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What You'll Get
Without fingers, pianists wouldn’t be able to play, conductors wouldn’t be able to hold their batons, and audiences wouldn’t be able to give flautists an encouraging thumbs-up. Keep your digits concert-ready with today's Groupon to BeauImage Salon in Longmont. Choose between the following options:
- For $22, you get a shellac no-chip manicure (a $45 value).
- For $22, you get a full set of acrylic nails (a $45 value).
BeauImage Salon's fingerologists beautify nails with a variety of services and an arsenal of premium products. During a 90-minute shellac manicure, the salon's expert technicians massage mitts, coddle cuticles, and file and buff finger-windows in preparation for a streak-free application of shellac, which brushes on like nail polish but wears like gel and sparkles for up to 14 days—twice the duration of an average week. To apply a full set of acrylics, technicians tightly adhere 10 tips to an equal number of fingers, cloaking each with overlays and a sweep of polish. The treatment takes roughly 75 minutes, and patrons can purchase a $10 acrylic upgrade to outfit their phalanges with French-style nails, ideal for imparting continental glamour to the insides of virtually any pocket.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. By appointment only. New clients only. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About BeauImáge Salon
Cited by Vogue as the mastermind behind the now-iconic “beach hair” look, stylist Kevin Murphy travels the world crafting new hair designs. Despite this, his presence looms like a friendly but no-nonsense ghost at BeauImáge Salon. The salon’s six stylists use his eponymous line of hair products, as well as products from L’Oréal, to style creative cuts, elevate updos, and finish coloring sessions. Their services extend beyond hair, though. Two nail techs brighten digits with acrylic nails or Shellac polish, which refuses to chip even when hands are stuck in the mouth of a hungry pug.