Nail Designs in Pioneer Square

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Butting up against historical neighborhoods including Pioneer Square and Capitol Hill, downtown Seattle boasts gorgeous views of the Puget Sound and outlying island, with locavore-friendly dining and thriving cultural institutions. The Seattle Public Library across the street from the hotel hosts free lectures from popular authors and offers a striking, unique view of the Elliot Bay from its 10th floor. Guests can take a tour, soak in the stunning, asymmetrical architecture of the building, or gaze meditatively at the surrounding public-art installations. The city's distinctive seaport setting is exemplified in seafood-specializing marketplaces, a plethora of pescatarian dining options, and the Seattle Aquarium. With an environmentalist mission in tow, the aquarium educates visitors on green practices, including the facility's own solar-assisted water heater. The underwater dome sports 360-degree views of salmon, cod, sharks, and rockfish moseying curiously around the subaqueous air bubble.

400 Spring St
Seattle,
WA
US

Few things are more important to a well-groomed woman than her nails, and Seattle’s Julep nail parlor location is particularly adept at serving those needs. Located in downtown, adjacent to the Red Lion Hotel, Seattle’s Julep – with more locations in University Village, Bellevue and Gig Harbor – offers more than just attention to nails. Waxing and facial treatment round out the shop’s top qualities, while the most popular option remains the Julep Manicure, which combines a paraffin wrap and sea salt exfoliation with an extended massage session. Many of the treatments and manicure sessions are designed to last weeks, making sure customers can keep their fresh looks until it’s time to return for another session at the trendy, modern salon space, outfitted with comfortable treatment chairs and moody lighting.

1427 5th Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

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99 Union St
Seattle,
WA
US

The owners of the Loft Salon and Gallery set the bar high, describing their mission as an attempt to provide top-quality services and products in a truly unique atmosphere. The out-of-the-ordinary setting is the gallery side of the business, photos and paintings are not only on display around the salon, but they’re for sale. Selections rotate regularly, but the focus is always on dramatic, inspiring images. On the salon side of things, creative ‘dos and a cutting-edge color technique called balayage are only part of what’s on offer. Pros hand out thoughtful guidance and provide customized approaches to facials and waxing. Wedding consultations will calm any nerves before the big day because, of course, there’s an art to creating a special look. Thankfully, the stylists at The Loft are up to the task.

1925 3rd Ave
Seattle,
Washington
US

The old slough-and-buff technique has no place at Pediworx, where licensed nail technicians trained in European methods and tools treat clients to the latest in foot- and nailcare. The spa, which doubles as both a nail salon and podiatry office, infuses modern technology with custom care to not only primp nails, but also to solve common ailments, such as ingrown nails, athlete’s foot, and Nixon-shaped calluses. Guests can relax at any of the two locations—including spots inside the Harbor Square Athletic Club and Seattle Athletic Club—as the team also treats both hands and feet to spa-like treatments topped off with shiny polish.

2020 Western Ave.
Seattle,
Washington
US

E.B. White once dubbed the martini "the elixir of quietude." One might dub Martini Spa "the emporium of quietude," as the main priority of the staff is to make clients feel at home as they enjoy peace, quiet, and pampering services custom-tailored to their needs. Massages help to work out tension from both body and face, and waxing sessions unveil silky-smooth skin during sessions that are less serene but equally sigh-inducing. Those hoping to put some extra power behind their wink can seek out the spa's aestheticians, who lengthen fringe with eyelash extensions. Nail technicians refine fingertips and toe-tips with coats of long-lasting Shellac polish or take a few extra minutes to swathe nails in French style with miniature portraits of Gérard Depardieu.

613 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US