Biting your fingernails is a bad habit that nail technicians help prevent by shaping nails into sour lemons. Flaunt artistically crafted nails with today’s Groupon to Air Salon & Spa. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get a shellac manicure and a regular pedicure (an $80 value).
- For $69, you get a nail care package for two (a $146 value) that includes:
- Two manicures and pedicures
- One bottle of champagne
- For $45, you get three shellac manicures (a $105 value).
Air Salon & Spa’s team of technicians dolls up digits with a variety of nail services administered amid exposed brick walls, verdant plants, and a built-in stone fountain. Before yielding their hands and feet to beautifying treatments, guests can settle into a massage chair that imitates the human touch with kneading compression, rolling percussion, and enthusiastic high fives to the kidneys. People’s paws then rest on a 17th century castle door repurposed into a manicure table, while a beautician maintains cuticles and fortifies nails with a high-gloss shellac formula that lasts for up to 21 days. Little piggies join in on the pampering with a pedicure that awards toenails fresh coats of eye-catching nail polish. Twosomes can gussy up their appendage-enders in tandem with a pair of mani-pedis accompanied by a bottle of bubbly, while those who especially appreciate the shellac formula’s resilience to chips and dive-bombing birds can opt for a series of three manicures.
Dedicated to being a zero-impact business, Air Salon & Spa furnishes its waiting room and stations with an assortment of reclaimed materials and vintage pieces, relying on soy-based inks for written correspondence and Constitutional drafts. The walls sport coats of low-VOC paint, and the salon space takes timed-showers in environmentally friendly cleaning products.
Air Salon & Spa
Verdant plants, potted orchids, and a built-in stone fountain signal a natural atmosphere at Air Salon & Spa, which spruces up bodies with organic products—including Davines and Alterna Hemp—and environmentally friendly practices. Dedicated to being a zero-impact business, the salon furnishes its waiting room and stations with an assortment of reclaimed materials and vintage pieces, relying on soy-based inks for written correspondence and drafts of the Constitution. The walls sport coats of low-VOC paint, and the staff cleans and maintains the space using nontoxic, earth-friendly cleaning products. As a result of this commitment to eco-excellence, patrons can breath deeply as they undergo manicures or hair treatments in comforting massage chairs.
401 S Main St.
Providence, Rhode Island 02903