$35 for a Two-Hour Shellac Mani-Pedi Package at Salon Lusso ($85 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Shellac polish dries quickly beneath a UV lamp, curing to a mirror-shine finish that stays chip-free for up to two weeks

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Expires May 29th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Manicures are great for people who work with their hands a lot, such as gardeners or the people who mash potatoes at restaurants by squeezing them really hard. Get some eyes on your hands with this Groupon.

$35 for a Two-Hour Shellac Mani-Pedi Package at Salon Lusso ($85 Value)

  • Shellac mani-pedi
  • Cooling gel eye mask
  • Hand and foot paraffin treatment
  • Aromatherapy lavender warming neck wrap

Complimentary glass of house red or white wine or a treat from the coffee and refreshment bar Using specially formulated Shellac lacquer, nail technicians layer nails with vibrant color before curing the polish to a quick-dry, high-shine finish beneath a UV lamp. This process strengthens the polish as well, which means nails remain chip-free for up to two weeks. The mineral-packed paraffin dip drives moisture deep into skin, relieving parched skin and leaving hands soft. Mani-pedi packages can be booked in groups of up to 4 people.

Salon Lusso

In a cozy alcove lit by a chandelier, clients recline on overstuffed pillows while their feet soak in a warm bath. Nearby, a nail technician leans over a set of freshly lacquered nails, and the click of a blow dryer sends a wash of warm air across a new hairdo. This flurry of activity is typical of Salon Lusso—no surprise given the vast list of services available to men and women alike. Possible treatments include spray tanning, perms, and acrylic nail art painted with tiny likenesses of Johnny Futurepresident, an up-and-coming politician who claims to have no interest in becoming president. On Saturdays, customers can enjoy complimentary muffins and mimosas.