Pedicures give feet a break from the daily monotony of walking to bus stops and drop-kicking unsolvable Rubik’s cubes. Pamper paws with today’s Groupon to Lemon Lime Studio in Carrollton. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a mani-pedi retreat (a $50 value).
- For $28, you get a signature manicure and pumpkin-spice pedicure (a $57 value).
- For $38, you get an apple-cider pedicure and Shellac manicure (an $80 value).<p>
The nail artists at Lemon Lime Studio coddle fingers and toes with a collection of classic and seasonal manicures and pedicures. The 60-minute mani-pedi retreat efficiently grooms cuticles, then shapes and paints nails in a timely manner. For a slower burning form of soothing, the second option’s signature manicure massages hands and lower arms with a fragrant salve before buffing nails to a blinding shine. After clappers release every last bit of stress, backup hands surrender to a pumpkin foot mask, cinnamon sugar scrub, and frightening tales of haunted sea salts.
For the utmost in relaxation, today’s third option drops an apple-cider bath bomb into piggies’ soaking water as clients sip apple cider for 90-minutes. As toes and tongues steep, impeccably clean and sanitized salon implements trim, file, and scour nails into prime flaunting condition before durable UV-cured Shellac polish varnishes fingers with bright colors that, like the best naps, lasts about two weeks.
Bella Tula Salon
After 18 years spent helping her clients get the hairstyles of their dreams, Kara Evans was finally able to realize her own lifelong dream of opening her own salon. Since March of 2012, she’s helmed the wheel of Bella Tula Salon, where her scissoring and hair coloring skills are complemented by other aesthetic services such as special occasion makeup. Hair remains her greatest passion, however, so she pulls products by Kuene and Pureology to aid her as she tends to the tresses of both men and women. Beyond custom cuts, her specialties include corrective color and thermal straightening, as well as children’s mohawks, which give kids the extra inches they need to finally ride roller coaters by themselves.