Women getting ready to go to festive event.
Christmas 2021
Tips to Nail your Christmas Beauty Prep
Are you Christmas ready?
Published 17 November

‘Tis the season to be jolly and here at Big Top, we’ve provided you with three steps to have yourself glowing this Christmas! After all, we all need a little self-care this holiday season.

 

1. Let the joy begin with a mani-pedi

Although there are many magical benefits of a manicure and pedicure, there’s something truly therapeutic about paying a visit to a nail salon. Head to Ocean Spa Nails to enjoy a luxe treatment while getting your nails celebration ready. From candy cane-themed nail art to a classic red set, treat yourself to the ultimate pamper package and a shiny set of holiday nails.

If you’d prefer to indulge in a mani-pedi at home, you can visit Malouf Pharmacies to pick up all the essentials to enjoy a self-pamper session.

Hands of a young woman. The nails are covered with red gel Polish. Manicure ideas. Holiday, Christmas and New year concept. 

 

2. Get glowing with a brow, lash and facial treatments

Prepare your skin for the holiday season with treatments curated for your skin type and condition. If you’re booking in for first appointment, make sure you head to Beauty Hub.

From Facial Waxing to SPL Lash Treatment and of course, the Beauty Hub Facial, you can rest assured that the team at Beauty Hub will have your complexion glistening like Christmas lights!

Woman in mask on face in spa beauty salon. 

 

3. Relax and unwind with a massage

Spoil yourself to a relaxing massage treatment this festive season.

After the year that was, you deserve to unwind with a Chinese massage from Real Health Massage.

From the moment you step foot in their salon, you’re welcomed with a serene, uplifting ambience that’s complemented with massage therapists to provide you with a rejuvenating experience.

Young woman enjoying therapeutic neck massage in spa center, closeup 

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Published on 17 November, 2021
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