Nothing makes faces happier than being swaddled in a beneficial cream mask, which explains the rising popularity of hands-free pie-eating contests. Win the blue ribbon of beauty with today’s Groupon to Salon Lux in Cranston. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a reflexology mani-pedi package (a $105 value), which includes:
- Spa reflexology manicure (a $30 value)
European pedicure (a $75 value)
- For $99, you get a Special Occasion spa day (a $250 value), which includes:
- Keratin hair treatment (a $75 value)
- Express facial with mini-massage (a $35 value)
- Color analysis and makeup application (a $65 value)
- Aromatherapy manicure and hand reflexology treatment (a $65 value)
- Cheese, crackers, and beverages (a $10 value)<p>
Salon Lux soothes and rejuvenates weary bodies from head to toe, bringing back bounce through a therapeutic mix of salon services and stress-relieving spa treatments. Manicurists coddle hands with a gentle exfoliation and 15-minute massage before they shape, trim, and soak nails, finishing them with brightly layered polish. During the European pedicure’s 30-minute reflexology session, nimble fingers target precise areas of the foot to help increase circulation and relieve pain caused by excessive cantaloupe punting at football-team potlucks. Techs then shape, trim, and paint toe tips with the client’s choice of lacquer.
Alternatively, beauty buffs treat tresses, hands, and visages to a potpourri of soothing services during a spa day. After a thorough sudsing with a clarifying shampoo, hair humanitarians slather manes in protein-packed Coppola keratin treatment solution, designed to straighten out frizzy tresses and amp up shine. A rinse, blow-dry, and flatiron lock in moisture and elasticity before spa savants turn their attention to countenances. A 30-minute express facial uses a deep cleanse, exfoliation, and aromatherapy mini massage to summon glowing skin without the stress of napping in plutonium mines. Then, an experienced beauty consultant offers tips for enhancing natural beauty during a personalized color consultation. Maquillage artists also gussy up frontages with a full makeup application, suggest day and evening looks, and print out instructions to guide clients’ attempts to recreate their artistry at home.
Finally, an aromatherapy manicure—complete with 15 minutes of hand reflexology—dandies up digits with soothing scents, cuticle and nail shaping, and expertly lacquered nail canvases. Throughout the spa day, patrons can nibble cheese and crackers, sip complimentary nonalcoholic beverages, and give friendly staff regular thumbs-ups to avoid losing tone in championship Nintendo thumbs.
Salon Lux's owner is Cindy Wilson, a nail technician and reflexologist for more than three decades, who combined her dual passions into a single business where beauty and well-being blend seamlessly. This fusion produced a menu of services where trends such as feather extensions and smooth, speedy blowouts meet relaxing and rejuvenating facials that couple with aromatherapy scrubs and European or lymphatic massage. Stylists—including a graduate of Toni & Guy—also manage manes with color services, cuts, and smoothing keratin treatments, while bodies find their perfect bronze with hand-applied California spray tans that keep them safe from UV rays and winged sharks.
When not in the salon, Cindy can be found teaching classes in reflexology at the Learning Connection or volunteering at the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, where she offers reflexology for those fighting cancer.