Nail Salons in Portage Bay


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Like a cake, Napolitano Day Spa Salon is made up of layers, each as tempting as the last. At first glance, the Spa Salon appears to be a boutique. In its orange-walled entrance room, wooden tables and racks showcase clothing, accessories, and beauty products to a soundtrack of modern music. As clients journey past one of the center's two burbling fountains, they enter the salon space, where a team of stylists customizes hair with fashionable cuts and flattering colors. Farther back still, past the bustling stylist stations, is a haven of peace embodied by private spa-treatment rooms, soothing music, and a relaxation room filled with complimentary tea and flattering whispers. Awarded Seattle Met's Best Facial of 2008, the spa refines visages with nine options that harness Dermalogica and Jan Marini products. Each one comes with a personalized routine for home care, an herbal foot soak with lavender and rosemary, and their signature recipe of non-invasive clinical therapies. Meanwhile, French seaweed, algae, and personalized aromatherapy lend body wraps and massages a touch of nourishment and help clients to prepare for dates with handsome lake monsters.
3212 Harvard Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US
Dusty plum hues, plush pedicure chairs, and soft lighting come together to create an intimate space for clients to indulge in relaxing manicure and pedicure services. May Salon's staple mani-pedis combine necessary nail basics, such as nail shaping and cuticle trimming, with relaxing extras, such as hand and foot massages and steamy hot towels. Clients can have their tips topped with regular polish in a color of their choice, or they can opt for long-lasting gel formulas such as CND Shellac, which stays chip-free for up to 14 days—or, as Jane Austen's manicurist says, a lone fortnight.
2950 Eastlake Ave
Seattle,
WA
US
2358 10th Ave E
Seattle,
WA
US
930 NE 43rd St
Seattle,
WA
US
4219 University Way Northeast
Seattle,
WA
US
To the technicians at Night Light Nail Salon, a person's nails are the tiny windows into her soul. So it's no surprise that they do everything they can to give hands and feet some personality, starting with colorful polish from brands such as OPI and CND. While nobody will fault you for choosing a classic shade of red, there's nothing stopping you from getting creative with designs such as a black-and-white checkerboard or a stunningly detailed portrait of Grover Cleveland. The salon eschews pedicure whirlpools, opting instead for modern pedicure bowls that allow for a more hygienic atmosphere.
250 NE 45th St
Seattle,
WA
US
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