Shellac Manicure in Shiloh


One or Two No-Chip Manicures with Paraffin Hand Dip at Gelology (Up to 50% Off)

Gelology

Good Looks Barber and Beauty Salon

Certified manicurist pampers hands with paraffin treatments before adorning nails with long-lasting no-chip polish

$88 $45

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Gel Manicure or Luxury Gel Manicure at Beauty Image 360 (51% Off)

Beauty Image 360

Salon Lofts

Gel manicures last longer than traditional polish

$35 $17

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Shellac Manicure or Full Set of Acrylic Nails at Americana Nail Co. (Up to 51% Off)

Americana Nail Co.

Americana Nail Co.

Shellac manicures give nails a long-lasting sheen; full sets of acrylic nails enhance digits with eye-catching style

$38 $19

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$20 for a Manicure at Nails by Maricela ($40 Value)

Nails by Maricela

Nails by Maricela

Nail artist Maricela grooms cuticles and shapes nails before expertly applying coats of colorful polish

$40 $20

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$19 for Gel Manicure at Rush Image Concepts ($40 Value)

Rush Image Concepts

Worthington Acres

Manicure includes hydration and gel polish

$40 $19

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$19 for a Spa No-Chip Gel Manicure from Lynette Turner at Original Flair Salon ($40 Value)

Lynette Turner at Original Flair Salon

Original Flair

Lynette Turner softens skin, shapes nails, grooms cuticles, and protects fingers from damage with a gel polish

$40 $19

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$35 for a Shellac Manicure and Regular Pedicure with Bega Mucaj at Serenity Salon ($70 Value)

Bega Mucaj at Serenity Salon

Bega Mucaj at Serenity Salon

Shellac specialist Bega Mucaj follows strict sanitary guidelines during pampering mani-pedis that include chip-resistant polish for hands

$70 $35

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$13 for $23 Worth of No-Chip Nailcare — Kayla's Classy N Sassy Nails

Kayla's Classy N Sassy Nails

Lancaster

From the merchant: Technician shapes finger nails, tends to cuticles & applys several coats of Gel Polish, that is cured under a UV light

$23 $13

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At Beaute Box, which channels the "feel of a chic Paris apartment" according to the Dayton Daily News, owner Lisa Scott flaunts skills acquired during nearly two decades of salon artistry. The studio began as a mobile beauty service, but has evolved to fill a space crowded with clocks, statuettes of hands, and candlesticks. Brushes cloaked in long-wear Shellac polish glide across nails, and visitors awaiting custom-designed primping parties lounge on low-slung couches. Giggles drift up to the soaring ceilings as youngsters finish pampering treatments and race through the shop, admiring newly colorful digits or attempting to match polish to an imaginary friend's eyes.
116 W Fifth St.
Dayton,
Ohio
US
Nora's Design Group enlists talented, friendly staffers who wield products from brands such as Aquage, Biolements, and Redken as they groom guests during a collection of salon and spa services. At wood-paneled styling stations, hairstylists snip and color locks as nearby nail techs gussy up hands and feet with OPI polish. Inside the studio's private rooms, therapists ease aches with therapeutic and relaxation massages, while aestheticians give unwanted hairs the boot from brows, bikini, and legs with warm wax and notarized eviction notices.
424 E Stroop Rd
Dayton,
OH
US
Michael's Salon and Spa has been locally owned and operated in Centerville for 35 years, resulting in generations of contented curls. Let Michael's latest flock of curl contenters maintain your follicular shrubbery's favorite shape, or ask them to sculpt an entirely new hairbatat to attract expectant butterflies. All of Michael's new designers are cosmetology-school licensed and have completed Michael's six-month to one-year training and internship program, so they're fully prepared to suds sadness out of tresses and style them to suberbity. A neck and scalp massage is included to thank cranium supporters for holding heads up and twisting both ways before crossing streets.
241 E Alex Bell Rd
Dayton,
OH
US
As Shawon Brown-Gullette told Robin McMacken of the Dayton Daily News, she keeps a box of tissues near her hair-system station at Infinitee Trichology Centre. But they aren't there to curb sneezes or fold into origami. According to Brown-Gullette, they absorb the tears of joy and renewed self-confidence that the hair-loss expert often witnesses as she outfits clients with discrete hairpieces that match the natural color and texture of surrounding hair. Brown-Gullette?who is certified through the International Association of Trichologists and who has presented local seminars on hair loss?takes a holistic approach to reversing alopecia, one that may require a commitment to a healthy lifestyle and proper nutrition. After running medical tests to explore the root causes for thinning hair, Brown-Gullette employs several personalized treatments, including the use of electrotherapy, ultraviolet rays, and low-level laser therapy.
3594 Salem Ave
Dayton,
OH
US
A tiger stares hungrily at a Changing Colors Salon customer. The cat can’t eat them, though—its face resides in the artwork of an airbrush manicure. Since 1988, the nail salon has brightened extremities with handiwork ranging from traditional manicures and pedicures, powered by OPI polish, to funkier looks such as glitter french tips, acrylic nails, and zebra-print designs. Beyond nail art, the salon tends to skin, with waxing, microdermabrasion, and rejuvenating treatments that combat aging more effectively than engineering the salon clocks to run backwards.
6451 Chambersburg Rd
Dayton,
OH
US
Creating Waves Salon describes itself as a place "where affordability meets style," and thanks to its team of savvy stylists, great style is certainly bound to happen. Co-owner Kimberly Bauer thrives on creating new, fun looks for her clients, using her expertise as a Paul Mitchell master colorist and cutting and texturizing specialist. The beauty team at Creating Waves Salon also includes an aesthetician and nail technician, who extend the salon's pampering services past hair.
36 W Franklin St
Dayton,
OH
US
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