Deep-Conditioning Package with Blowout or Two Spa Manicures at Salon Michaels in Mentor (Up to 57% Off)

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Stylists hydrate, repair & style damaged strands & nail techs pamper fingers with OPI spa manicures

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Expires Apr 10th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Services are non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Biting your fingernails is a bad habit nail technicians help to prevent by shaping nails into brussels sprouts. Flaunt artistically crafted nails or nourished strands with the help of today's Groupon to Salon Michaels in Mentor. Choose between the following options:

  • For $25, you get a deep-conditioning package (a $58 total value) that includes the following:

    • A deep-conditioning treatment (a $30 value)
    • A wash and blow-dry (a $28 value)

  • For $20, you get two spa manicures (a $40 value).

Salon Michaels' seasoned stylists and nail technicians use high-quality products from brands such as Pureology, Rusk, Redken, and OPI to play up patrons' natural beauty. Hair humanitarians ease coif chagrin with intense-conditioning treatments, which can easily sneak deep into hair shafts still distracted by the bubbles of preparatory sudsing. Clients then kick back in stylists' chairs as their restored strands enjoy sweet serenades from blow dryers that are as averse to frizz as Arthur Fonzarelli.

During spa manicures, techs trim, file, and buff keratin squares to complement the benefits of a luxurious soak and cuticle refurbishing. Muscular stresses escape like brainy caged birds with a hand and arm massage, after which fingertips sink into coats of satiny OPI lacquer.

Salon Michaels

In 2008, Michael Price of the eponymous Salon Michaels decided to rebuild his business from the ground up. The salon, situated in a former cottage, needed revamping, and Michael wasn’t shy about throwing out the old. “He redid everything to make it more modern,” manager and stylist Ashley Varcelli says. “It’s still laid-back, but I would say [it’s] more high-end.” With modish decor and a whole new styling team, Salon Michaels delivers couture cuts and Pureology color along with spa services performed in an updated mani-pedi room. Nail technicians use OPI shades, and have such expedient access to the brand’s latest collections that Ashley says local beauty-supply stores stand in awe and local crayon boxes turn green with envy.