There's no greater honor in life than being commemorated in a hair metal song as the elusive Cadillac-driving babe speeding off into the sunset, and today's Groupon will help you snag this honor with a neck-up makeover for the parts of you easily viewed through a car window. New clients get $125 worth of hair and skin care services for $40 at Preston Salon Spa in Clayton. Use your Groupon for any of Preston's hair and skin care services, including facials, peels, conditioning treatments, haircuts, and color.
Jessi Rekart has been charging for her salon services since she was a child; at age 10, she often styled her mother’s hair for $5 per session. Now, with 10 years of experience under her belt, she specializes in color treatments and cutting curly hair. Tired of taming her own curly mop with straighteners and sandwich presses, she trained in New York to become a certified DevaCurl care consultant. Using what she’s learned, she designs flattering hairdos for curly-haired customers and shares wave-taming techniques during styling lessons.
Face Enhancements' skincare treatments include facials, peels, and body scrubs, all designed to restore youth and radiance. Take the parsley-and-cucumber oxygenating treatment, which tones and purifies skin and spurs cellular repair, or the Flaxx-C anti-aging facial, which helps smooth wrinkles and tighten the skin. Face Enhancements also offers lash extensions, nail treatments, and permanent makeup.
Throughout his 20-year career in hair, makeup, and photography, Robert Govero has instructed stylists as an educator for Vidal Sassoon and Aveda and styled models for print and television. Now at the helm of Robert Govero for HAIR, the seasoned pro leads his own team of hair and nail experts. Stylists modify manes with cuts for the family and texturizing treatments that range from perms to Brazilian blowouts. They also imbue strands with color by L’Oréal and INOA, which uses an oil-based formula to hydrate hair as it deposits odorless, ammonia-free pigment. Meanwhile, nail treatments can strengthen fingers with shellac polish, acrylic tips, or tiny chain-mail vests.
Seasoned aesthetician Linda Hoff eschews drug-assisted treatments for all-natural, holistic wellness techniques. Drawing on years of experience, Hoff tackles chronic skin, body, and beauty conditions with services that target an extensive array of ailments. A half dozen different facials treat everything from rosacea and eczema to wrinkles and dryness. The all-natural body-sugaring process rids brows and limbs of unwanted hair and attracts smooches from puppies with low blood sugar.
Soak away the worries that have lodged themselves in the nooks of your joints and the crooks of your connective tissues, while inhaling a bouquet of soothing, therapeutic scents. Today's Groupon restores your body to a nubile state of relaxed joyousness unlike any since you got your braces removed by a man who claimed to be in the circus. For $30, you get a 60-minute Swedish massage at Vitality Unlimited Spa, a $68 value. Retreat to Vitality Unlimited Spa's beautiful sanctuary, located conveniently in Webster Groves, and feel the pressures of the outside world dissolve off your soon-to-be-tension-free shoulders. Naturally, world powers began jockeying for access to the potentially weaponize-able massage, by means both diplomatic and underhanded. Many international observers believe that the 1992 Summer Olympics were, in fact, a complicated ruse carried out by Russia and the United States to distract Sweden long enough to steal their massage, as evidenced by the fact that Sweden won an unexpected 904 Gold Medals that year. Still, the Swedes held tight to their massage until 1999, when Y2K-related fears caused Swedish officials to release classified details of the massage, believing that the world would likely end. Today, the Swedish massage is practiced all over the world, though rumors that the Swedes are secretly working on an even better massage run rampant.