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What You'll Get
All hands and feet require regular maintenance, except for permacured toes and the Hamburger Helper glove, which is immortal. Take care of what you actually have with today's Groupon: for $35, you get an Aveda manicure (a $30 value) and pedicure (a $40 value) at Timothy Stimac Salon & Spa in Bremerton (a $70 total value).
Timothy Stimac Salon & Spa's experienced digit designers nourish parched tootsies and mitts with the Aveda mani-pedi. Techs start by smoothing rough edges, and filing keratin into pleasing ovals or shapes of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Next, nail neateners slough off dry, dead skin with a gentle exfoliating walnut polish before slathering upper and lower limbs in a hydrating aloe mask and massaging palms, heels, and calves. To conclude their phalange finishing, Groupon holders can choose between a buff or colorful polish—leaving both top and bottom feelers feeling clean, confident, and ready to face any hand buzzer or shoe pebble that gets in their way.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Treatments are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Timothy Stimac Salon & Spa
Timothy Stimac, owner of the Bremerton salon and spa that bears his name, has traversed the globe in search of new cutting and styling techniques. His thirst for knowledge and frequent-flyer miles led him to train in Italy, where he picked up some new coloring techniques before hopping over to London to work on his cutting skills. Timothy now shares his international knowledge with his team of stylists, who work with professional products to imbue their clients’ hair with rich color and volume. These products include all-natural selections from Aveda, which infuse strands with pure flower and plant essences. While the stylists condition or clip away at hair, nail technicians stationed nearby scrub hands with butter manicures and mango passion pedicures, gently reproving clients who attempt to lick their palms for a sample of the fruit-infused salves.