Cuticles are buffed and reshaped as feet unwind with exfoliation and massage; aestheticians apply a full set of extensions lash by lash
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- $20 for a mani-pedi (a $35 value) with a 10-minute foot massage (a $15 value; a $50 total value). Customers may upgrade to Shellac for an additional $15.
- $50 for a full set of eyelash extensions (a $120 value)
The mani-pedi includes a traditional shape, buff, and polish, as well as a pumice-stone treatment to remove dead skin from the feet, followed by callus-remover solution, sea-salt exfoliation, and moisturizer. Over the course of 30–90 minutes, technicians augment eyes with a full set of polyester or mink extensions, lovingly applying each lash—procured cruelty-free and available in a range of colors—one-by-one to the natural lashes, where they'll stay for up to two weeks.Nails Design
Healthy, beautiful hands are the primary concern at Nails Design, where manicurists combat ragged cuticles and dry skin with extra-careful attention. Pumice stones and sea salt slough away rough patches on heels, and hand, arm, and foot massages help combat soreness brought on by months of literally crawling out of bed. While the staff is committed to safeguarding the health of natural nails, they also excel at applying acrylic tips, often enhanced by vibrant hand-painted designs that incorporate everything from animal prints to holiday motifs. Beyond nails, the spa further beautifies bodies with waxing and facials, as well as eyelash extensions in a variety of colors.