What You'll Get
Today’s side deal evicts unwelcome residents, just in time for summer: for $20, you get a Brazilian bikini wax from Milvali Salon and Cosmetics, up to a $60 value. This Groupon is redeemable at the Mill Valley location only.
With this deal, you can keep your hair tame and chic while you whittle away the hours working on your mad invention in the cellar. Indulge your desire for simple, clean-lined, modernist, Bauhaus aesthetics at Milvali's Mill Valley dojo of design. Its special-recipe wax uses the bottled essence of various fabulous Brazilians, ensuring that when the hair comes off it stays off. The experienced waxers on staff specialize in delivering a speedy, minimally painful waxsperience, getting clients in, out, and as smooth as an air-hockey table in no time flat. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Gratuity not included. Valid at Mill Valley location only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Milvali Salon & Cosmetics
When they first cut the ribbon on Milvali Salon & Cosmetics' namesake location in Mill Valley, beauty experts and best friends Jessika Adams de Vazquez and Deb Monti couldn't have guessed where their partnership would lead. In the nearly 10 years since, the dynamic duo has opened a second location in San Francisco and guided the salons through three expansions. The pair also filled both locations’ shelves with their own signature line of mineral- and botanical-based skincare products, which their experienced team of aestheticians incorporates into a variety of custom facials.
But skincare isn't the only thing that Milvali is renowned for. The salon may be most celebrated for its hair extensions, and its estheticians also excel in bikini waxes. Their specialty? Brazilians, using imported wax from Italy that is delicate enough to use on sensitive skin or between the Mona Lisa’s eyebrows.