- $30 for a classic manicure and pedicure ($65 value)
- Salon's location is a charming 120-year old brownstone townhouse in the heart of historic Old Town Alexandria
- Team of American- and European-trained specialists
- Promotion Expires November 6, 2013
Been a while since you were waited on hand and foot? With a luxurious mani-pedi at Bazzak Hair & Nail Salon going for just 30 bucks, it’s easy and affordable for you (or someone special) to feel like a queen for a day. While a trained expert trims, shapes, buffs, moisturizes and polishes your fingers and toes to supple, gleaming perfection in a soothing atmosphere, you can relax and let your mind drift. And although your newly gorgeous digits will be worthy of a monarch, the savings still stuffing your wallet will be the real crowning achievement.
Conveniently located Near Shopping Center and Virginia Tech Architecture center at 1110 King Street in Alexandria, Bazzak Hair & Nail Salon offers appointments Tuesday through Saturday. Whether you want to tame your mane, remove unwanted hair or tint your brows or lashes, their menu of professional salon services extends from hair and nail treatments to skin care, special events and beyond.
$30 for a deluxe manicure and pedicure ($65 value)
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