Sizzling Summer Nail Services

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Check out some of the hot nail services on the menu this summer.

Summer Mango Pedi  ($47, 60 minutes) at Dallas Beauty Lounge (Bridgeville, PA): This pedicure treatment includes an OPI mango scrub and pedicure soak followed by a color of choice from Morgan Taylor.

Revitalizing Spa Pedicure ($90, 80 minutes) at The Spa at Silverado at Silverado Resort and Spa (Napa, CA): This treatment, which uses Margot Elena products, includes a soothing foot soak, a scrub, cuticle care, and a foot massage. An application of nail polish concludes the treatment. 

Lickety-Split Manicure ($20, 25 minutes) and Pedicure ($25, 30 minutes) at Paint Nail Bar (Sarasota, FL): The manicure includes nail shaping, light cuticle care, and polish. The pedicure, which is a waterless service that helps the nail polish last longer because the nail bed doesn’t expand during the soaking portion of a traditional pedicure, also includes nail shaping, cuticle care, and a polish application. Clients can choose colors from Deborah Lippmann, Zoya, Smith & Cult, Treat Collection, and BeBio lines. 

Charcoal Detox Pedi ($75, 60 minutes) at Lacquer Lounge (Philadelphia): This service, which utilizes Gena Spa Products, helps eliminate toxins while smoothing and conditioning skin. It starts with a black charcoal foot soak and invigorating purifying scrub followed by a nourishing mask, a massage, a hot steam towel, and an application of polish. 

Bubble-tini Pedi ($49, 50 minutes) at Lavo Natural Nails (Katy, TX): Relying on FarmHouse Fresh products, this treatment begins with a soak using Lavender & Hibiscus Mineral Bath followed by a Watermelon-Basil Vodkatini Polish and an application of Pink Moon Body Wash. A highlight is the whipped mask application called bubblemasking, in which enriched active foam is applied to the skin to deliver polyphenols and anti-inflammatory extracts. The pedi concludes with a massage with Pink Moon Shea Butter and toxic-free polish. 
 

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