Put a Little Cha-Cha in Your Hanukkah

Holy Menorah, Hanukkah’s here. Happy Hanukkah to all who celebrate! And for those who don’t: Open your hearts, for God’s Sake. It’s about faith and tradition and hope. What’s not to love?

To help you make the most of these eight days of light, we welcome you to swing by the salon for gifts, merriment, and even a new look.

 First off: The shopping. 

The shopping at Nixon & Co is, we’ll just say it, heavenly. As in these gratitude-filled penny bracelets.

These gifts – necklaces and bracelets – are based on a story that says pennies are from heaven – in fact they’re signs of love from angels. Shop now. They’re adorable and eye-catching. And nothing will say you care like a message from above.

Hanukah is also a time for believing and, for many, for special hats. While we don’t feature the traditional Hanukah ware, we do have these. Cool, huh?

 

And for anyone on your list this season, including you, jewelry is always appreciated. bracelets are so adorable, God would approve.

Of course, as you shop, remember to take care of you. Indulge as you see necessary to make it through the holidays. But, by all means, be discrete. These flasks could help.

flasks
Second: The merriment

Throughout the days of Hanukkah, fellowship is essential. At Nixon & Co Salon and Boutique, we’re always in the holiday spirit. Stop by to say hi. Browse around, relax. Think about spreading the cheer to others. Like with a lovely greeting card like this:

thought you were a bitch
Finally: The style

Keep in mind that a factor of the holidays is dealing with exhaustion. There’s so much to do, and so many reasons to get tired. We fear that one of the reasons for fatigue is your look. Are you – and others (we won’t lie) – tired of your overall appearance? Do you look as exhausted as you feel?

 The reality is it’s easy to be a martyr this time of year. Everything falls to you, as you run around and do everything for everyone else. We welcome you to nail yourself to the cross. It’s Christmas, after all. But try not to look like you have. Lighten up, brighten up. Cover the gray. Update your cut. For the love of everyone. And God.

 So, whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, or the Winter Solstice, do it with a little cha-cha. Come in to shop, come in to be merry, and come in for a new you. And through it all, don’t forget to try to relax. These bath salts might help. Mazel Tov!

bath salts


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