The Beauty Bar at Geist

Yesterday I checked out The Beauty Bar at Geist. I’ve been talking about checking this place out ever since I heard it was coming to town.

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Well, lucky for me the full service salon reached out to me to do a review on their services. I was go glad because I was overdue for a manicure.  The Beauty Bar is a one-stop shop for all your grooming needs. There’s a hair salon, manicure and pedicure stations, massage area and an area to get facials.

The hair studio was already there, but Erin, the owner told me that she and her husband  started the other services in July. Erin said that a beauty bar where you can serve cocktails, beer and wine was already a popular concept in Florida where she moved from and thought it would be a hit in Indy.

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The waiting area.

I’m all good with it. Most spas give you a choice of  water or tea or maybe even a mimosa, but a place where you can get cosmos and bourbon on the rocks, sign me up.

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Cocktail menu. There were more options on the back

The decor was really nice with the manicure area being set up just like a bar.

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The manicure “bar” was very cool.

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They are an Aveda salon, so Aveda products it is. Everything is already set and ready to go.

I’ll have to go back for a pedicure because those chairs looked so comfy.

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Pedicure area.

I normally like bright colors on my nails, but since I am prone to my nails chipping a day after being polished, I decided to try a nude shade. At the recommendation of some of the ladies in the salon I tried CND VinyLux polish, which is supposed to last for seven days. I sure hope so because I love the way my nails look.

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I still had some cuticle oil on, but I’m really loving this nude polish. It’s just enough color, but if it chips it won’t be so noticeable.

The basic manicure cost $25, which is pretty standard and it took probably 45 minutes from start to dry. It includes shaping, polish, hand massage, hot towel and cuticle treatment. Other services like a pedicure cost $35 and a custom facial starts at $45, but for the month of August, facials and waxing are 40 percent off. *deal alert*

Cocktails will cost you  $8.50 and wine ranges from $5 to $7, but if you’re a not a drinker they have non-alcoholic beverages as well. Walk-ins are welcomed, but it’s best to make an appointment.

Do you think you’ll be checking them out soon?


*I received the manicure for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own.*

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