The nail technicians at newly relocated Tips N Toes groom fingers and toes with organic beauty products as appendage-owners scan their eyes through a lively setting with lime-green and zebra-print accents. Classic manicures and pedicures commence with a toasty soak that softens skin and reminds digits of their mermaid roots. A seasoned manicurist then files down nail tips and reshapes cuticles before massaging hands and feet with hydrating cream and slathering scratchers in fresh coats of Opi polish. The deluxe mani-pedi follows the same pampering blueprint as the classic mani-pedi but adds a paraffin wax treatment that warms hands and feet while easing chronic tension caused by 100-year thumb wars.
True to their salon?s name, the nail technicians at Aspire Nail Studio help hands and feet live up to their full potential with soothing manicures and pedicures. As clients strain to keep their fingers and toes from wiggling ecstatically, the technicians scrub away calluses and cut off Chinese finger traps before brushing vibrant colors of polish across nails. In addition to the standard mani-pedis, they can apply glossy acrylic nails that call for attention with glitter or pink-and-white designs.
Amid Tip Top Nails' bright-green walls and leafy plants, trained staffers perch at more than six stations to perform traditional manicures and pedicures along with elaborate acrylics. They are also wise to the ways of durable Shellac polish, body waxes, and synthetic eyelash extensions.
In almost 30 malls sprinkled across four states, Beauty Plus Salon beckons prospective makeover recipients with a fleet of skilled stylists and a colossal selection of professional beauty products. "The beauty industry never slows down," staffers say on Facebook, so "neither do we." That's why mall-goers find Beauty Salon open seven days a week. Between the retail shelves that average 500 nail polish colors, clients get gussied with services that pamper hair, skin, and nails.
Maintaining nail beauty is difficult when you spend all day using your hands. That's why Kristin's Terme on Jay deploys long-lasting gel manicures, which prevent chips to keep nails looking their best. For hands that need an even greater layer of protection, the team can apply a hard gel enhancement, ensuring that polish will last though long typing sessions and other hand-heavy activities.
Kristin's also houses a full-service hair salon, where master stylists such as Lauran Hester?who studied under Nick Arrojo, the original stylist for "What Not to Wear"?trim and color tresses to create new 'dos. For further relaxation, clients can schedule spa services from facials to massage sessions.