$25 for Mani-Pedi at Ongles Royal ($50 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Experienced nail technicians
  • Shaping and polishing
  • Paraffin upgrade available
  • Discount on additional services

The Fine Print

  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
  • Limit 1 per visit
  • Valid only for location purchased
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  • Expires 24 November 2011
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Nail polish was invented around 3000 BC in ancient China—a fact that's doubly remarkable considering that human fingernails were only invented last year. Celebrate this admirable foresight with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a mani-pedi at Ongles Royal (a $50 value). Choose from two Laval locations and one Saint-Bruno location.

Ongles Royal whittles nails into their most beautiful shapes through the discerning eyes of experienced nail technicians. A full filing evens out unruly edges on fingers and toes to optimize every point, handshake, high-five, and karate kick. Cuticles indulge in a gentle grooming, after which nails are polished to reflect a desired spectrum of light or shade of personal plumage. Customers can upgrade to include a paraffin-wax treatment ($20) and can also receive 20 per cent off any additional treatment booked on the same day. 


Choose from the following 3 locations:

1600 Boule Le Corbusier, local 123
Laval, QC H7S 1Y9
(450) 973-8333

3035 Boul. le Carrefour
Laval, QC H7T 1C8
(450) 687-9998

425 Boul. des Promenades, Suite H032, Entrée No. 2.
St-Bruno, QC J3V 6A8
(450) 482-1122

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