During the grand opening, coffee, tea and red and white wine will be served free of charge. And the first 100 clients will get a special gift, location manager Alex Vo told the Hyattsville Wire.
Along with the usual manicures and pedicures, the salon offers Swedish, deep tissue and hot stone massage; skin care treatments; eyelash extensions and waxing and tinting.
And as noted by Route One Fun, which first wrote about the grand opening, there’s also special pricing for kids under 10, who can get a manicure for $10, half the adult cost.
The salon’s prices are a little lower than the high-end Red Door Spa in College Park, but a little higher than budget salons, making it a good mid-range option.
As we’ve noted before, nail salons are “Amazon-proof,” since they offer something the online retailing behemoth can’t undercut on price, one reason we’re seeing so many more nail salons along the Route 1 corridor.