Nail Bar Serves Up Beauty in Las Vegas

Nail Bar at The Spa at Four Seasons Las VegasIn Las Vegas, there seems to be a bar around every corner and new hot watering holes popping up every day. While most serve cocktails, one of the newest has beauty benefits and quiet relaxation on its menu. Wanting to enhance its nail offerings, The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas unveiled a new Nail Bar earlier this year. The easily accessible space is located just steps from the hotel’s entrance and includes three manicure stations with custom finishes and three plush, heated pedicure chairs with a memory-foam system and recline and massage options. Complete with textured wall coverings and custom lighting, the space can be enjoyed solo thanks to privacy sheers between each pedicure chair, or with a group. The customized manicure and pedicure services rely on Morgan Taylor and Smith & Cult nail lacquers. “The Forbes five-star spa has long been a sanctuary for guests to escape the bustle of the Las Vegas Strip,” says general manager Mark Hellrung. “The new Nail Bar is a natural extension of completely customized Four Seasons nail services in a fresh, modern environment.” There are plenty of indulgent options here, it is Sin City after all, on the nailcare menu.

  1. Spa-goers can slip off their stilettos and opt for the Espresso & Mint Manicure (starting at $65, 25 minutes) and Pedicure (starting at $100, 50 minutes), which soothes muscles with a menthol massage and invigorates overworked hands and feet with a rich mud scrub of coffee, sarsaparilla, and volcanic pumice.
  2. Decadence & Delight Manicure (starting at $50, 50 minutes) and Pedicure (starting at $85, 50 minutes) is made for guests on the go with instant relaxation from a warm, aromatic soak, cane sugar and sweet almond oil exfoliation, and hydrating cream.
  3. For weekend warriors, the Citrus Deluxe-Weekend Manicure ($75, 50 minutes) and Pedicure ($115, 75 minutes) is the perfect cure. It begins with a gentle citrus exofliation and warm paraffin mask. It also includes a vitamin C pressure-point massage to relive tension and stress.
  4. Kimberly Parry Organic Manicure (starting at $60, 25 minutes) and Pedicure (starting at $95, 50 minutes) relieves aching hands and feet in a snap with a mint and ginger soak and soothing massage.

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