Lots of cash to blow? Get real diamonds and gold embedded in your nails.
25K for a mani sounds cray-cray. What do you get for it? Not dancing Cabana Boys or a song written for you by say Ed Sheerhan or Lady Ga Ga. What you do get, if you’re in California, is a manicure created with bottles of $130k Models Own real gold nail polish (that’s for the entire bottle) and GIA-Certified diamonds.
Images Luxury Nail Lounge has five locations in California where you can acquire real diamond nail art and more. Me? If I had diamond nails, I’d be freaking out 24/7 that I would lose one. What’s the point of having a diamond mani, if you wear gloves to protect the jewels? Which is something that I would do.
If you’re braver than I am, and have lots of money to blow on your digits, Images Luxury Nail Lounge can help you spend all that moola. Their menu has lots of options. Here’s the thing. Their uber expensive mani packages are more than just diamonds and gold dust on your nails. They’re including facials and such to bump their prices to the stratosphere. Read on and gag.
The Haute Couture Mani runs from $500 to $2500 and up. Here’s what’s included: Real diamond designs using 1-10 diamonds, 33m in size. A luxury mani and pedi using a marine mineral bath. Hand and foot massage with Jojoba oil and lavender lotion. They also toss in a luxury facial.
The Gold Rush Mani starts at $2500 and goes to $10,000 and up. Gulp. You get a mani with Models Own nail laquer. One bottle of that costs $130,00. Possibly because it has 1118 diamonds encrusted on the topper. A nail design made with 24 gold. A luxury facial. Eyelash extensions or a threading/waxing service. French champagne and pastries.
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Glitz & Glamicure goes from $10,000 to $25,000 and up. You get a personal consultation to pick your GIA-certified diamonds. Lux mani and pedi and a massage. Celeb makeover. Which is another term for a blowout and a makeup artist to create a look for you. A facial that uses only premium products. Eyelash extensions or a threading/waxing service. French champagne and pastries.
Seriously. If you’re getting a facial with the other packages, does this mean they’re only using stuff from oh, say Sally Beauty Supply? And if you hand over lots of dosh, they’re giving you a facial with products from Bergdorf’s???
Could anything be more pretentious than this menu? Before you say “no.” Think about the people who want these offerings?
Have you ever come across anything wackier than this? If so, please write it in the comments. Would love to know and share.