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After opening its doors in June of last year, Queen Village nail salon Lacquer Lounge set itself apart from the crowd via its ultra-feminine pink and white interior and a high standard for health and safety that would ease the mind of even the most anxious, bare-nailed germaphobe.
Now, Lisa McElhone, the salon's owner, is upping the ante further with plans for a one-stop-shop concept, a transformation of Lacquer Lounge into a "beautique." In addition to make-up applications, manicures, and pedicures, the salon will offer a small gift shop so customers can do some pre- and post-beautification perusing. Air-brush tanning, waxing, and blow-out services will also be added to the menu; look for the changes later this month.
· Lacquer Lounge "Beautique" Opens In Queen Village [Passyunk Post]
· Lacquer Lounge [Official Site]