Nails require a lot of effort to maintain, much like the tangle of lies that is the food pyramid. Make smart choices with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39 for a classic mani-pedi for one (up to a $93 total value)
- $79 for a classic mani-pedi for two (up to a $186 total value)
- $49 for a classic mani-pedi for one plus a paraffin dip for the hands and feet (up to a $113 total value)
- $99 for a classic mani-pedi for two plus paraffin dips for the hands and feet (up to a $226 total value)
The classic manicure (up to a $29 value) includes basic nail and cuticle care, a quick hand massage, and a brand new coat of polish. Classic pedicures (up to a $64 value) begin with a soothing foot soak in a whirlpool spa before the nail technician exfoliates and massages the feet and lower legs, trims and shapes the nails and cuticles, and then applies a colorful new polish. Paraffin dips ($10 for hands; $10 for feet) add an extra bit of pampering to the mani-pedis while moisturizing the skin.
Glow Salon & Spa
At Glow Salon & Spa, every aesthetician, hairstylist, and nail technician has an additional specialty: customer service. Manager Sandy Suter explains in her Patch video feature that all members of her small team undergo coaching to ensure that they emanate approachable warmth. Whether pampering hands with a sweet-almond and salt treatment or customizing a Redken conditioning regimen, they balance their expertise with intuition for the guest's aesthetic. Their tag line, "Define yourself," speaks to this personalized approach as well as a desire to exponentially increase the size of Webster's Dictionary.
The cosmetic team radiates a playful attitude as it adds fresh flair to primping rituals. Manicures and pedicures often conclude with nail art, which decorates digits in designs from swimming fish to polka dots, whereas hairstylists delight in adhering feather extensions and applying bold colors. Yet apart from aesthetics, the spa focuses on health—both for individuals and the community. Massage therapists unknot tense muscles and ease aches with Swedish and prenatal modalities, and hairstylists participate in community-bolstering programs, such as Locks of Love and cut-a-thons to benefit St. Louis Children's Hospital.