Much like an automobile, the human body requires proper care to stay healthy and good-looking for calendar photos. Maintain your natural mode of transportation with today's Groupon to The Beauty Dive in Round Rock. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a mani-pedi combo (a $50 value).
- For $30, you get $65 worth of salon and spa services.
Employing a cadre of high-end products from OPI, Deborah Lippmann, and Essie, The Beauty Dive's team of savvy stylists and aestheticians bestow upon bodies a menu of beautifying spa and salon services. Pamper tootsies with a mani-pedi combo, during which a trained technician will clip and file away miscreant finger and toenails before completely removing dead skin and vestigial cloven hooves. Hands and feet are then anointed with a luxurious massage before being polished. Meanwhile, microdermabrasion treatments ($50) gently sand-blast epidermal layers to remove dead skin cells and barnacles, and a full leg wax ($55) banishes undesirable body fuzz, greatly increasing your chances of beating a dolphin in a swimming race. In addition, The Beauty Dive’s expert hair technicians can snip away at men's ($20) and women's ($40) lengthy locks or apply partial highlights ($65) to reward specified strands for never banding together into rebellious cowlicks.
The Beauty Dive
Black-and-white portraits pop against walls of silver damask. An antique love seat sidles up to a zebra-printed chest. A chandelier's light glints against a table's gilded filigree. Although The Beauty Dive's historic-cottage setting radiates all things vintage, there is nothing dated about the pampering that occurs at the able hands of owner Yvette Reese and her staff. Yvette suffuses her studio with an atmosphere of creativity, encouraging her stylists and aestheticians to heed their own artistic inspiration as they forge modern hairstyles, eye-catching nails, and captivating cosmetic applications. To keep the image artisans up-to-date on the latest techniques, industry experts arrive every few months to lavish the staff with hands-on training and lessons in split-end psychology.
As stylists sculpt coifs to flatter individual faces, pedicure clients melt into oversize armchairs and bask in the skills of a master Shellac nail technician, who dips feet in fresh bowls of lavender-infused water before refining nails with sterile implements, unused files and buffers, and Opi and CND polishes. The beauty experts wield serums by Eminence Organics, Rusk, and Kevin Murphy, each of which are available for purchase to aid at-home primping. Between services, clients sip on wine, champagne, and martinis as they browse the boutique's collection of accessories and apparel from Johnny Was and 4 Love and Liberty, savoring a better union of sparkles and spirits than the wedding-ring speakeasies of the 1920 diamond prohibition.