Our Favorite Beauty and Wellness Services Have Reopened in New York

In recent weeks, many of our go-to beauty and wellness services across New York City have reopened in the wake of COVID, with new safety measures in place to protect both customers and staff members.
Some have limited capacity, while others are requiring masks for visitors–no matter the extra precautions these mainstays are taking, we couldn't be happier to see some of our favorite spots reopen! Find out what to expect at these beauty and wellness services below.

Hair Services

Glamsquad: The in-home beauty service, which offers blowouts, haircuts, makeup, and nail care, reopened in late June. Glamsquad beauty professionals bring their own mask and gloves to every appointment, in accordance with CDC guidelines, and every appointment takes place in the comfort of your home.

Book a Glamsquad appointment here 

Drybar: The blowout and hairstyling mecca recently reopened their nearly 20 NYC locations with socially distance spacing and new disinfecting protocols. Drybar has a new virtual check-in process for guests, and face coverings are required for staffers and clients. 

Find a Drybar near you 

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Wellness

WTHN: This acupuncture and wellness haven in the Flatiron district recently reopened with new protocols in place. In addition to increased cleaning practices, the WTHN team will have their temperature checked before each shift, and both staff and clients must wear masks at all times (even during treatment). Nikki recently stopped by for acupuncture here!

20 West 22nd Street

INSCAPE: The meditation studio reopened their retail arm in late June, followed by their meditation-specific offerings (the dome and alcove) in late August for private sessions. Masks must be worn for the entire session, and guests will also have their temperatures taken upon arrival. 

45 West 21st Street

Tend: This dental service, which has five locations across New York, has on-site temperatures checks when clients arrive for an appointment. Their dental teams use single-use or sterilized equipment and have enhanced PPE protocol for each visit (think gloves, masks, and face shields when needed).

Tend has locations at 230 Park Avenue, 142 8th Avenue, 63 Wall Street, and 29 East 21st Street in New York and 155 N 7th Street in Brooklyn

Beauty

Chillhouse: The self-care destination has face, body, and nail treatments available in their Soho location. Masks are required for the duration of services, and both guests and employees will also have their temperatures taken upon arrival. All workstations have been spaced out to ensure social distancing measures are enforced. 

75 Varick Street

Jin Soon: The nail care spas, which offer manicures, pedicures, and massages, reopened their New York locations with new precautions in place. Jin Soon is keeping their salons at 50% capacity to avoid crowding, and plexiglass dividers have been installed between clients and technicians. Plus, clients and staffers must all wear masks when inside the studio.

Jin Soon Spas are located at 421 East 73rd Street, 37 Walker Street, 23 Jones Street, and 56 East 4th Street  

Sundays Studios: This nail care studio has three locations in New York. Masks are required for employees and clients, and they've installed glass partitions at each manicure station to maintain a safe distance. Only a limited amount of clients are allowed in each studio at a time. 

Sundays Studios are located at 51 East 52nd Street, 611 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor, and 30 Hudson Yards, 3rd Floor

Image via Jin Soon