Joli Nails

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The American owned boutique salon is located on a quiet shopping street a few blocks away from Shirokanetakanawa Station and the French Embassy, and gives you the kind of warm feeling you might get when stepping into an old friend’s living room. Don’t be deceived by the laid-back surroundings of this hidden gem, though: JoliNails offers everything from award-winning nails and Swedish pedicures to total eye beauty packages with eyelash extensions and threading services: 5-star quality at extremely reasonable prices. For a completely unique experience, the fully bilingual salon also offers the work of an award winning nail artist who can create miniature masterpieces ranging from abstract images to reproductions of clients’ favorite photos. The salon is one of the few places in Tokyo to offer authentic threading for eyebrows and face. For other body parts, IPL hair removal is offered.

Address: 1F & 2F JoliArts Building, 3-10-9 Shirokane, Minato-ku

Website: www.joliarts-salon.com   

Tel: 03-6721-9669 or 080-3599-9669

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