Nail polish was invented around 3000 BC in ancient China—a fact that's doubly remarkable considering that human fingernails were only invented last year. Celebrate this admirable foresight with today’s Groupon to A Cut Beyond International Salon & Spa in Randolph. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get an Axxium gel manicure (a $40 value).
- For $28, you get an Awapuhi conditioning treatment and blowout (a
$63 total value).
- For $12, you get a spa manicure (a $25 value).
A Cut Beyond International Salon & Spa's experienced staff dresses nails with lasting layers and reinvents tresses with healthy treatments and Paul Mitchell products. Once manicure-seekers settle into a sanitized station, the technician will swaddle digits with an Axxium gel manicure, a light-cured polish that normally lasts for two weeks or more (a $40 value). During the 45-minute service, nail coatings solidify under a heat lamp so no additional dry-time is required and hands can immediately resume operatic finger-puppet enactments. The spa manicure, a 45-minute treatment, covers digit-endings with preservative-free polish and centers around a hand-and-forearm massage that stimulates senses with tea-tree, lavender, and lemongrass essential oils and unlimited high-fives (a $25 value). Further paw maintenance cleans up cuticles, reshapes nails, and extracts peanut-brittle from beneath nail beds.
The Paul Mitchell Awapuhi treatment refreshes coifs ailing from any texture- or color-treatment history with a ginger-infused conditioner that shields strand-shafts from everyday aggressors (a $40 value). The lipid-enriched solution mends broken cuticles while reducing follicle breakage and turning up hair's shine to its floodlight setting. To complete the treatment, a blowout molds newly smoothed tresses into face-complementing shapes (a $23 value).
A Cut Beyond makes eco-friendly efforts with every service, including supporting the American Forests Global ReLeaf program, recycling hair clippings into mats that are used to soak up oil spills, and providing college scholarships to bonsai trees.
51 Mazzeo Dr.
Randolph, Massachusetts 02368