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What You'll Get
Aside from wearing boldly lettered sandwich boards, the human body communicates most clearly and efficiently through its feelers and its eyebrows. Today's Groupon gives eyebrows the customization they seek: for $14, you get three eyebrow-threading treatments at Pretty Threading in Mission Viejo (a $29.97 value).
At Pretty Threading, skilled aestheticians consider eyebrow maintenance a practiced art form, transforming brows into well-shaped, perfectly arched eye buttresses. During 10-minute sessions, brow shapers will meticulously twist, swivel, and chicken dance a soft cotton thread across delicate brow tuft, swiftly withdrawing unwanted hair and leaving upper-eye regions neatly groomed. Unlike other forms of hair removal, threading does not remove any layers of skin, which is a bonus for clients with sensitive epidermises or crayon-drawn facial tattoos.
Pretty Threading’s earth-toned walls, multiple tiled mirrors, and stylish table sets cultivate a modern and relaxing ambiance for guests and style-savvy poltergeists. A spacious ceiling flows melodiously above comfortable leather seating on which visitors will lounge on during treatments.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pretty Threading
Eyebrows are meticulously shaped into graceful, well-defined arches during each session at Pretty Threading. Here, the stylists pull hair from delicate facial areas using a single length of thread, in a process that’s less tedious than using tweezers, neater than using wax, and more precise than using a magnifying glass to burn off each hair individually under the hot sun. Keeping with ancient Indian tradition, stylists also decorate hands with intricate henna and glitter designs, as clients watch them work in mosaic-framed mirrors hung on mottled bronze walls.