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Fourth Annual Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest to Run for Two Weeks Beginning June 17

Pink Nails Salon Queens Blvd (Photo: Sunnyside Shines)

June 2, 2022 By Czarinna Andres

The fourth annual Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest hosted by the Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District will run for two weeks beginning June 17.

The popular event, which will go from Friday, June 17, through Thursday, June 30, will offer a variety of $30 deals at participating personal care businesses like spas, salons and barber shops. The event will also include pet groomers.

The businesses are offering select service packages for customers to get pampered at a lower cost. The $30 packages include services like gel manicures and regular pedicures, haircuts, blow outs, eyebrow threading, lash extensions, hot shaves, facial treatments and more.

“Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest is an important marketing campaign to help bring business to our personal care venues,” said Dirk McCall, the executive director at Sunnyside Shines.

“We are excited to see so many spas and salons participating, and barber shops as well,” said McCall. He also noted that Madagascar, a popular pet grooming service, is also taking part.

The businesses participating in Sunnyside Shines Spa and Salon Fest 2022 are:

Analaigh Hair Beauty and Wellness

46-04 Skillman Ave | (718)784-7558

  • $30 off a Keratin or Brazilian blow-out treatment
  • $30 off specialty facials+ peels (Wednesdays only) (excludes signature peel)
  • $30 off 90-minute-deep tissue or 90 signature

Divina threading

41-26 Queens Blvd | (718)472-4348

  • Eyebrow & lip threading + underarm wax+ regular manicure
  • Express facial +eyebrow thread

Hira Spa

43-43 44th St | (347)944-4796

  • Set of semi-permanent eyelashes + herbal facial cleansing + eyebrow threading

J&L Beauty Salon

42-04 43rd Ave | (646)363-1651

  • Mommy and Me- Gel manicure + regular manicure
  • Hubby and Me- Gel manicure + regular manicure
  • Bestie and Me- Gel manicure + regular manicure

Madagascar Pet Services

39-32 Queens Blvd | (929)463-3773

  • Pawdicure glamour + Paw Cleaning
  • Face glamour (bow, tassels, beads) + Tail glamour (Non-toxic temporary fur dye, new service)
  • Dental brushing + ear cleaning
  • Tear cleaning/facial + face glamour

Monik Beauty Salon

45-54 43rd St | (718) 937-7349

  • Manicure + Pedicure
  • Manicure Gel

Nelson’s Barbershop

44-01 Queens Blvd | (718)729-3331

  • TBA

Pink Nails

46-21 Queens Blvd | (718) 786-4614

  • Eyebrow wax+ lip wax+ underarm wax

Permanent Beauty and Skincare

44-16 Greenpoint Ave | (718) 482-7962

  • Regular Facial ($70 Value)

Peter’s Impressions

4306 47th Ave | (718) 937 6067

  • Wash + Cut + Blow

Rose Threading

39-46 Queens Blvd | (718) 255-6940

  • Eyebrow & lip threading + underarm wax+ regular manicure
  • Express facial +eyebrow thread

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