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What You'll Get
Hands are the astronauts of the body—the first explorers to make contact with whatever's in its orbit—and feet are the blazing rockets that propel the body into space. Avoid letting your rockets burn out and fall off into the Atlantic Ocean with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a paraffin manicure (a $30 value) and a paraffin pedicure (a $35 value) at All For You Salon & Spa (a $65 total value).
To begin the treatment, the cosmetologist first files and shapes both upper and lower nails, then tames and conditions cuticles before fluffing each nail bed's pillow shams. Staffers knead hands, arms, and feet during a relaxing massage before coating talons in the client's chosen hue. During the paraffin-wax treatment, guests immerse each hand, foot, and vestigial wing into molten wax before sliding them into heat-enriching mitts that seal-in the paraffin's rejuvenating and moisturizing magic. The technicians perform each service with professional diligence and maintain a clean spa by disinfecting each utensil and pedicure bowl after every treatment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. May redeem across visits. Appointment recommended. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About All For You Salon & Spa
Many of the staff members at All For You Salon & Spa boast multiple areas of expertise, so clients can develop their look with a single style expert. Stylists Rodney Horn, Nikkie Rowsey, Kayla Pinks, and Nicole Johnson pick up scissors to sculpt locks, and multiskilled therapist Peggy Wells, along with massage therapist Elisha, holistically remedies stress through massage. Peggy also creates enduring beauty by applying permanent makeup to clients and marble statues. The latter skill she picked up at the California Institute of Permanent Cosmetics, where she learned techniques that help clients overcome allergies to conventional makeup and the difficulties of self-application.