Hands are a microcosm of the entire body: without regular maintenance, they’re less able to carry out everyday tasks such as diving into bowls of jelly beans. Keep your hands and feet happy with today’s Groupon to Polish Bar of Brooklyn, redeemable at one of two Brooklyn locations on Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill and Vanderbilt Avenue in Prospect Heights. Choose between the following options:
- For $16, you get a basic manicure and pedicure (a $37 value).
- For $44, you get three basic manicures and pedicures (a $111 value).
Lauded in New York magazine, Polish Bar of Brooklyn dotes on digits with a thorough buffing and a rainbow of acclaimed lacquer brands in a pink- and chocolate-hued studio. A trained extremity artist uses double-sanitized equipment and brand-new tools to trim, shape, and buff nails before refining cuticles and lavishing limbs with a thorough and hydrating massage. Newly purified nail parents then choose from a wide range of popular polish brands, including OPI, Zoya, Essie, and vegan-friendly varieties, festooning fingers and toes in couture-quality colors that inspire awe during Thanksgiving hand-turkey art projects.
As nails dry, minds keep busy with the latest issues of Vogue, Essence, O: The Oprah Magazine, and other glamorous glossies while ears feast on popular and world-music selections. The Prospect Heights location lavishes pedicure clients with powder-pink velveteen cushions amid girly daisies and immaculate white accents, and the Clinton Hill studio flanks its pink-and-brown décor with brick accents, black-and-white photography, and space-time warping hyperbolic hand chambers. Appointments are required, and Groupon buyers are encouraged to book their session early by calling the desired location.
Though Polish Bar of Brooklyn sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
67% of 212 customers recommend
“Great establishment. Nice variety of fresh nail polish. Clean and well-maintained.”
“keep up the good work.”
“Keep up the good work!”