Origins Nail Spa {Review & Giveaway}

God must know that I’m in need of some pampering because I was offered a complimentary manicure and pedicure session (complete with scrub and mask!) at Origins Nail Spa. An affiliate of the popular Origins Jamu massage, the nail spa is situated near Bukit Batok MRT station (about 5-7 min walk).

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I actually love that the nail salon is in the heartlands and is so accessible, especially since I stay quite near Bukit Batok.

Now I haven’t done any manicure or pedicure since my wedding day, which was erm, about 7 years ago. When I think of a nail salon, all I can think of is the overwhelming chemical smell. Surprisingly, the nail salon, though modest in size, gives a cosy feel and doesn’t stink badly like many other nail places I’ve been to in the past.

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Three comfy seats only – so do make an appointment before heading down!

We started immediately with a warm foot soak:

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After that, the friendly manicurists started work on my nails – I felt like a queen, literally waited on hand and foot. 🙂

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While they busied themselves with giving me a green tea scrub and a milk mask for my hands and feet, I was given a wide range of polishes to choose from.

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From OPI, China Glaze, ZOYA, and gel polishes from Angel pro and Bling, you’d definitely be able to find something that suits you. There is even a non-toxic nail polish range available for kids (not the ones in the picture, obviously).

I’m very conservative in my choice of colours so I went for a very simple, natural, light colour for my fingernails (so that when it starts chipping, it’s less obvious):

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My kids raved about my pretty nails!

and a darker shade for my toenails:

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Now you know that my foot was hurt a few weeks back so I didn’t feature that foot in the picture. But nevertheless, I must mention that the manicurist was very attentive and observant – the moment she looked at my feet, she knew that my foot was hurt and she was particularly gentle when she did the scrub and mask. Overall, I had such a wonderful time at the nail salon that eventually when I was waiting for the nail polish to dry, I erm, fell asleep.

I hope I didn’t snore.

Anyway, here’s the good news! One reader will win a complimentary classic manicure session at Origins Nail Spa.

To join, all you need to do is to fill in the details in the Rafflecopter widget below.

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On top of the giveaway, Origins Nail Spa has an ongoing GSS promotion valid from 1 June to 30 July 2013. To enjoy the promotion, simply print out the coupon below and bring it along with you when you visit.

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Origins Nail Spa
644 Bukit Batok Central
#01-68
Singapore 650644
Tel: 65650350
Email: book@originsnailspa.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OriginsNailSpa
 
For Appointments:
Monday – Friday (11am to 6pm)
Saturday & Public Holidays (10am to 6pm)
Closed on Sundays

Disclosure: I was invited for a complimentary classic manicure, pedicure and nail spa session. No monetary compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

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13 Responses to Origins Nail Spa {Review & Giveaway}

  1. Carolyn Ho says:

    I love the shade that you used for your toenails- what shade was that?

  2. pc says:

    Emerald comes out of my mind! Must the influence of some SMB lol.

  3. carol lim says:

    I would pick something close to tiffany blue!

  4. qiu xian says:

    I would most probably go for something neutral for my hands but totally glittery and shiny for my toes!
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  5. ella dalistan says:

    shade of red 😀

  6. Abi Ho says:

    A nice pamper on yrself. U deserve it! Am looking forward to do one 🙂

  7. Shermeen says:

    I will always choose something that sparkles for my fingers! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!
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  8. Rachel Lim says:

    I want to try teal color!

  9. Chin Ting says:

    hehe..I’m the same as you..prefer light colours on my hands to let it last longer..get so annoyed at the first chip! So mostly probably will go for a light blush. 🙂

  10. Irene Hay says:

    I love to have sparkles on my nails.

  11. Adele Ang says:

    I like pastel colours (:

  12. Ranice Wu says:

    Pastel pink for me!
    Having two boys means my life is usually fill with boys colours!
    So wish for something girly!

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