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Third Annual Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest Returns With $30 Deals All Week

Pink Nails Salon Queens Blvd (Photo: Sunnyside Shines)

May 4, 2020 By Allie Griffin

The third annual Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest hosted by the Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District kicks off this Friday ahead of Mother’s Day.

The weeklong event, which runs through Sunday, May 16, offers a variety of $30 deals at participating personal care businesses like spas, salons, barber shops and 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, dental scaling for pets, facial treatments and more.

The annual Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest was not held last year due to COVID-19 closures and restrictions on personal care businesses.

The Sunnyside Shines BID is bringing the event back this year in a effort to help small businesses recover from the economic setbacks brought on by the pandemic.

“COVID restrictions severely reduced the capacity of our personal care businesses to stay alive, and personal care workers put themselves at greater-than-average risk to provide services,” Sunnyside Shines Executive Director Jaime-Faye Bean said.

“Our Spa and Salon Fest has garnered a lot of excitement in past years, and we hope that this year’s event will help bolster business for participating businesses while helping residents look and feel great.”

The businesses participating in the Sunnyside Spa and Salon Fest are:

Blades Brothers Barber Shop

Divina Threading

Hira Spa and Salon

J&L Beauty Salon

La Queen Nail Salon

Laura’s Beauty Salon

Long Island City YMCA

Lotus Nails

Madagascar Pet Services

Mario’s Unisex Barber Shop

Mary’s Hair Salon

Master Unisex Barber Shop

Nelson’s Barber shop

Permanent Beauty and Skincare

Peter’s Impressions

Peter’s Sports Barber Shop

Pink Nails

Ultimate Hair Design

WOW Barber Shop and Hair Salon

The special $30 packages each business is offering from May 7 to May 16 can be found online at sunnysideshines.org/spasalonfest2021. 

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