Love means never having to say you’re sorry, but beauty means never having to pause at stoplights. Shift your appearance into fifth gear with today’s Groupon to Shades of Red Day Spa in University Heights. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get a complete steam-therapy facial (a $40 value).
- For $29, you get a 60-minute relaxation massage (a $60 value).
- For $35, you get a spa manicure and spa pedicure (a $75 value).
Shades of Red Day Spa’s experienced aestheticians and massage therapists banish muscle tension with relaxing massages, tend to fingers and toes with manicures and pedicures, and revive visages with soothing facials. After arriving, clients consult with staff in order to personalize their services and determine whether or not a massage will render them unable to fly. Soft massage tables support tranquil bodies as trained hands knead away aches and pains and banish stress. During the spa manicure and pedicure, aestheticians trim nails and cuticles to create polish-ready palates before painting fingertips and toe-tips with guests’ color of choice. The steam-therapy facial cleanses and refreshes skin with warm, soothing vapor, pampering pores and expunging toxins. Pre or post-treatment, patrons can relax or prepare for upcoming spelling bees in the waiting area, where floor-to-ceiling windows surround products in glass cases, dried-flower arrangements reaching towars towering ceilings, and sculptural lamps.
Shades of Red Day Spa
With vegan products and an all-natural skincare line, the staff at Shades of Red Day Spa hopes to perform the purest iteration of many traditional spa and salon services. Led by 20-year industry veteran and salon owner Karla Greene, the seven salon consultants continually update their education to stay abreast of beauty trends and share their knowledge with clients. Their specialties include hairstyling, cutting, and hair-color corrections for clients after bobbing for apples in a barrel of fruit punch. Before or after their treatments, patrons can relax in the waiting area, where floor-to-ceiling windows surround products in glass cases, dried-flower arrangements reaching toward towering ceilings, and sculptural lamps.