Including a (way) cheaper alternative to the Dyson Airwrap, an unexpected winter nail color, glow-enhancing highlighters and a whole host of moisturizing skin saviors.
Including your next manicure, probably.
It's like a fancy little spa trip for my fingertips.
Or MFEO for those "Sleepless in Seattle" fans out there.
The salon will carry the full line of Louboutin polishes and also offer specialized branded treatments.
Win for you; win for the environment.
A manicure guide to get you through the colder months.
We have a few theories.
Because you spend a lot of time contemplating your hands and feet during yoga.
Anyone who's ever ridden in a cab with me knows that I'm a stickler for good customer service. (I.e., if a driver is incompetent I get real annoyed.) I'm like this about pretty much everything, from restaurants to department stores. (No one--I mean no one--who works at Uniqlo knows where anything is. Unless they've been promoted to the +J department. There, I've noticed, you can't be lazy. But I digress.) Because of my high standards, I never really stick to one place for beauty treatments, particularly manicures, pedicures, and Brazilians. To me, all nail salons are pretty much the same. The people are nice, but you can't put a tip on a credit card and it's rare to find a technician with whom you're so impressed that you make an effort to go see her every week or two. I was fine bouncing along, getting a manicure whenever I had the time. Until, that is, I discovered Tenoverten, a light-filled loft in New York's TriBeCa neighborhood.