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‘Pamper Me More’ Brings Lashes, Facials, and More to Court House

‘Pamper Me More’ Brings Lashes, Facials, and More to Court House

Herald Staff

Linda Vuong, pictured, started working in cosmetology to help her pay for her bills. Nearly 20 years later, she has three successful businesses across Cape May County.
Linda Vuong, pictured, started working in cosmetology to help her pay for her bills. Nearly 20 years later, she has three successful businesses across Cape May County.

The Pamper Me Salons is proud to announce the opening of their third location, “Pamper Me More, Nails, Lashes, Facials & More in the heart of Cape May Court House. The new location behind the T.J.Maxx offers more services – including lashes, facials and select hair services, such as blowouts, deep conditioning, and keratin treatments for all of your pampering needs.

A panoramic shot of Pamper Me More in Cape May Court House, behind T.J. Maxx

The owner, Linda Vuong has been in the industry for over 20 years. Some of Linda’s customers have followed her from the beginning when she was doing nails to pay for college. She attended college locally at ACCC and then Stockton, pursuing a career as a teacher while continuing to do nails to support her financially. She graduated Stockton in 2010 and taught at the Atlantic County Institute of Technology for ten years. For a few years, Linda juggled the responsibilities of business ownership alongside a full-time teaching career but today, her Pamper Me Salons is Linda’s full-time gig – besides raising her kids.

In 2016, she opened her first salon, Pamper Me Nail Spa in Rio Grande with the support of her family and friends. She then went on to buy Pamper Me II Nails & Spa in the Acme Plaza in Cape May courthouse in 2020, and underwent an entire renovation while being shutdown for COVID. In November of 2023, another business opportunity came knocking at her door and she opened it. She purchased the former Rio Nails & Spa in CMCH. The space is much larger than her other two locations. Not only does it have nails and pedicures stations, but it also has 4 extra rooms in the back that are now set up as wax rooms, facial and lash rooms, along with a shampoo station and hair stations. It was a dream come true. She decided that this would be her new business adventure. She applied for a full service salon license, followed all the guidelines and is now licensed to do nails, lashes, facials, hair and more.

Linda boasts about her “wonderful, kind and talented staff” and her “loyal supportive customers” that have contributed to making her businesses a success. “My staff is my family. I trust them, I treat them the way I would want to be treated and I love them,” she said. She also wants to extend a warm thank you to her customers that have supported her all these years.

Linda has an attitude that everybody should be a lifelong learner. When a customer requests a service, or a nail design, that her salons don’t offer or is not fully equipped to do, she will work with her team, order more supplies if necessary and make it happen. “We are all about learning new things especially new techniques that will allow us to stay up to date with the new trends” Linda told the Herald. Employees continue to take classes to improve and learn new skills.

This customer-first attitude extends to the physical layout of her salons and the amount of product she stocks in every location. Each salon has a warm, welcoming feel and is fully stocked with inventory. She just stocked up on a variety of spa pedicure treatments that target different needs such as detox bubbles to cleanse, muscle relaxers for working feet, massage creams to help with circulation as well as tea tree oil to help with athletes foot. She also just purchased 198 new bottles of matching gel/polish and dip for each location as well as new nude and neon colors to keep up with current trends. She pays close attention to organization and cleanliness.

Scan the QR code on this benchmark, follow us, like us and tag us for a chance to enter a special giveaway. One set of free acrylic nails including nail art will be given away once a week for the month of May done by Lewis in the newest location at Pamper Me More.

Special Promotion: 15% off of facials during the entire month of May!

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