Like garden weeds, nails continue to grow no matter how frequently you nibble on them. Tend your fingernails with this Groupon.
$29 for a petite mani-pedi package (a $55 total value)
- 15-minute petite manicure with filing and polish (a $19 value)
- 30-minute petite pedicure with filing for the nails and feet, a light massage with lotion, a soak, powder, and polish (a $32 value)
- French polish on either the hands or feet (a $4 value)<p>
Parlour on the Avenue
It’s hard to tell if you’re walking into a pedicure studio or a Victorian sitting room. A client relaxes in a throne-like leather chair while a nail technician tends to her feet, and yet it feels as though a butler could walk in at any moment with high tea. Perhaps it’s the nail technicians, who seem to be fawning over royalty, or perhaps it’s the room’s ornate mouldings, matching the patterned wallpaper and rug, and polished hardwood floors. That distinct sense of place elevates both of Parlour on the Avenue’s locations, both housed in buildings constructed in the 1800s—one receiving a preservation award from Indiana Landmarks—and both with two floors bedecked in Victorian decor.
On the ground floors, the staff dotes over visitors with hair, nail, skin, and spa services. The second floors house Victorian wet spas—spaces where clients enjoy privacy and indulgent services such as whey baths, hot-stone massages, and stories read by Charles Dickens. To enhance the results of each service, Parlour’s team recommends aftercare products from its stock, such as lotions from Hempz Body Care and Pino and face-care formulas from Control Corrective.
91% of 184 customers recommend
“Great place! Friendly, kind and accommodating.”
“Had very new technician. I'd say to make sure you have someone with a little more experience. Great ambience. ”
“The lady I had to do my mani/pedi was excellent. However, I had a friend that had gone down there last July and coming out she had tripped on the uneven brick steps...”
“The lady I had to do my mani/pedi was excellent. However, I had a friend that had gone down there last July and coming out she had tripped on the uneven brick steps and fallen emt's took her to the hospital she had to have surgery on her hand and also hurt her leg. There was no railing at the time, but since then one has been put in. To this day I understand that the owner has never never contacted her. I was going to quit going there because of this reason, but it is close for me to go there. ”