A bright red couch, delicate calla lilies, and a warm abstract painting are the first things that greet you when you enter Creative Nails. This nail salon boasts an interior that is as bright and colorful as its finished manicures and pedicures. Here, nail artists meticulously trim, file, and polish nails, enhancing natural nails with acrylic tips or upgrading from traditional to shellac polish, which can resist chips and scratches for a longer period of time. In addition to nails, the staff here also tend to skin with facials that remove dirt, dead skin, and stubborn stick-on beards, as well as waxing services that strip away unwanted stubble.
Nails grow at a rate of about one centimeter every hundred days, which means they require regular maintenance aside from an understanding of the metric system. Out of Textures salon, highly trained nail technician Donna Ackels expertly cares for out-of-control claws with deft nail-shaping techniques and colorful embellishments. While relaxed in her comfortable salon chair, clients can choose from an array of prismatic polishes to give their fingernails or toenails a fresh look. Those looking to revamp their appearance further can also linger in the shop for a hair treatment such as a cut, straightening, or coloring.
Paradise Nails & Spa keeps fingers and toes looking their best with a slate of deluxe manicures and pedicures. Hands and feet are the focal points here, so the technicians will gladly give your 20 digits their undivided attention. However, if they also offer eyelash extensions and waxing treatments to help you spruce up around the edges if necessary. Another option offered here is permanent makeup, which is a good way to ensure that your eyelashes look full and dark even when there's no time to apply mascara between waking up and swimming to work.
Drawing on more than five years of experience, Heather Beam rewires hair circuit boards by adding eye-catching highlights or sculpting voluminous layers that flatter the features. Beam also also offers specialty haircuts for children or for small, squeaky-voiced adults who play children on TV.