Before salons, style-conscious people concocted beauty products using supplies from their pantries, like soup as a nail polish and a splayed hot dog as a comb. Keep food on your insides with today's Groupon to La Bella Delle Rose Salon in Lyndhurst. Choose between two options:
- For $50, you get a spa mani-pedi ($110 value).
- For $35, you get a haircut and conditioning treatment ($85 value).
La Bella Delle Rose Salon’s dark, caramel-colored wood floors, zebra-print magazine table, and drink table bearing coffee, tea, water, and sodas, put clients at ease. Opt for the spa mani-pedi to decorate digits, beginning with a lemon dream aromatherapy soak for the hands and feet. A beautician trims and files nails into appealing shapes that easily fit into most children's shape match games before a sugar scrub, marshmallow moisturizing mask, and paraffin dip round out the pampering. Finally, several coats of high-end polish allow fingernails to match clothing, eye color, or favorite CFL team. Alternatively, gussy up coiffures with a shampoo, style, and deep conditioning treatment. An acai berry deep conditioning masque soaks strands in a protein blend, reducing damage and promoting healthy shine.
- I have been to her salon about 7 times in the past year, and every time, she astounds me with how great she makes my hair look. – sarahjane45, Citysearch
- She offers a full service salon from great mani pedis to full body waxing! She is always willing to go the extra mile to get you what you want! – jd crusan, Citysearch
La Bella Delle Rose Salon
Clients walking into La Bella Delle Rose Salon might sense a warm, personal aesthetic shaping the styling studio, even if they don't know that the dark-wood reception desk was hand-built by the owner's father. Sherbet-colored walls backdrop ice-cream-themed decorations, a popcorn machine commingles with the coffeemaker in the waiting area, and a manicure station recalls a fortune-teller's table with its scarlet damask draping. While basking in Pureology hair treatments or being prepped for weddings and other landmark occasions, guests sit beneath studio lighting, which helps them tell stylists apart from IRS agents.