Choose from Three Options
- $32 for a spa pedicure ($40 value) and a hot-oil manicure ($25 value; $65 total value)
- $35 for a 60-minute waterless pedicure ($50 value) and an exfoliating manicure ($20 value; $70 total value)
- $27 for a regular pedicure ($25 value) and a gel manicure ($30 value; $55 total value)
During hot-oil manicures, clients dip their hands in an electric heater filled with oil, which helps treat dry, cracked hands and improve nail health. The exfoliating manicure includes a sugar scrub, and the gel manicure includes a chip-resistant polish. Pedicures all feature a warm soak, polish application, and cuticle and nail trim, but the spa pedicure goes one step further with a mini foot massage, jet spa, and sugar scrub. Finally, the eco-friendly waterless pedicure builds upon these treatments by scrapping the pedicure bath in favor of warm towels and extended massage.
Nails By Leah
Nails By Leah is a dream come true for people who want to stand out. Within a private atmosphere, nail tech Leah Smith turns fingernails and toenails into one-of-a-kind works of art. Her specialty? Junk nails. The name might be misleading, though, because junk nails include all manner of luxe 3D embellishments, such as glitter and rhinestones.
But other salon services have a home at Nails by Leah, too. Ms. Smith also specializes in hot oil and gel manicures—which revitalize the dry, cracked hands and brittle nails of both women and men. Whether interested in acrylics or gels, customers are sure to enjoy the one-on-one attention and time for relaxation while being pampered.