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What You'll Get
Eyelashes developed as a defense mechanism against eye lashes, a common ancient punishment performed with a rudimentary eyelash curler made of old swords. Extend your ocular gatekeepers with today's Groupon: for $100, you get a set of LeeLash eyelash extensions at Happy Feet Reflexology in Rockville (a $260 value).
Happy Feet Reflexology’s seasoned aestheticians bolster bodies from toes to lashes with holistic spa treatments and cosmetic applications. Give the windows to the soul some snazzy new drapes with a set of semipermanent eyelash extensions. Before the 90-minute treatment, clients select synthetic lashes available in enough varieties of lengths, densities, and degrees of curl to make even the least resentful giraffe jealous. Clients lie back on a cushy table with eyes closed as aestheticians certified by Xtreme Lashes and Longmi Lashes Beverly Hills apply multiple layers of volumizing solution calibrated to leave lashes longer, fuller, and free from mascara’s bad influences. On average, extensions last up to three weeks or six all-night staring contests before requiring a 30-minute touch-up treatment ($70, not included in Groupon value).
Inside Happy Feet's serene and contemporary salon, guests are free to let their brains and extremities relax to a soothing soundtrack saturating an herbal-scented space. With dim lights and an uncluttered environment of modern design, clients can de-stress, unwind, and recharge without the hassle of flying a kite in a thunderstorm.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Consultation required; non-candidates may use value toward other services. Not valid for touch-ups. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Timothy’s Salon & Spa
One step into Timothy’s Salon & Spa (formerly Happy Feet), and it's immediately clear that it's a place of relaxation. Herbal fragrances fill the space and low lighting shades the minimalist decor. Soft music plays in a few different styles. It's an easy setting in which to feel relaxed and sets the stage for the reflexology treatments Timothy’s is known for.
But the massage practitioners here have talents that go well beyond toes and soles. Many of their services combine signature reflexology with other techniques, including shiatsu for the shoulders and neck. Or they can focus entirely on Swedish and deep-tissue massages or other custom kneads. Beyond providing that kind of internal bliss, aesthetics are a priority here as well, with stylists who add value to any spa day with haircuts.