Without fingers, it would be hard to clean your room and everyone's hair would be filled with windborne trash. Grab ahold of this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $20 for a gel spa manicure ($40 value)
- $25 for a luxury spa pedicure ($45 value)
- $37 for a luxury spa mani-pedi ($70 value)
- $90 for three luxury spa mani-pedis ($210 value)
The luxury spa services and gel manicure options each begin with a nail grooming-and-cleaning before moving onto a 15-minute hand-and-arm massage with scented oils or lotions. The client is also treated to a hot-towel wrap while the nail technician applies the client-selected OPI color or choice of soak-off gel color. The luxury options do not include gel.
Luxury spa pedicures begin with a soak in a lavender sea salt bath followed by a 15-minute foot-and-leg massage with hot stones to knead sore muscles. Feet are treated to a lavender paraffin wax and hot towel wrap with an ice mineral marine mask to relieve dry skin, before OPI color is applied to relaxed toes.
Han Nguyen at Selah Day Spa and Salon
Selah Day Spa and Salon derives its name from a Hebrew word that translates to pause. It's an apt motto for the venue—"pauses" here can last up to 4.5 hours, or the length of the Pure Bliss package, which includes a massage, a European facial, a mani-pedi, and a session inside the infrared sauna.
Even though the package covers a wide array of treatments, it still leaves out many of the spa's offerings. Skincare services incorporate products from Pevonia and Bioelements to stave off signs of aging, and permanent makeup and eyelash extensions accentuate facial features. Additionally, waxing and spray tans prepare clients to hit the beach with confidence, even if they don't have pet shark to do their bidding.
Inside the salon portion, stylists trim and color hair or arrange it into wedding-ready updos. They also attempt to elongate and strengthen strands with laser hair therapy. Meanwhile, nail technicians, such as Han Nguyen, paint fingers and toes with vibrant butter London polishes, which are formaldehyde-free and a staple at Fashion Weeks around the world.