- Kids Cut – ₹150 (6 years and below)
- Hair Cut – ₹200
- Beard Trimming – ₹50
- Beard Styling – ₹100+
- Perming – ₹800+
- Hair Straightening/Smoothening – ₹1500+
- Oil Massage – ₹500
- Mythic Oil Massage – ₹600
- Hair Streaking – ₹200 (per streak)
- Fashion Coloring – ₹600+
- Global Coloring – ₹500+
- Global Coloring (Ammonia Free) – ₹550+
- Pre-lightening – 600+
- Dandruff Treatment – ₹600+
- Protein Treatment – ₹600+
- Hair Loss Treatment – ₹600+
- Repair Treatment – ₹700+
- Dandruff Combo – 1000+
Hair Spa is a therapy that is essential for maintaining a healthy growth. It is basically a procedure that helps to make your hair strong, bouncy and shiny, while simultaneously dealing with dandruff, damaged hair, and hair fall control. Today it is one of the most popular and best trends for conditioning your hair to keep it healthy. There is no age limit as such for a spa visit. You can start as young as 14-15 because that is the age at which dandruff and hair fall problems can start. You can do a spa even as often as a week if you want to…ideally once in 2 weeks
- Under Eye Treatment – ₹1500
- Pimple/Acne – ₹1500
- Wrinkle Treatment – ₹2200
- Pigmentation Treatment – ₹2500
- Groom Facial – ₹5000
- Fruit Facial – ₹800
- Alpha Whitening – ₹1000
- Shine and Glow – ₹1800
Quickers are basically quick treatments for your skin especially when you are having a busy schedule or when you have already done a skin treatment very recently. Quickers are your best option if you have a party or function to attend to the following day and you want to give your best look. Quickers can be also used as an add on to your facials or clean ups for better results.
- De–Tan (Add On) – ₹250
- Gold Collagen Mask
(Includes cleansing with the mask) – ₹1200
- Collagen Mask
(Includes cleansing with the mask) – ₹1000
- Black/Mineral Collagen Mask
(Includes cleansing with the mask) – ₹1000
- Brightening Peel Off Mask/
Rose Glow Peel Off Mask
(Includes cleansing with the mask) – ₹1000
- Vital clean
Quick clean up for refreshment – ₹900
- Clean & Clear
Very effective to thoroughly cleanse the skin,
Remove all the oil and dead cell build up – ₹1000
- Signature Facial
Ideal facial for rejuvenating & relaxing – ₹2500
- Radiant Facial
Perfect facial for healthy and radiant skin – ₹2000
- Skin Brightening Facial
Facial that works best for brightening and
whitening the skin – ₹3500
- Anti Aging Treatment
Very effective treatment to counter the
effects of aging – ₹3500
- Dark Spot / Pigmentation Treatment
Very helps for skin with dark spots
& pigmentation – ₹2500
- Smooth and Silky Treatment
Effective treatment for acne prone skin – ₹2500
- Eye Contour / Under Eye Treatment
Effective for dark circles and puffiness – ₹750
- Back Treatment
Effective treatment that removes dead cells
and makes the skin hydrated – ₹1500
- Glycolic Peel
AHA peel for all skin types. Helps to reduce
pigmentation, fine lines & wrinkles – ₹4500
- Cellulite Treatment
Perfect solution for cellulite, helps in toning &
stimulating the skin resulting in inch loss – ₹8000+
- Bio Sensi Facial
Specially designed facial for sensitive skin – ₹3000
- Illuminating Facial
Ideal facial for a glowing and illuminated skin – ₹3500
- Anti–tan Facial
Perfect facial for tanned skin – ₹3500
- Sensi balance Facial
Facial done to calm down sensitive skin – ₹3000
- Clean Up
Includes cleansing, scrubbing, steam,
extraction, and pack – ₹600
- Mini Whitening Facial
Facial suitable for pigmentation, wrinkles
and for dry skin – ₹1500
- Seaweed Facial
Works best on oily, dark & acne prone skin – ₹2500
- Vitamin C Facial
Ideal facial for dry and dull skin – ₹2700
- Whitening Facial
Best facial for fairness, includes an extra power
mask which gives you a glowing skin – ₹3500
- Diamond Facial
Exclusive facial for all skin types, works at its
best on dark skin – ₹3500
WHAT IS FACIAL?
A facial is essentially a multi-step skin treatment that is one of the best ways to take care of your skin. A facial cleanses, exfoliates, and nourishes the skin, promoting a clear, well-hydrated complexion and can help your skin look younger. You also receive advice on the best way to take care of your skin. A facial works best when it is part of an on-going program of skin care.
A facial should begin with a consultation.
The preparations for the facials are done.
Cleansing Usually, the esthetician starts by wrapping your hair with a towel or head band to keep products off of it. The first step is thorough cleansing using cotton or sponges.
- Skin analysis and cleansing
Depending on whether you have makeup on, the esthetician might look at your skin under a bright lamp first, or covers your eyes and looks at your skin through a brightly lit magnifying lamp. She is determining your basic skin type (dry, oily, combination, sensitive or normal) and skin conditions (acne, blackheads, whiteheads, aging, sun-damage, dehydration, etc.). The esthetician then chooses the appropriate products and treatments and consults with you about what he or she sees and recommends.
Exfoliating the skin uses mechanical or chemical substances. Mechanical exfoliants have a gritty texture that rubs away the surface dead skin cells. This type of exfoliation usually happens during or before the steam. Chemical exfoliation uses enzymes and acids to loosen the bond between skin cells.
Most facials use a machine that directs a thin vapor of warm steam to your face. This is relaxing and helps softens up any blackheads and whiteheads to be extracted. If you have very sensitive skin, the esthetician may not use steam.
This is the removal of blackheads or whiteheads if you want it and need it. People have different pain tolerance for extractions.
- Facial massage
Using classic strokes like effleurage to both relax you and stimulate your skin and facial muscles.
- Facial mask
A mask is targeted to your skin type (dry, oily, combination, sensitive, mature) and condition. During the facial, the esthetician should stay in the room and give you a scalp massage or some other service. If they leave the room to let you “relax” don’t go back.
- Final application
An application of toner, serums, moisturizer, and sunscreen if it’s daytime is given.
- Advice on home skin care
The esthetician will tell you how she thinks you can take better care of your skin and recommend products. Some feel uncomfortable with this step because it involves product recommendations, but it is part of the facial to use home care.
- Nose piercing – ₹100
- Ear piercing – ₹200
- Lower lip piercing – ₹350
- Eye brow piercing – ₹350
- Anti eye brow piercing – ₹500
- Lip piercing – ₹450
- Bridge – ₹600
- Tongue piercing – ₹1500
WHAT IS MANICURE?
A manicure is a beauty treatment which uses special tools, creams, waxes or massage techniques to leave your nails and hands healthy and looking good. A manicure is usually very soothing. The manicurist uses reflexology or other hand-massage techniques to relax you. You will probably be one-on-one with the manicurist, who should tell you what he is going to do and check to see if you have any queries or concerns.
A GOOD MANICURE CAN:
Clean, shape, and strengthen your nails.
Attend to any skin problems you might have around the nail, such as broken or sore skin.
Use acupressure or hand-massage techniques to stimulate the blood and lymph flow to improve the health of your skin.
Use of creams and waxes to exfoliate, cleanse and improve the texture of your nails and the skin of your hands.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET A MANICURE?
It’s advisable to get your manicure done once every two weeks but if you have a busy schedule getting a manicure once a month is also fine.
- Body tattoo – ₹800
per sq inch (₹600 for every extra sq inches)
- Eye brow tattoo – ₹3500
- Eye lining – ₹4000
- Lip lining – ₹4000
- Lip coloring – ₹6000
WHAT IS PEDICURE?
A pedicure is a cosmetic treatment of the feet and toe nails. There are many types of pedicures that range in method, but a classic or regular pedicure generally takes place in a nail salon rather than a spa. As the customer, you will sit in a comfortable chair and likely receive the following.
A warm foot soak to help soften and relax the skin and toenails.
A foot scrub to remove calluses and flaky, dry foot skin — usually done with a pumice stone, foot file or other tool.
Moisturizer applied via a short foot and lower leg massage.
A careful trim and file of the toenails.
A nail cuticle treatment that includes the cuticles being pushed back and the application of nourishing cuticle oil.
A foot mask has lasting benefits for all skin types, as it helps seal and retain the moisture and prevent daily wear and tear.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET A PEDICURE?
It’s advisable to get your pedicure done once every two weeks but if you have a busy schedule getting a pedicure once a month is also fine.