Review on 3 Top Beauty salons in NYC
New York is undoubtedly recognized to be the world’s number one fashion-conscious city. Being the home of numerous international movie-stars and crossroad of the world, here all sorts of imaginable and fashionable lifestyles are available. Therefore it does not sound strange to find here a lot of trendy and expensive beauty salons and spas. Another important reason behind the existence of hundred of beauty salons is that people of NYC are now too much sincere for their skin health as they have to cope with the polluted environment in everyday dealings. That is why skin care for men and women in New York has been given such preference.
The beauty treatment offered at the salons varies in accordance with the requirements of clients. It should be noted that almost every salons and spas ensure a safe and hygienic management since the equipments used by them are disinfected after every service.
Want to know more about them, here is a brief review on three of the top beauty salons in NYC.
Dyanna Body and Nail Salon Spa
When it comes to the service of waxing, electrolysis, manicure, pedicure, facial treatments in nyc and massage; Dyanna Spa comes in top of the list. It is located at the Gramercy Park/ Flatiron/ Union Square areas of Manhattan, NY and thought to be the destination of many people. The service provided by Dyanna Spa is really outstanding as it has got some trained hands of aestheticians as well as the price is also affordable here. The special services like Pomegranate red apple full body scrub, hydra dew express facial, 24 Kt gold mask facial, regular European manicure & pedicure, light therapy anti-aging facial etc. are offered by offered by Dyanna Spa. These features made Dyanna Spa the best of NYC salon and spa in every category of skin care on top ranking sites like Citysearch and local.com.
Sweet Lily Natural Nail Spa & Boutique
A gorgeous, warm and comfortable manicure and pedicure service provider of NYC. It is located at the 222W, Broadway, Tribeca. After being founded by former music manager Donna Perillo in 2002, Sweet Lily has basically been renowned for its usage of organic ingredients in all treatments that are made fresh daily in the spa service. One of its lucrative features is the presence of some young executive girls and as the place is not so big, you can have a cozy feeling here while getting your nails done. Besides, you can experience a special honey walnut pedicure from Sweet Lily as fresh walnuts are used here as exfoliant. But the problem with this salon is its poor management. According to the online reviews, some people found the behavior of its manager a bit rude and pushy. Few other complained about the nail bed under the color as it started chipping after the day of nail polishing.
Silk Day Spa
If you want to experience the fusion of Korean and Western influence, then you can go to Silk Day Spa. You can have an outstanding experience of exotic treatments which are based on Korean and Western traditions. Not only the manicure and pedicure services are offered by Silk Day, but also it offers some special services like Silk Supreme Eastern Indulgence which is a full body exfoliation followed by a real mashed fruit wrap, a full body massage, and finally a milk rinse. Online reviews show that some customers found the pricing too much expensive and it is also seen that some customers complained about the massage service.
If I have to rank the places, then it will look like:
1. Dyanna Body & Nail Salon Spa
2. Sweet Lily Natural Nail Spa & Boutique
3.Silk Day Spa.
If you are living in NYC, I hope that this hub will help you in finding the right beauty salon and spa for you.
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