Like garden weeds, nails continue to grow no matter how frequently you nibble on them. Tend your fingernails with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for a gel manicure for one (a $30 value)
- $30 for a gel manicure for two (a $60 value)
- $25 for a regular manicure and an aromatherapy pedicure (a $50 value)
Nail technicians tend cuticles, perform a hand massage, then trim, shape, and buff nails during the regular and gel manicures. The only difference is the polish—gel polish resists chips for up to two weeks. The pedicure lets achy or swollen feet soak in a mineral-salt mix before undergoing a knee-to-toe exfoliation treatment that incorporates the salon’s organic sugar scrub. Finally, a technician softens skin with essential oils and cleanses it with warm towels before applying polish.
Groupon holders can upgrade the regular manicure to a gel manicure, gel nails, or solar nails at an additional fee. They can also opt for french tips or nail designs (also at an additional fee).
Red Carpet Nails
“We don’t take shortcuts,” quipped Red Carpet Nails owner Sydney Le to the Portland Oregonian to explain how her nail salon differs from its competition. She isn't lying—at the intimate boutique, Le and her experienced team of technicians perform thorough consultations before even beginning one of their signature treatments. Each service uses only vegan, organic, and natural products including Plantlife bodycare formulas blended from organic herbs and essential oils.
Clients get their choice of a beverage before nail techs get to work. In the salon's private treatment rooms, aestheticians clean skin by purging pores during four different facials, including those that cater to oft-neglected areas such as the back or décolletage. Aestheticians also can remove unwanted hair with more than 20 waxing services for the legs, bikini line, and pesky angel wings sprouting from the back.
What some people are buzzing about:
91% of 407 customers recommend
“This place was very nice, the staff was friendly and my nails look great =-)”