Pedicure in Garfield


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  • Salon Bella Mia
    Coax timid digits out of mitten lairs with the promise of a beverage during a relaxing mani-pedi, while a salt scrub and mask covers feet with a moisturizing façade. This option also includes 30% off extension services, perfect for those who would otherwise have to wait months to make it safely out their windows and onto solid ground. Salon Bella Mia’s expert hair sculptors cater to men and women, shaping classic and trendy head helmets and transforming 2-D tresses with highlights. With this deal, all Groupon holders get $10 off a return visit plus $10 for referring a friend.
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    5105 Liberty Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Dean of Shadyside Salon
    Deemed one of the city?s best salons in 2010 by the Pittsburgh City Paper, Dean of Shadyside has been beautifying clientele since its founding in 1984. Its stylists focus on hospitality and guarantee all their services, which include everything from a basic blow dry to feather extensions and three levels of highlights. Nail techs perform four types of manicures and three pedicures for everyday occasions or as part of packages for bridal parties. In a private office, staff experts also consult clients on hair loss and offer them wig-fashion services or attach extensions for more voluminous looks.
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    5404 Centre Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Sybil Salon & Spa
    Sybil Schafer, the eponymous stylist and owner of Sybil Salon & Spa, leads a team of stylists with her years of experience as a hair-color specialist. She and her team deftly trim down overreaching strands of wild manes, shampooing, styling, conditioning, and adding color with partial or full highlights. Spa services?including manicures, pedicures, hair-removal treatments, and facials?are also available.
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    5815 Ellsworth Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Capristo Salon and Wellness Spa
    Capristo Salon & Wellness Spa is more than just a beauty haven—it's a family legacy. The late founder, Bruce Capristo, started styling hair at the age of 19. He owned and operated many successful salons in the Pittsburgh area beginning in the 1960s, including his flagship site—Capristo International—where he worked alongside his wife, Cheech. Bruce established a strong reputation while working in fashion, film, and television; he even styled hair on the set of the 1968 cult classic Night of the Living Dead. The location that Bruce opened on Ellsworth Avenue has now been going strong for more than 25 years. When Bruce passed away in 2006, his son Roman—a master stylist who trained with the likes of Vidal Sassoon and Bumble and bumble—took over the business, continuing his father's dream. And although she no longer works as an aesthetician and stylist, you might still see Cheech helping out behind the scenes. The laid-back atmosphere at the salon and spa keeps both clients and staffers happy; in fact, some of the stylists have been with the company since the very beginning. The crew hands out complimentary martinis on Wednesday evenings, pampering guests with custom facials and body wraps. In a private spa-party room filled with padded chairs and sheer drapery, the beauty experts ply brides-to-be or birthday girls with complimentary champagne and hors d'oeuvres.
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    5850 Ellsworth Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Evolve Wellness Spa
    Evolve Wellness Spa's licensed staff of aestheticians helps flagging physiques replenish their pep with an array of holistic services. Begin a revitalizing afternoon with the Primal Relaxation massage ($70), marked by rhythmic strokes with light-to-medium pressure designed to roll over muscle groups, whisk away worries, and expel lingering fears of cattle-robbing chupacabras. Once the body goes limp from hip to neck, Evolve Wellness Spa's resident staffers then apply a barrage of natural and organic skincare products to the face, all in an effort to balance and purify the smooth epidermal surface ($80).
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    228 S Highland Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Glam Salon
    Glam Salon's highly trained staff offers bold beauty seekers a variety of salon, nail, and waxing services for enchanting, Mothra-like top-to-toe transformations. Salon services include haircuts ($35+ for women), partial highlights ($65+), and glazes ($25), ideal for injecting vibrancy into dull, depressed locks that have lost interest in old hobbies. Coddle cuticles and make amends for previous pinky transgressions with a manicure ($20), or reward feet for selflessly standing up to the rude and abrasive ground with a pedicure ($50). Rotini-topped mops looking to banish frizz and abbreviate morning prep can nab a Brazilian blowout ($300+), a super-nutrient complex that smoothes and conditions fork-tongued locks without damaging chemicals or treacherous mirrored shields.
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    736 Bellefonte St
    Pittsburgh, PA US
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