Images: Hello Kitty Beauty Spa
Featuring 1,850 square feet of space, the Hello Kitty Beauty Spa was designed to appeal to high-end and leisure clientele. Designed by Japan-based Miyuki Okamura, the spa is separated into three segments: the reception, a main treatment area and a party area. There are white drapes in the reception area, vintage chic themes throughout, white and pink chairs and couches, hair and nail salons, a lounge, television and karaoke system for kids, make-up and styling stations and a Kitty Café offering treats in between treatments.
According to their website, the Hello Kitty Beauty Spa is a “destination that defines exclusive posh pampering.” Approaching pampering in a positive way that lets clients have fun while boosting their inner beauty, the Hello Kitty Beauty Spa is “an innovative extension to the brand which allows a younger audience to experience the luxury and pleasures of a day at the spa, within an environment that represents the brand,” according to a spokesperson.
All of the products in the spa have unique formulas created exclusively for the Hello Kitty Beauty Spa.
The spa is open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and open on Friday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.