Routine nail care and manicure treatments promote healthy, strong nails. In turn strong, hard nails which don’t break easily are a sign of overall good health. Upgrade any manicure with GEL for an additional $20. Gel/Shellac removal with Gel mani +$3



Includes polish removal, nail trimming, and shaping. Finish with polish and top coat application.

Garden Oaks


A standard vintage manicure combined with an exfoliating cucumber mint scrub follow by a banana peel rub to brighten skin. The antioxidants and nutrients help pesky breakouts. Finish with a paraffin dip.



This is designed for chronic nail biters who need additional TLC for their cuticles. Extra time will be spent to carefully detail the cuticles and reshape the nails. Skin is exfoliated with an avocado sugar scrub. A therapeutic paraffin dip helps restore moisture. Nail growth enhancer is applied to promote stronger, longer, healthy nails prior to painting. A gentle massage using our house made soy wax to moisturize the skin. Ends with a swift shoulder massage before saying farewell.

Everlasting Manicure

40 mins $43

Enjoy our luxurious vintage nail service that lasts up to 14 days without sacrificing your nail health in the process. GEL polish needs no dry time and is applied like traditional nail polish. 7 days no chip guarantee!

In order to get the perfect manicure, there are several steps that you need to follow:

Step 1: Clean your nails with polish remover.

Step 2: Clip, file, and buff.

Clip nails first, if necessary. Then file gently, moving in one direction to get your tips square, round, or somewhere in between.

Step 3: Push back your cuticles.

After that, you should prepare cuticles with cuticle remover. Please make sure it’s not an oil or a balm to help dissolve dead skin and soften the area.

Step 4: Exfoliate your hands.

Exfoliate hands, wrists, and forearms with a scrub that eliminates dead skin cells and replenishes moisture.

Step 5: Moisturize your hands and cuticles.

This step will help you to avoid smudging almost or dry nail polish later. While doing this, take the opportunity to give yourself a mini hand massage. To finish, swipe each nail with nail polish remover to get rid of residue.

Step 6: Apply a base coat.

Apply a base coat to hydrate and protect nails and prevent chipping. Then chill for a few.

Step 7: Apply your first coat of color.

Now for the fun part: Apply a coat of your color of choice, being sure to get the brush all the way down to the cuticle, and into the corners of your nail. Maximum coverage on the first coat makes the second coat a breeze. Just keep the layer thin.

Step 8: Apply your second coat of color.

After a nice full two minutes (set your phone timer if you know you’re going to cheat), apply the second coat of nail polish. Sheer or pastel shades may require a third coat for full, seamless coverage. Just remember to keep it nice and thin.

Step 9: Finish with a topcoat.

A topcoat protects your manicure from chipping and adds shine to nails. Don’t skip it, or you’ll significantly shorten the lifespan of the paint job you just worked so hard on. A word of warning: Be careful when you put your topcoat on, since a messy application can ruin your entire manicure.

Step 10: Clean up rough edges and let your nails dry.

Finally, tidy up any mistakes or wobbly edges by using a piece of cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover. Then you wrap around the end of your cuticle stick, and carefully trace around your nails. If you have nail polish remover pads, try folding one into a triangle for more precise application. Then let your nails dry an additional five minutes.