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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Launches Christian Louboutin Nail Colours And Treatments

October 26, 2017 Luxury Hotels No Comments Email Email

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is the first hotel in Japan to officially partner with Christian Louboutin to offer their Nail Colour range along with four luxurious manicure and pedicure treatments. This is the latest innovation at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, the only hotel in Japan to have been awarded Five Star ratings for both hotel and spa in the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide for the last three years.

Guests can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city from the 37th floor Spa Studio during these treatments which pair the Loubi Nail Primer and Loubi Nail Gloss with any Christian Louboutin Nail Colour for a flawless finish. While relaxing in barbershop-style chairs, guests choose from 22 Nail Colours, including the iconic Rouge Louboutin and, for the underside of nails, Loubi Under Red. Also available are hues selected from The Nudes, The Noirs and The Pops collections. Christian Louboutin Nail Colour delivers luxurious, ultra-pigmented and long-lasting colour to nails.

Two of the treatments last 60 minutes and begin with a luxurious foot or hand bath scented with drops of the guest’s chosen Christian Louboutin Perfume Oil. These Perfume Oils introduce the designer’s three signature women’s perfumes: Bikini Questa Sera, Tornade Blonde and Trouble in Heaven. Nail shaping, cuticle care and a rejuvenating hand or foot exfoliation follow, preparing guests for the delicate application of stylish, long-lasting Christian Louboutin Nail Colours.

For appointments, contact the The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo at +81 (0)3-3270-8300 or email motyo-spaconcierge@mohg.com. Prices exclude tax and service charges.

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