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Hand Job Nails & Spa To Open Second Castro Location

By Brian Ray - Published on August 09, 2016.
Photos: Brian Ray/Hoodline

In early July we shared news that day spa It's All About You had closed its doors, leaving a vacancy at 4051 18th St.  Last week, signs posted in the papered-over windows informed the neighborhood that Hand Job Nails and Spa, which already has a location at 565 Castro St., will be opening their second location in the space.

Sign posted in window details what to expect.

According to a sign on display, the new location (which is only a three-minute walk from the original) will offer massage rooms, facial and hair removal rooms, manicure/pedicure stations, and hair stations, in addition to a lounge and tea bar.

They also appear to be hiring massage therapists, estheticians, nail technicians, hair stylists, and receptionists, although it's not clear if all positions are for this new location, or for the existing one as well.

We've reached out to the owner of Hand Job to get more details on when the new location will open, but have yet to hear back. In the meantime, you can learn more about the services Hand Job offers on its website.


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