For every #GoRedNYC Manicure booked, we'll donate 15% to continue working toward a world free of heart disease and stroke.

All individuals and companies are eligible to participate!

#GoREDNYC MANICURE SERVICE AREAS We are currently in Manhattan, Williamsburg, Prospect Heights & Dumbo

Interested? Here's How to Book...

Those requesting the service at home can book at and companies can request to have us in for an event or recurring weekly corporate visit


  1. Book At-Home, In-Office, or an Event

    You can book a #GoRedNYC Manicure appointment at home or as a company for your employees.

  2. Paint Your Nails Red

    To show that you purchased a #GoRedNYC Manicure and contributing to the cause.

  3. Tag Your Manicure #GoRedNYC

    Take a picture, tag your manicure, and join millions of others out there working toward a world free of heart disease and stroke.


Heart Disease and Stroke are the #1
and #5 killer of all Americans

The American Heart Association | American Stroke Association works to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke through funding research, public education and awareness, and developing lifesaving initiatives and tools to motivate lifestyle changes.

Experiencing more of life’s precious moments with the ones you love is why heart and brain health matter. Everyone has a reason to live a healthier, longer life. What’s yours?

Book a #GoRedNYC Manicure in the Convenience of your Own Home or Office!

Stay right where you are – we’ll come to you! Look good and feel good knowing that 15% of proceeds from each #GoRedNYC Manicure will go towards the American Heart Association.

Are you a company wanting to book for employees? Email us at


Why the AHA & are Joining Forces

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women yet, only 55% of women are aware of their risk. We can change that!

We want you to feel beautiful on the outside, but we also want you to pay attention to your internal beauty, your health.

Book the #GoRedNYC Manicure

In doing so, you will not only help fund the American Heart Association's mission, but will also build awareness of this critical cause in hopes to educate others.

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Know Your Numbers

We know a lot of numbers by heart, like phone numbers, birthdays, pin numbers and passwords. But do you know the most critical numbers for your heart health? That knowledge could just save your life. The AHA recommends that you are aware of 5 key numbers: Total Cholesterol, HDL (good) Cholesterol, Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar and Body Mass Index (BMI).

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Take Action with 7 Simple Steps

Manage Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure is a major risk factor for Heart Disease and Stroke. When your Blood Pressure stays within healthy ranges, you reduce the strain on your heart, arteries, and kidneys, which keeps you healthier longer.

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Control Cholesterol

High Cholesterol contributes to plaque, which can clog Arteries and lead to Heart Disease and Stroke. When you control your Cholesterol, you are giving your arteries their best chance to remain clear of blockages.

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Reduce Blood Sugar

Most of the food we eat is turned into glucose (or blood sugar) that our bodies use for energy. Over time, high levels of Blood Sugar can damage your heart, kidneys, eyes, and nerves.

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Get Active

Living an active life is one of the most rewarding gifts you can give yourself and those you love. Simply put, daily physical activity increases your length and quality of life.

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Eat Better

A healthy diet is one of your best weapons for fighting Cardiovascular Disease. When you eat a heart-healthy diet, you improve your chances for feeling good and staying healthy - for life!

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Lose Weight

When you shed extra fat and unnecessary pounds, you reduce the burden on your heart, lungs, blood vessels and skeleton. You give yourself the gift of active living, you lower your Blood Pressure and you help yourself feel better, too.

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Stop Smoking

Cigarette smokers have a higher risk of developing Cardiovascular Disease. If you smoke, quitting is the best thing you can do for your health.

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  • For more information about the American Heart Association or to get involved contact Jaimie Racanelli at

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