Ever see a nail design online and wonder if anyone could make that a reality? Well, the expert nail technicians at CC Nail Spa in Las Vegas sure can. Clients rave about their attention-to-detail, creative techniques, and artistic talents. Whether you are looking for a manicure, pedicure, or one-of-a-kind design, the kind and knowledgeable staff at CC Nail Spa is ready to help you choose a design, spa service, or color. Before a special event or big night out, be sure to stop in at CC Nail Spa to get your nails done. Las Vegas locals and visitors on vacation alike enjoy their experience at CC Nail Spa.
Nails by Christine Sena operates out of Advanced Aesthetics, which fosters personal transformation with numerous spa and salon services. The staff hairstylists offer cuts and coloring, and there are also nail technicians who conduct manicures and pedicures as well as massage therapists. In addition, the studio offers teeth whitening and skincare services.
Trish—of Nails by Trish—protects nails while making them look good. Her collection of gel polishes fights off chips and scratches caused by everyday activities such as washing dishes and husking corn. The polishes come in a kaleidoscope of hues.
Carmen Glover, an expert manicurist and CND Advanced Master, applies more than 16 years of nailcare experience to performing personalized nailcare services that address the specific needs of each individual. Glover calls on the powers of CND Shellac, a chip-resistant 14-day polish, to helm the Shellac manicure and outfit nails in a glossy new hue from a selection of 24 colors and 37 Pollock-inspired designs. A relaxing hand massage with lotions and oils helps release built-up tension and stiffness, and supplements the manicure's filing and shaping of the nails and conditioning of the cuticles. After the UV lamp zaps nails to an instant shine, Carmen's attentions move down to the feet with the quick-service mini pedicure. The mini pedicure caters to clients with ingrown nails and toes that refuse to dance at the annual sock hop, addressing stubborn nail problems and cuticles before burnishing nails with a fresh coat of polish.
Podiatrist Dr. Jodi Politz founded Futzpah 118 with medical-grade hygiene standards to cleanse the minds of germophobes, as well as to serve specialty spa clients such as diabetics, pregnant women, and chemotherapy patients. Experienced staff make use of sterile, single-use mani-pedi sets and aromatherapeutic products to test how well finger pads can smell. The Futzpah Footsie begins by shaping nails and minimizing cuticles, then pampers little piggies with exfoliation before adorning talons in gleaming armor (a $45 value). Manicures also include a massage to deeply relax palms and stretch fingers in preparation for a shadow-puppet reenactment of The Godfather Trilogy (a $20 value). Futzpah 118's luxurious facilities include an array of oversize plush black chairs above sparkling clear basins and beneath ceiling-mounted TVs, and an immense bronze-hued mask exudes serenity.
The seasoned nail techs and aestheticians at Studio Lounge 713 coddle extremities and drench skin in a cornucopia of nail and facial
services. During the shellac mani-pedi, which lasts 60?90 minutes, patrons sip a holiday cocktail while a skilled talon-tamer shapes nails and corrals cuticles before painting them with a durable gel Shellac polish that strengthens nails, preparing them for particularly rigorous thumb wars. The 45-minute Ultimate pedicure expels tension from toes with a paraffin dip, skims off calluses and dead cells, and ameliorates dry skin with a foot scrub and mask. Those in need of back beautification can opt for the 45-minute back facial, during which a deft aesthetician exfoliates while simultaneously massaging tense muscles with alternating pressure. A mask and moisturizing application hydrates even the driest of dorsal fins, and clients can maintain their dermal dapperness by carting home a complimentary loofah.