What You'll Get
Like Jacksons, fingers and toes perform best in groups of five and when dressed in matching colors. Pamper your appendage quintets with today’s Groupon to Atir Natural Nail Care Clinic. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a Manicure with Glamour (a $24 value).
- For $25, you get a Pedicure with Glamour (a $50 value).<p>
The skilled technicians at Atir Natural Nail Care Clinic pamper far beyond the cuticle with a full regimen of health services for hands and feet. The Manicure with Glamour invites patrons to saunter across light hardwood floors to a cozy stool at a soda-fountain-like counter, where manicurists offer 10-digit consultations. After nails are shaped and sealed, Atir’s proprietary blend of sugar and shea butter surrounds mitts for full exfoliation. A hand massage eases tension in weary palms, and a cuticle cleanup grooms foam fingers back to game-winning standards. To complete the 45- to 60-minute treatment, two coats of Zoya or Essie natural nail lacquer, two topcoats, and a layer of protective oil add vibrancy and shine to table tappers.
Alternatively, the 45- to 60-minute Pedicure with Glamour navigates clients to a modern beige-cushioned chair where a toe guru trims, shapes, and polishes nails to a high gloss. Soothing oils pair up with the shea-butter scrub to exfoliate feet, then heels and arches are gently filed to boost softness and help receptionists to find them later. In a final bout of sole rejuvenation, a peppermint-infused foot-balm massage and a hot-oil treatment join forces to battle foot tension.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Valid only at Richmond location. Not valid until 10/11/11. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Atir Natural Nail Care
Rita Gregory began wearing acrylic nails in 1982 and continued wearing them for six years. Over this time, they caused severe damage to her natural fingernails. She sought advice at nail salons, but the professionals she asked didn't offer a satisfactory solution—they simply recommended covering up the damage with more artificial nails. So Rita began conducting her own research.
Atir Natural Nail Care is the culmination of her studies; it’s not only a nail salon, but a nail clinic, where technicians strive to educate clients about natural nail care and nail health. Drawing from her research, they smooth cuticles, strengthen fingernails, and moisturize hands. Treatments bridge the gap between health and beauty by utilizing natural ingredients such as tea-tree oil and shea butter, and Zoya and essie natural nail lacquers leave a gleaming shine without the use of potentially harmful chemicals.