons' hands and feet. In a shellac manicure and pedicure, digit decorators combine nail trimming, cuticle tidying, and "This Little Piggy"–playing with the application of CND-brand shellacs. The fast-drying talon tinter doesn't chip or smudge easily and can last up to two weeks, after which clients return to the spa so that staff members can gently remove the shellacs without damaging nails. In addition to their beautifying skills, La Petite Spa creates a convivial environment complete with genial staff members, complimentary cups of herbal tea, and a playful on-site dolphin.
The expert nail technicians at Pretty in Pink Studios nurture hands and feet with pampering and nail-painting services. Hands prepare for glamorous roof-raisings with colourful coats of Shellac’s soak-off gel polish. Each gel layer bathes briefly under the glow of ultraviolet light, hardening the polish and strengthening nails’ resolve to stop petting the cat backward. During the manicure, which lasts about 30–45 minutes, nail tenders shape nails, curb delinquent cuticles, and administer a soothing massage. Toes wiggle with renewed vigour after the spa’s 35- to 45-minute pedicure, during which technicians whittle toenails and tame cuticles, exfoliate heels, and reward treaders with a massage. A final polish makes feet as beautiful as the spa’s rotating selection of local art, which incorporates jewellery, paintings, knitted goods, stained glass, and mosaics of Achilles’ exfoliated heel made from chipped polish.
The staff of nail technicians, massage therapists, and aestheticians at Ruby Nails pampers clients with an array of relaxing beauty treatments. In addition to manicures and pedicures featuring chip-resistant Shellac polishes or acrylic and gel nails, staffers also perform 60-minute massages enhanced with optional acupuncture treatments.
Soothing might not be the first word that springs to mind when describing waxing, but the word is pretty apt for the hair-removal sessions at Beauty First. Each treatment comes with a choice of eight scents, ranging from lavender-infused to banana-scented to throw a little aromatherapy into the bargain. Besides smelling delightful, the waxes also come in a slew of soft or creamy textures designed specifically for sensitive and hyper-sensitive skin. For even more discomfort-free sessions, Beauty First's aestheticians rely on Nufree, an antibacterial and antimicrobial formula that, unlike a hugging robot, never sticks to skin. To round out their trio of hair-removal procedures, the team relies on threading to pluck hairs from the roots on various body parts, including foreheads and necks. Besides ridding bodies of hair, Beauty First's aestheticians enrich eyebrows and eyelashes with tinting services and extensions from Refectocil.
At ForeverJac Eyelash Boutique & Medi-Spa, the team encourages clients to express themselves?through their eyelashes. Their eyelash extensions, available in real mink and silk mink, can create a polished and natural look that enhances beauty. Lash perms and tints, meanwhile, add drama without adding length.
To complement their lash enhancement treatments, the aestheticians also beautify physiques with medispa treatments. Facials and microdermabrasion treatments brighten complexions, whereas waxing and laser hair-removal sessions remove unwanted stubble without having to improvise at home with flytraps.
When the aestheticians at Sugar Moon Salon are handed lemons, instead of making lemonade, they make sugar paste. The mixture—composed of sugar, lemon, and water—removes unwanted hair on bodies and is safe enough to use on the most sensitive skin. They use the paste to swiftly remove hair on men's and women's bikini areas and fuzzy faces. Additionally, they can vagazzle a hair-free bikini area with Swarovski crystals arranged in designs such as hearts, stars, and butterflies.