All Dolled Up Salon lavishes care on world-weary hands and feet with a soothing, smoothing mani-pedi combo. Fingers and toes splash around in a warm-water soak before having their cuticles oiled, pushed down, and removed to reveal the Swedish bank-account number hidden beneath. Newly softened mitts and their respective digits then enjoy a massage before donning nail-coats in a choice of color.
With six manicures and seven pedicures in their arsenal, the skilled staffers at FRESH Nail Lounge and Spa lavish hands and feet with treatments that rely on products from Creative Nail Design, Essie, and OPI, and prioritize safety and hygienic practices. But they don?t stop at nail treatments?they call upon botanical ingredients to soothe and beautify bodies and faces. Highly-skilled skin care clinicians perform custom-blended facials for each individual's skin type.
The nail technicians at newly relocated Tips N Toes groom fingers and toes with organic beauty products as appendage-owners scan their eyes through a lively setting with lime-green and zebra-print accents. Classic manicures and pedicures commence with a toasty soak that softens skin and reminds digits of their mermaid roots. A seasoned manicurist then files down nail tips and reshapes cuticles before massaging hands and feet with hydrating cream and slathering scratchers in fresh coats of Opi polish. The deluxe mani-pedi follows the same pampering blueprint as the classic mani-pedi but adds a paraffin wax treatment that warms hands and feet while easing chronic tension caused by 100-year thumb wars.
In almost 30 malls sprinkled across four states, Beauty Plus Salon beckons prospective makeover recipients with a fleet of skilled stylists and a colossal selection of professional beauty products. "The beauty industry never slows down," staffers say on Facebook, so "neither do we." That's why mall-goers find Beauty Salon open seven days a week. Between the retail shelves that average 500 nail polish colors, clients get gussied with services that pamper hair, skin, and nails.
Laurie and Sabatina are experts on complementary colors. They'd have to be, considering the many types of highlights and lowlights they style. The possibilities include classic gold tones that brighten strands, as well as deep browns and caramels for those with darker hair, or those who want their hair to match their coffee. In addition to their meticulous highlighting services, the stylists also administer trims, color treatments, and refreshing shampoos.