Like garden weeds, nails continue to grow no matter how frequently you nibble on them. Tend your digital plots with today’s Groupon to Nu Waves Salon & Day Spa in Blue Bell. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one signature pedicure and one manicure (an $82 value).
- For $75, you get two signature pedicures and two manicures (a $164 value).<p>
Nu Waves Salon & Day Spa’s friendly staff pampers skin and coddles digits with a wide spectrum of body treatments and services. Each visit starts off with clippers trimming nails and cuticles before aestheticians buff each digit-topper to the smoothness of an R & B singer’s sports car. The hand’s tense tendons are then massaged as customers select their ideal shade of nail polish. Once pointers and pinkies have been primped, patrons retire to hydrotherapy whirlpool massage chairs for a relaxing, aromatically soothing foot soak. A foot mask infiltrates the skin to depose toxins before muscles and connective tissues loosen up beneath the firm application of hot stones during a therapeutic massage. While pampering touches inspire ecstatic joy in extremities, plush leather chairs cradle torsos in their ample padding, allowing patrons to relax before a long day of chopping up the neighbor’s picket fence into firewood. Cream-colored walls soothe wandering eyeballs as they admire the warm-toned hardwood floors.
Nu Waves Salon & Day Spa
Nu Waves Salon & Day Spa knows that hair needs protein just as much as the rest of the body does. That's why stylists there pick from four keratin-protein-based products formulated by Coppola, Brazilian Blowout, Simply Smooth, and plant-based KeraGreen, depending on which they judge to be most effective at strengthening frizzy locks. The protein enriches each strand, leaving hair softer, sleeker, and more manageable for up to five months. These keratin straightening treatments are the head of a parade of hair services that range from full color and highlights to perms to haircuts for men, women, children, and border collies who speak enough English to pass for human. Away from the bustling salon floor stand private treatment rooms, where aestheticians perform facials, microdermabrasion, and hot-stone massages, as well as a French-clay body mask that draws toxins from the skin.