People paint the tips of their fingers to make their nails look pretty or to divert attention from the fact that their brass knuckles are all dented and tarnished. Decorate your digits with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a 45-minute spa pedicure (a $40 value)
- $26 for a 30- to 45-minute Shellac manicure and soak kit (a $52 value)
Technicians use highly sanitized tools as they file and buff nails before applying traditional polish or two coats of a colorful Shellac. Guests choosing the Shellac option will also get a take-home soak kit, which will help them safely remove the Shellac polish. Clients can upgrade to a french Shellac polish for an additional $10.
CEO John Chang established the first Dashing Diva in 2003. His concept was quick, affordable mani-pedis performed in a highly sanitized environment by expert nail technicians. Now with 30 locations across the United States, Japan, and China, the Dashing Diva has gained accolades in a number of media outlets including Allure, InStyle, and the New York Post.
Three levels of nail technicians (junior, senior, and master) beautify hands and feet with high-quality lotions and scrubs, Dashing Diva’s own brand of nail polishes, and their own Virtual Nails, which are nail coverings that looks like real polish. All technicians have very high sanitation standards and kick bacteria to the curb by cleaning tools with effective autoclave machines, washing ceramic pedicure sinks with a hospital-grade disinfectant, and providing clients with personal manicure kits that include a nail file and re-sealable bag.