A manicure and pedicure salon in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood sells manicures and pedics and offers classes, including a two-hour online course that costs $300 for the entire semester.
The manicure, pedicures and accessories store, which opened in July, specializes in nail art, makeup, pedics, manicure supplies and other manicures.
The business is part of a wave of new shops in Seattle that are opening in the wake of Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant’s mayoral run, which included a plan to open two more nail salons and two more pedicaments and pedicas.
Sawant’s plan included two more salons, but they have yet to open.
That’s because the City Council’s zoning department has not approved any other new nail salon.
The new nail salon is the newest addition to the Capitol Hill market.
The last nail salon opened in the neighborhood in 2016.
The new salon is located in the same building, on the same floor.
Nail salons were once a staple of the city’s hipster community, with a growing number of young men, women and families looking for a bit of the old-school style.
But the recession has made the nail salon market increasingly scarce, with many retailers having to shut down.
The Capitol Hill Market, the city agency that oversees nail salos, says the number of businesses in the city has declined by about 50 percent since 2010.
A manicure salon could make a dent in that decline, with more women and older people in the market looking for comfort and beauty.
But nail saloons are also an important part of the community, said David Zalubowski, the founder of the Downtown Seattle Association, which represents many small businesses in downtown.
The Capitol Hill nail salon, Zaluowski said, could bring more people to the area, especially people who may have been out of town before.
He said the salon would bring new customers to the market, too, including those who don’t want to shop in the mall.
Zaluowsky said he was impressed by the new nail store’s selection of manicures, pedis and pedicycles.
He also said the salons staff were enthusiastic about what they were doing.
The salon has a weekly open bar, as well as a variety of food trucks and other food vendors, including an Americano-style pizza place.
Zeluowski is optimistic that the new salons would succeed in attracting new customers.
The salon will offer a range of services, including pedicurys, pedicles, pedicas and pedici, he said.
Zoluowski also said that a pedicare and pedice will be a popular part of any salon.
It would be great to have more options, he added.
The first nail salon in the Capitol Hills opened in 2008.
But it closed in 2018.
The shop, which has been operating as a nail shop for the last six years, now has three salons in the area.