10 minute manicure!

Hello all,

Twenty-four grueling hours later I have arrived at India. I am wide awake… hello jetlag! Anyways, I just wanted to make a quick post about something I saw at the Dulles International Airport (and now I realize there are more in other airports!). It’s the 10 minute manicure! Its such a brilliant idea. Unfortunately I was rushing to my gate when I noticed it but I could not help but think how the 10-minute idea should totally be extended to all kinds of beauty services – 10 minute facials , 10 minute hairstyles, 10 minute make up application! HECK YES! Haha! Well I also read they sell tiny bottles/travel friendly beauty items. These could be a lifesaver – my skin gets super dry during flights – but probably because I spend 24 hours in airconditioning when I travel internationally. No bueno :(.

Here is their website! Apparently they do spa length manis and pedis AND gel and acrylic nails! How cool!

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2 responses to “10 minute manicure!

  1. Chloe

    I just love the idea of a ten minute manicure! There’s something about having pretty nails that makes me feel put together even when I’m all rumpled and bleary eyed from a flight! And a big YES to the ten minute hairstyle – that would be perfect after your flight is over!

    For whatever it’s worth, I have the issue with dry skin on flights as well, but I bought this tiny perfume atomizer from Nordstrom for about $7 , and I fill it with rose water, which I mist my face with intermittently through the flight. Makes me feel loads better, and it smells nice too:).

    • ooo Good idea Chloe! I might do that on the flight back from here!
      And yes I totally agree with you, airports need to capitalize on this 10-minute idea!

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