Biting your fingernails is a bad habit that nail technicians help to prevent by shaping nails into brussels sprouts. Flaunt artistically crafted nails with today’s Groupon to Rockabetty’s Salon & Spa. Choose from the following options:
- For $13, you get one Shellac manicure (a $27 value).
- For $22, you get two Shellac manicures (a $54 value).
- For $17, you get one classic one-hour pedicure (a $35 value).
- For $30, you get two classic one-hour pedicures (a $70 value).<p>
Rockabetty’s Salon & Spa’s digit daubers brush up nails with long-lasting Shellac manicures and luxurious one-hour pedicures. Fingers can dip into coats of a Shellac gel-and-polish hybrid, which basks in the glow of a UV lamp to seal in its glossy sheen. The manicure keeps hands looking chic from the knuckles down for up to two weeks, or until their dapper shells are wagered away in high-stakes games of patty cake. Alternatively, a classic one-hour pedicure coddles stepping devices with an exfoliating scrub and lotion before a massage saps tension from creaky arches. A filing slims toenails into shapelier frames, and piggies acquire deftly painted caps before doing the twist, the mashed potato, or Neil Armstrong’s patented moonwalk in homage to the salon’s ’60s-era décor.
Rockabetty's Salon and Spa
Nostalgic signage. Blast-from-the-past hair-dryers. Lichtenstein-style comic-strip prints. Rockabetty's Salon and Spa's interior decor may be a nod to the 1950s, but that doesn't mean its menu is outdated. Owner Angie Schulz leads a team of stylists who draw on current trends and techniques as they cut men's, women's, and children's hair as well as highlight, color-gloss, and perm tendrils. Those opting for a pedicure can relax in new pedicure stations as their feet swim in a deep pedicure bowl. Nails are then filed before being treated with a durable Shellac polish. Armed with Pharmagel products, aestheticians perform the haven's signature facial, customizing the service to suit the client's skin type and preference to be called only by their alter ego's name.
1117 S Park St.
Madison, Wisconsin 53715