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What You'll Get
When a nationally acclaimed troupe of hair-crobats comes to your cottage to whisk you away on their traveling wig wagon, be waiting for them with your follicular A-game. Today’s Groupon de-winterizes your hair and other equally important body parts. For $20, today's Groupon gets you $40 worth of any services at Aveda Institute, including hair services, spa treatments, massage, and makeup services.
Aveda Institute is a beauty school that will smooth and soothe whatever section of your surface area aches for tending, from your freshly sore Olive Oyl tattoo to the love-bite scars from your pet gull. During your session, the Institute’s future superstar stylists and cosmetologists will tend to you with incredible detail while using Aveda's organically derived, bio-safe products. A botanical hair and scalp therapy ($35) douses winter-weary follicles with a deep moisturizing and strengthening hair and scalp treatment, followed by a scalp and neck massage, shampoo, and blow-dry. Otherwise, put your best face forward with an Aveda facial ($45) or makeup application ($15), or pamper your handy arm paddles and toe holsters with an Elemental Nature manicure ($15) and pedicure ($20). Maintain the grounds of your scalp lawn with a shampoo, haircut, and blow-dry ($15), style ($10), and gloss ($10), while pulling weeds from other parts of the body with a waxing ($10–$35).
There are so many services available at Aveda Institute that it might be difficult to decide which body parts should get preferential treatment. That’s why everyone gets to buy up to two Groupons. A pair of visits to the Institute will leave you with smooth and silky body parts that won’t rub each other the wrong way on the long road trip to Puerto Rico this spring break.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. By appointment only. Not valid toward products. Must use in 1 visit. All services performed by supervised students. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.