Biting your fingernails is a bad habit that nail technicians help prevent by shaping nails into brussels sprouts. Flaunt artistically crafted nails with today’s Groupon to Chenell’s Natural Nails. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a basic manicure (a $20 value) and pedicure (a $40 value; a $60 total value).
- For $45, you get two basic mani-pedis (a $120 value).
- For $35, you get a Shellac manicure (a $45 value) and basic pedicure (a $40 value; an $85 total value).
- For $59, you get two Shellac manicures and basic pedicures (a $170 value).<p>
The team of technicians at Chenell’s Natural Nails pampers, shapes, and polishes finger and toe tips to a gleaming finish. During each manicure, a warm soak mollifies nails for a round of filing and cuticle grooming before a hand massage relaxes appendages weary from shaking indecisive magic 8 balls. The basic manicure coats fingers in regular polish, and the Shellac manicure seals digits in a mirror finish that lasts up to 14 days and requires no dry time. Bare feet bask in a cucumber soak before a similar regimen of filing, shaping, and cuticle grooming that invokes the power of protective essential oils and Druid incantations. A shea-butter foot massage works stress out of steppers and a coat of colorful polish caps off the luxurious treatment.
Chenell's Natural Nails
Chenell’s Natural Nails invites the fingers and toes of both men and women to sit in the lap of luxury during manicure and pedicure treatments that each come in four different styles. During the signature manicure, mitts soak in a warm water potion infused with essential oils before enjoying a massage with body butter. Exfoliation is the emphasis of the Sugarmama-Cure pedicure, which ousts dead skin cells with sugar crystals and a disposable pumice stone. Nail technicians finish treatments with a polish or buff as shiny as an engagement ring presented on a chicken drumstick. Clients can also add à la carte upgrades to their manicures and pedicures, choosing UV-cured Shellac polish to extend their nail color's lifespan or enlisting a callus treatment to rid themselves of the rough skin that results from jigging barefoot through a diamond mine.