It’s almost like a tradition to take Megan out to get a pedicure for Mother’s Day. And where have we gone to celebrate? None other than Classy Nails & Spa. This year, I opted to take her a little early because we wanted to avoid the busy crowds that would be coming in over the weekend.
2413 N Greenwich Rd, Wichita, KS 67226
Monday – Saturday: 9am – 7pm
Sunday: 12pm – 6pm
A few years ago, the thought of pedicures was relatively foreign to me. But as time has gone on, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed them and became a believer. I’ve sold the idea of it on many of my friends who once thought it was crazy to get one.
Classy Nails is exactly what the name says, it feels like a classy establishment when you enter. The building is spacious with high ceilings that make me feel like I’m walking into a Vegas casino.
There were roughly 30 stations spread out along the walls of Classy Nails with multiple tables in the middle for those getting pedicures. We opted just for pedicures that day. Sidenote: I’ve never had a manicure and just not sure I can get myself to that point yet.
I went with the deluxe pedicure which included a hydrotherapy soak, cuticle and nail care, exfoliating scrub, callus remover (even though I’m told I have really soft feet which is probably embarrassing to admit), moisturizing mask, massage with 4 hot stones, and a paraffin wax.
I turned on the massage chair and let them go to town on my feet. This was probably the first time the lady doing my nails didn’t ask me what color I wanted for my nails. Thank God! That joke is so played out.
The four favorite parts of the massage included the callus remover on my feet. I had to bite my lip because the foot grater or whatever its called was tickling me and I wanted to laugh so bad.
The moisturizing mask and warm towels were amazing. I want to invest in a towel machine at home so I can recreate this moment time and time again.
The next favorite was the paraffin wax. I put my feet in bags with warm wax. I had no idea what it was, what I was doing but I rolled with the punches.
Rolling with the punches felt great.
The last part was the hot stone massage. I didn’t take pictures of that because I doubt anybody wanted to see my feet and legs being massaged in this blog.
Like I said in my first blog about them, the customer service is outstanding. The owner greets every single person that walks through their doors and thanks them on the way out. He would walk around from customer to customer to make sure they were being taken care of. I loved seeing a hands on owner who was involved with the day to day stuff. That I can respect.
Lastly, I snuck a picture of the kids chair because I eagerly await the first time I can do a daddy/mommy/daughter pedi. More reasons I can justify getting a pedicure, the merrier.
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