Contrary to popular belief and science, healthy human nails aren't supposed to grow; they should remain static, glossy, and the color of your choice. But most of us contracted a disease from playground equipment that makes our nails grow at alarming rates, lose their luster, cease to be our favorite color, and become unattractively translucent.
While publicly funded scientists work a great amount of overtime (scientists make time and a half) on a vaccine for this disgusting plague, spas everywhere do their best to keep the epidemic in check and restore the nail to its natural condition. The nail specialists temporarily cure your fingernails and toenails (hence the name manicure and pedicure) in hope that science will one day discover a vaccine. Until then, you'll have to enjoy 53% off a classic mani-pedi at Cure Nail and Body Bar.
Friends don't let friends into public spaces with unkempt hands and feet. With today's Groupon to Cure Nail and Body Bar in Castleberry Hill, you get a classic mani-pedi for only $19 (a $40 value). Grab your mom, sister, girlfriend, and female wrestling coach—this Groupon is perfect as a gift or for a girls' mani-pedi party.
A classic mani-pedi at Cure starts with a tension-draining soak. While you soak, you can take in the hip, soothing blue decor and plush textures of Cure. Next, Cure's friendly technicians gently clean your cuticles using tools sterilized in an autoclave, the same device used by dentists and scientists. Your nails will take shape, get smooth, and shine with polish. Choose your color from a variety of top brands, from OPI to Essie. Get your Groupon and sport your summer sandals and fingerless motorcycle gloves with pride.
Cure Nail and Body Bar is brand-new to Atlanta, but media outlets are already adding polish to Cure's smooth image:
- From the moment you walk in her shop, you see the east meets west decor. The sinks are a beautiful shade of marble, the couches are royal blue and the comfy pillows are coffee brown with the spa name embroidered in royal blue. – Alicia Edwards, Urban Style Examiner
- Suggested Regimen: Chamomile and sage foot scrubs followed by nail color by Nars, Chanel, Essie, OPI, or SpaRitual. African carrot, olive oil, and avocado body butters and cream washes for at-home rehab. Frequent contributions to Walk a Mile in Our Shoes, an in-store shoe donation program benefiting My Sister’s House and Atlanta Union Mission. – Daily Candy
Because it's just a month old, Cure hasn't been flooded with online user reviews just yet, but here's what the lone Yelper says about her four-star experience:
- We all had the Citrus Pedicure done and it was lovely. I believe the products are from Iwi Fresh and they are presented on small trays reminiscent of tapas, but for your feet and they very much enjoyed it! – Carrie B.