Pay R124 for a manicure and pedicure at Perfect 10 (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a manicure and pedicure
- Tranquil surroundings
- Professional service
- Ideal as a gift or for yourself
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Groupon only valid at Balfour Park Shopping Centre branch
- Only one Groupon per visit
- Maximum of 4 usable Groupons per person
- Bookings essential
Whether you use your fingers to type an important document, hold a pen, paintbrush or pencil or to inform the hell driver in front of you that cutting you off in traffic isn’t OK, fingers need to look good and so do toes. Ensure yours look fabulous with a full manicure and pedicure from Perfect 10 for R124.
Perfect 10 provides 10 perfect toes and 10 perfect fingers, ensuring you look elegant and stylish for every occasion. You can spot those who have walked out of Perfect 10 from a mile away as they’re constantly using their hands to talk and always keep their elbows bent to give the people around them a clear view of their freshly manicured nails. They also walk kicking their feet forward to fully display their perfect feet and hardly ever wear closed shoes, even during the coldest of winters. This is because the nail technicians file, shape and paint hands and toes to perfection, caressing each toe and finger and treating them with individual attention.
Sweet nothings are whispered to toes while fingers are wafted with the branches of pine trees and fed grapes, or is that the owner of the toes and hands? Either way, each client is pampered and treated like a queen from the moment they enter the Perfect 10 salon to walking out the salon on pedicured feet. Once they’ve left, their hands and feet will continue to impress all those around them and leave them with that feeling of royalty that only Perfect 10 can provide.
Nail fact #267: Candyland was discovered by Sir Edmund Hildago in 1806. He accidently dropped an ear bud that when it fell down into the snow turned into a red and white candy cane. Surprised by what had happened, he started digging below the snow and feeling through a tunnel. Not much else is known about the story as Sir Edmund was instantly turned into a chocolate figure.