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What You'll Get
Palm reading provides vague answers about where a man is going, but the art of foot reading conjures undeniable proof that he just walked through wet cement. Treat extremities to a healthy future with today's Groupon: for $27, you get a 30-minute basic manicure (a $14 value) and a 60-minute spa pedicure (a $40 value) at David Arnold Hair Salon in Jenkintown (a $54 total value).
David Arnold Hair Salon’s experienced nail technician smooths ragged nails and relieves roughened digits with a complete range of nail services. To begin the basic manicure, polish remover strips away overworn nail color like the cover of a trade paperback before hands plunge into a skin-softening soak. The nail technician then sets to work polishing digits into professional hand-shaking shape, trimming or pushing cuticles and coating fingernails with a protective protein base coat. Two coats of Essie or OPI nail enamel in the chroma of the customer's choice and a clear top coat finish off the mitt-modification, leaving hands prepped for business meetings, special occasions, and black-tie slap fights.
The spa pedicure cossets clients’ feet with the same shaping and shining services for the nails, along with bonus indulgences for the hardworking limb enders. After softening and buffing away calluses and dead skin, the technician massages and exfoliates feet with a sea-salt scrub, a treatment accidentally discovered during a salt-block soccer match. A five-minute menthol mask leaves feet energized and mentholated, followed by a soothing leg and foot massage. The technician dissolves lingering leg stress with a five-minute reflexology treatment, toecapping the experience with polish to match or to hideously clash with the manicure.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation required. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.