Nails are the first thing people notice when they shake your hand—unless you have a soft grip, in which case they notice that you’re a weak human being. Keep your nails strong with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $27 for The Castro manicure and pedicure (up to a $55 value)
- $35 for a gel manicure and pedicure (a $70 value)
During The Castro manicure, a nail technician grooms cuticles and shapes nails before softening hands with warm paraffin wax. A passionfruit scrub then exfoliates skin, and an aromatherapy massage readies nails for a coat of colorful polish. Next, feet sink into a marine-salt bath as the technician clips and shapes toenails. An exfoliating hydromask, an aromatherapeutic massage, and a layer of polish complete the pedicure.
The gel mani-pedi treatment begins with nail and cuticle grooming, followed by a coat of gel polish. After drying beneath a UV lamp, the chip-resistant polish will last up to two weeks.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Castro Nail Salon
Castro Nail Salon supplies all of beauty’s finishing touches with a robust menu of nail and waxing services. Clients perch in leather pedicure chairs as warm sea-salt footbaths soften rough calluses across the heels and toes, and nail technicians clip overgrown toenails and file them into a uniform shape. Hands receive similar treatments during luxurious manicures, complete with skin-softening paraffin wax, aromatherapy massages, and fruit scrubs that keep fingers from catching scurvy. The techs decorate freshly groomed nails with both standard and gel polish in monochromatic or french styles. Beyond nailcare, Castro’s staff uses warm wax to relieve both face and body of excess hair.
94% of 128 customers recommend
“it's been a week and my mani/pedi still looks great. I upgraded to a gel mani and I'm glad I did. this salon delivers quality service.”
“Great service & staff. Loved it and will def try to go back soon.”
“Thanks for being so nice and accommodating! ”