Getting a haircut is a great way to update your look and remind your hair that any resistance will be met with swift and brutal justice. Keep it in line with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $7 for a haircut and basic blow-dry (a $9 value) with a clarifying or reconditioning treatment (a $5 value; a $14 total value)
- $12 for partial highlights or lowlights, with a shampoo and basic blow-dry (a $25 value)
- $15 for a haircut, clarifying or reconditioning treatment, and specialty styling (an $18 value; a $32 total value)
- $19 for full highlights or lowlights, with a shampoo and basic blow-dry (a $45 value)
All services are performed by students under the supervision of licensed instructors. The salon is open Monday–Thursday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Ogle School of Hair, Skin & Nails
When hairstylist Shelton Ogle opened his first salon at 21, he quickly realized the secret to maximizing the number of gorgeous haircuts he could render: a well-trained staff. So two years later, he opened his beauty school, Ogle School of Hair, Skin & Nails. Now in its 40th year, the school leverages its accrued experience and knowledge to teach aesthetic arts ranging from skincare to hair coloring. In the school’s salons, students practice on the public, cutting hair into elegant, customized shapes, texturizing strands with relaxers and perms, and highlighting nails with manicures, rather than with rings with built-in strobe lights. A testament to Shelton’s success in building his vision, he was even able to develop a weekly show for PBS about the beauty industry.
81% of 423 customers recommend
“I've had good experiences and it's affordable.”
“My student, Kimberly Maxwell, was knowledgeable and confident. I trusted what she did and my partial highlights turned out great! She was friendly, didn't talk my...”
“My student, Kimberly Maxwell, was knowledgeable and confident. I trusted what she did and my partial highlights turned out great! She was friendly, didn't talk my ear off, and was good at her job. ”
“Techs do a good job, despite the fact they are still in school. ”