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There's a reason why Olive & June Beverly Hills is an Instagram favorite. Founded by mani/pedi obsessive Sarah Gibson Tuttle and designed by the stylish duo behind TenOverSix, the space is filled with clean lines, pleasant hues, fresh blooms, and a nail polish wall that doubles as a work of art. Now that O&J has nailed down a loyal following on the westside, Tuttle and her crew have headed east to charm Pasadena with its signature photo-worthy services. This is #OJPAS.
Set to open tomorrow, Olive & June's second salon resides at outdoor complex The Commons, right next to Lemonade and conveniently connected to equally-stylish beauty stop Drybar. In fact, there's a door inside the salon that leads right into Drybar, a feature that founder Alli Webb is already a huge fan of. "Drybar and Olive & June go together like chocolate and peanut butter," she tells us. "After enjoying Drybar's high-energy atmosphere, it's fun to step inside of O&J for a more zen experience."
In addition to enjoying O&J's relaxing environment and flawless mani and pedi treatments ($18-$90), guests can also shop the salon's curated retail options, from Earth Tu Face skin sticks ($38) to Chan Liu beaded bracelets ($110) to Tkees sandals ($50-$65).
Olive & June Pasadena will be open Monday through Sunday from 9am to 8pm.