Pay R172 for a manicure, pedicure, eyebrow wax and tint, and a back and neck massage at Beauty Boudoir, valued at R490 (save 65%)
- Save 65% on a manicure, pedicure, eyebrow wax and tint, and 30 min back and neck massage
- Lovely surroundings
- The ideal treat after a long week
- Highly skilled therapists
- Only one usable Groupon per person
- Groupon valid for up to 3 months
- Booking essential on 0110251277 / 0839544479
- All treatments to be enjoyed on the same day
- Groupon not redeemable on Sundays
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
It’s been found that one’s mind frequently tends to wander. Stressed minds have been found wandering aimlessly in alley ways, crying in dodgy bars and scaring little kids in the park. After all, there’s nothing scarier than a slobbery brain riding a see-saw. However when it comes to relaxing, there’s no place your mind would rather be than in its very own boudoir. Relax your mind at Beauty Boudoir.
Comprising of a manicure, pedicure, eyebrow wax and tint and a 30 minute back and neck massage, stressed minds might not be able to fully fathom what a really really good deal this is. In truth, this Groupon it perfect for those minds too tired to register which part of the body is craving attention the most. While this session at Beauty Boudoir focuses on just about every part of the body, it also soothes the spirit holding these parts together.
As the name implies, Beauty Boudoir’s therapists will treat you like a proper lady and make you look like one too. But not to worry, you won’t be expected to sit up straight or stick your pinkie out when you hold a teacup. Though tea is not included in the deal, teatime chatter is always available on request. Hence whether you’re best relaxed by calm soothing words or the latest gossip, Beauty Boudoir’s therapists can do it all.
Boidoir fact: It’s commonly known that a boudoir is for ladies. However Cuban metro men were so intrigued by the idea of such a room, that they came up with the idea of a boudoir for guys, better known as a ‘boydoir’. For a room to pass as a boydoir it must have a flat screen TV, a manicurist table and a very big cardboard cut-out of whoever’s boydoir it is.