Manicures are useful because they decorate the most disgusting, vile part of the body—the hand. Make your hands bearable with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one soak-off shellac manicure with a deluxe spa pedicure and paraffin treatment (an $80 value)
- $75 for two soak-off shellac manicures with a deluxe pedicure and paraffin treatment (a $160 value)
The manicure includes soak-off shellac polish from OPI, CND, or Gelish. The deluxe spa pedicure includes a foot soak in a whirlpool spa and reclining massage chair with anti-inflammatory sea salts, eucalyptus oil, and softening rice bran oil. See the nail service menu for a complete list of details.
Nail and Skin Day Spa
For more than 18 years, Thao Tran has treated clients to nail services, skincare, and massages that address issues from stress and chronic pain to weak nails and congested skin. Seven days a week, Tran and the staff at Nail and Skin Day Spa knead away tension, remove unwanted hair, and make lashes stand out with tinting, perm, and extension services. Using products from OPI and CND, nail technicians keep nails strong, shiny, and meticulously groomed. Dermalogica products cleanse skin of all types without artificial colors or fragrance. Permanent-makeup services enhance features without constant makeup reapplication through long days, water activities, and sudden liquid-eyeliner storms.
63% of 217 customers recommend
“I recommend Jeena. She was patient, gentle and thoroughly interested in fulfilling my requests with excellence.”
“Tina was excellent. Shellac manicures are worth the time. ”
“They gave me a bit of a difficult time making the appointment, the service itself was good, they told me when I arrived that next time I could avoid the Groupon and...”
“They gave me a bit of a difficult time making the appointment, the service itself was good, they told me when I arrived that next time I could avoid the Groupon and just pay them directly and they would honor the same price...Ultimately I was happy with the pedicure and the manicure, they looked good.”