Moms get a much-deserved treat on Mother’s Day at the Moms Nailed It event at the Gateway Mall, Ali Mall and Farmers Plaza activity centers tomorrow.
Supermoms are our own superheroes without the capes, and on this day, nanay’s perpetually busy hands can finally take a break and get some tender loving care. Hand care pros at the event will be offering relaxing hand massages, as well as nail makeovers to soothe moms’ tired hands.
Gateway and Ali Mall guests with a single receipt worth a minimum of P 600.00 pesos, and Farmers Plaza customers with a single receipt worth P 300.00 from any Araneta Center establishment (Gateway Mall, Ali Mall, New Farmers Plaza, Farmers Market, Coliseum Restaurants, Telus Arcade, Shopwise Arcade restaurants, Araneta Center Bus Station & Manhattan Parkway & Parkview Arcade) may enjoy the treat. Registration starts at 10 a.m.
Guests can learn how to glam up with basic nail art tutorials by expert nail technicians, and apply their skills during the DIY nail art contest in the afternoon. Souvenir kits with nail grooming essentials also await event participants.
This year’s Mother’s Day activity was extra special for five struggling moms. They were treated to a day fit for a queen on May 11, with makeover packages that included hair and makeup, stylish new outfits, and a professional pictorial to remember the day. A special video showing the moms will be screened at the Gateway event on Mother’s Day.
Prizes are still up for grabs for those unable to make it to Gateway Mall, Ali Mall and Farmers Plaza. Simply follow @thearanetacenter on Instagram, and repost the Moms Nailed It artwork uploaded on their page. Tag nine friends and @thearanetacenter for a chance to win shopping gift certificates from Rustan’s worth P 10,000.00.
For more updates on the Araneta Center’s Moms Nailed It Mother’s Day event, visit www.aranetacenter.net, its official Facebook page, or Twitter and Instagram accounts.
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