In the winter, air sucks moisture from your hair and converts it into snow. Recapture your dome's dew and beautify your frizzled mane with today's Groupon to Seven Salon. Choose from the following options:
For $99, you get a haircare package with advanced stylist Evan (a $200 value). The package includes the following:
- A haircut (a $75 value)
- Full-foil highlights or lowlights (a $125 value)
For $38, you get a take-home starter kit (up to an $80 value), which includes the following:
- A bottle of shampoo of your choice (up to a $26 value)
- A bottle of conditioner of your choice (up to a $32 value)
- A bottle of seal (a $22 value)
Named Best Salon by 425 magazine, Seven Salon puts its experienced stylist squad to work in an airy, energetic setting filled with the sound of live DJs. Advanced stylist Evan Hreha, a creative team member who has styled the heads of Betsey Johnson and Nicole Ritchie, employs extensive expertise to install new haircuts splashed with full foil highlights or lowlights. After picking up a complimentary espresso and admiring the salon's evocative Buddha statues, customers ease into a comfy chair where Evan carefully assesses their head shape and game face. With smart new styles in place, Evan creates precisely layered color accents, enveloping strands in enough depth-creating color to make bangs appear four-dimensional during the 120-minute process.
Seven Salon's exclusive product line is designed to nourish head gardens with natural bases and ingredients that protect against free radicals. The weightless vanilla milk-based Nourish conditioning treatment infuses hair with silk protein, and the pomegranate-based Enrich helps to rebuild color-treated locks and cheer up downtrodden craniums with an ambrosial banquet. In addition to fortifying follicles, Seven Salon provides clients with an aloe vera–based Seal treatment, designed to help close cuticles, keeping wanderlusting conditioners and their nutritive spindles from vacating manes.
The aroma of percolating coffee drifts from the espresso bar past sleepy-eyed Buddha statues as the in-house DJ spins a never-ending sonic web of music. Though these decadent details lend the sprawling, deep-brown surroundings the chic feel of an art gallery or café, it is SEVEN Salon that calls the space home. Focused on bolstering energy and rejuvenation rather than relaxation, a seasoned crew of stylists bustles about the refined salon throughout the day, drawing on styling skills they learned under the tutelage of Graham Breakwell, former stylist to the likes of Paul McCartney and The Who.