Our fingers and toes help us accomplish vital daily tasks, such as flossing, wearing flip-flops, and massaging peanuts until they let out their butters. Give your peanut tenderizers a buff with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a mani-pedi (up to a $55 value) at Metro Salon. This Groupon is valid at the Howell and Marlboro locations.
A full-service salon with an eye for style, Metro Salon stocks itself with skilled stylists ready and willing to fashion battered toes and fingers into radiant symbols of foot and hand fashion. Each of Metro's experienced stylists regularly trains in Manhattan, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, constantly updating their knowledge, expertise, and current city on their Facebook profile. During the mani-pedi, clients sit comfortably in cushioned black chairs while technicians mend worn-down cuticles, reshape nails, and remove dead skin before the nails receive a buff and polish. Eyes can nibble on the radiant orange, yellow, and red walls while fingers are primped into aesthetically pleasing keyboard massagers and toes into chic sandal décor.
Six Insider Pagers give the Howell location of Metro Salon an average of four stars:
- Metro Salon itself is always clean, always has free coffee, water and snacks available to the clients and there has never been any scheduling problems. I would highly reccommend [sic] this Hair Salon to anyone in the Howell/Freehold area.– Pam B., 11/4/10
- This is the most professional hair salon in the area! They really know how to treat their customers. – Cindy S., 12/15/08
Classified as Redken Elite Salons, both Metro Salons locations staff a stable of stylists who keep abreast of the latest techniques with ongoing training in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Appointments start with complimentary consultations, wherein patrons dish on their favorite looks and show stylists their 10 favorite hairs. Then, hair pros draw on Redken, Wella, and Coppola products for a variety of services, from painting on highlights to trimming split ends. A final style ensures clients walk out ready to pose for sidewalk photo shoots or star in traffic-cam footage for the five o'clock news.