When you are on vacation, you deserve to treat yourself to all the good things in life.  Unfortunately, the “Corona” virus has made it a bit more challenging to do so at popular vacation destinations like Ocracoke, but there are still plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind.  Outside of the beach, restaurants and shops, one of Ocracoke’s newish businesses, Beach Feet Nails, makes pampering guests a priority.

Owner Molly O’Rourke opened Beach Feet Nails as a way to serve the local community as well as visitors on vacation.  Molly has a passion for taking care of people and helping them look their best while taking care of the health of their hands and feet. After acquiring all of the necessary certifications, Molly opened Beach Feet Nails next to Angie’s Gym on Sand Dollar Road.  The spa features a massage chair and foot bath, plethora of nail colors to choose from, hot towels and relaxing music.  Whether you’re interested in treating yourself to a manicure or pedicure, Molly’s services include both regular polish and gel.  In addition to treating vacationers, she has also been a wonderful addition for wedding parties on Ocracoke interested in nail appointments.  We love Molly and can attest to her professionalism and genuine spirit.  To book an appointment at Beach Feet Nails, guests can request an appointment on her Facebook page (Beach Feet Nails) or by calling/texting 856-577-7983.  Like many of the locals on the island, Molly does work at other jobs so there may be a delay in returning your request.  However, she will get back to you and take great care of you.  Well worth the treat!

Ocracoke Island is a fabulous place to visit for vacation.  Help your body unwind and relax by booking a nail service appointment at Beach Feet Nails.  You’ll look fabulous at the beach, shopping, and dining out and feel great too!

 

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