Get beautiful nails in minutes at LAKA Manicure Express

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The times, they are a changin’ — so why not make a change in very little time?

At LAKA Manicure Express, you can change your nail color almost as often as you change your mind. OK, well maybe not THAT often, but the point remains the same: It’s simple, it’s affordable, it’s quick and your nails will look fantastic.

With more than 150 trendy colors to choose from (including some Las Vegas-themed ones), the boutique-style kiosk offers those on-the-go the ease of a 15-minute manicure ($14, not including extras) or 20-minute pedicure ($20, not including extras) without sacrificing quality. The vibrant polishes, which are produced in Europe exclusively for LAKA, add to the efficiency of the treatment because they only require one layer to reach their true tone.

Originating in Israel, LAKA has grown to 25 kiosks around the world and recently opened its first U.S. operations in Las Vegas with locations at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets – South, the Meadows Mall and the Fashion Show Mall. Walk-up locations in high-traffic malls make LAKA the ideal solution for those who want to groom their hands or feet while shopping or running errands, but don’t have a ton of time. Plus, you can pick the perfect color to match that brand new outfit you just purchased!

Along with its highly pigmented, high-quality color polishes, LAKA Manicure Express also offers specially-formulated treatment polishes, including a repair oil, a maximum growth base coat and a speed dry top coat; vitamin-rich hand and foot creams; aloe vera hand soaps; and innovative nail accessories including a convenient nail corrector pen for removing stray polish.

None of their products are tested on animals, and prices start at $4.

Aleza Freeman

A Las Vegas native, Aleza grew up totally oblivious to the plethora of slot machines just about everywhere she went. Her earliest works of art were doodled on the backs of buffet placemats with Keno crayons. An award-winning writer, Aleza has a background in journalism and copywriting. Her works have appeared in publications globally, including the Los Angeles Times and the Jerusalem Post. She covers attractions, tours, art, spas and shopping for and loves every minute of it! Follow Aleza on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.

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