The Nail Artistry is an unassuming space with floor-to-ceiling windows, plush seats and a huge TV screening the latest blockbuster. Basic services include manicures (from $15), pedicures (from $35) and spa treatments (from $30). The manicurists are flexible with requests, but check out the salon’s Instagram page
for its innovative and trendy designs. You can also request for hand-painted characters such as Totoro or Pikachu on your nails. If you’re feeling peckish or waiting for someone to finish their manicure, there’s a café on the premises that offers light bites such as breads, croissants and cakes ($1.50-$7.50), and coffee ($3-$6). Tiffany Chow recommends the…
Classic gel manicure and pedicure (from $48 and $58, respectively). For an additional fee, get nail art designs – The Nail Artistry has geometric, watercolour and gradient matte patterns, among others. I opted for the holographic effect and the salon charges $3 to $4 per nail depending on whether it’s a single- or two-toned gradient. Once my nails were prettied up, attention shifted to my feet – and they were as well taken care of. The pedicure involved filing the soles of my feet, followed by an exfoliating scrub, to remove callouses and leave them supple.