In the Old West, cowboys rode into town to have a glass of whiskey at the town saloon, to heckle the thieves in the stockades, and to exfoliate their rugged mugs with the sheriff's spurs. Saddle up for modern shaping up with today's Groupon to Frenchy's Beauty Parlor. Choose between the following options:
- For $79, you get a professional haircut, partial highlight, and gloss (up to a $165 value).
- For $149, you get a Brazilian Blowout Zero (up to a $350 value).
A retro 1950s vibe greets patrons at Frenchy's Beauty Parlor, where experienced stylists trim, highlight, and straighten hair in a kitschy Hollywood setting. Frenchy's stylists snip and shape hairdos according to the season, personal style of the client, and prevailing northerly winds ($55+ for women, $35+ for men) before partially highlighting the most significant strands with Pravana color products ($75) and coating mops with a shiny gloss ($35).
With a Brazilian Blowout Zero treatment, clients opt for a formaldehyde-free smoothening treatment, allowing Kevin Murphy hair products to envelop twisty curls and transform them into scalp citizens on the straight-and-narrow. Clients may purchase both services and redeem them on the same day if desired.
Frenchy’s Beauty Parlor
Inside Frenchy’s Beauty Parlor, a team of beauty-school graduates style haircuts both trendy and edgy. Named for the beauty-school dropout in Grease, Frenchy’s embraces the retro aesthetic of the ’50s with rose-colored walls, gauzy pink curtains, and black styling tables. If the parlor occupies a niche, it’s the pinup market. Stylists are adept at dyeing and styling hair to recall the cheeky posters that soldiers would post in their bunks to remind them what they were fighting for: the noble push pin. Stylists are equally talented at framing faces of all ages and genders with classic and trendy cuts, aided by products from, Kevin Murphy, EVO and AG and hair color by Pravana. To complete their look, customers can browse a boutique of hoodies and tank tops emblazoned with the Frenchy’s logo or the label “Beauty School Drop Out.”
Retro is definitely in. We're talking pompadours, fades, anything vintage. But, really, all styles are available.BlackBook
She does an amazing job on his hard to tame mane and she's been doing my hair for years now. She listens and that's most important.Autumn C., Yelp, 9/16/10
Frenchy's Beauty Parlor
913 West Mary Street
Austin, Texas 78704