Sometimes things require a fresh coat of paint—figuratively, for those seeking a new look at the salon, or literally, for blacking out the nursery walls after your baby is unexpectedly born goth. Get an alternative look with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for a shampoo, haircut, and blow-dry (a $50 value)
- $39 for a shampoo, haircut, blow-dry, and partial highlights (a $125 value)
- $45 for a shampoo, haircut, blow-dry, and full highlights (a $150 value)
Hairstylist Megan Little started her career in 2006 when she seized the chance to study in Los Angeles, New York, and Baltimore. Raphael Rocca draws on more than 16 years of experience as he crafts new 'dos, and he travels to New York twice a year to study the latest trends with L'Oréal.
Before Lisa Jones-Butz opened her own salon, she graduated from the University of Baltimore, studied art history in Europe, and attended styling school. She went on to become a Wella educator, training new stylists at seminars and assisting seasoned pros at national shows. When she isn't cohosting a monthly makeover segment on FOX45 or writing a beauty and style column for Harford's Heart magazine, Lisa curates artwork and crops locks at Subtle Rebellion, her boutique salon and art gallery.
Amid plain white walls, wooden floors, and modern track lighting, underexposed artists display their paintings, sculptures, and jewelry. This art inspires stylists such as Megan Little, who specializes in edgy cuts and multidimensional color, and Raphael Rocca, who often studies new hair trends with L'Oréal in New York, to turn listless locks into fashion-forward masterpieces with products by Moroccanoil, L'Oréal, and Redken. When they aren't cutting and tinting strands these hair artists smooth tendrils with keratin treatments and mold manes for photo shoots, weddings, and trips to the car wash.
Panache Hair Studio (Formerly Subtle Rebellion)
Amid plain white walls, wooden floors, and modern track lighting, stylists turn listless locks into fashion-forward masterpieces with products by Moroccanoil, L'Oréal, and Redken. When they aren't cutting and tinting strands these hair artists smooth tendrils with keratin treatments and mold manes for photo shoots, weddings, and trips to the car wash.
89% of 88 customers recommend
“They use an online site for booking, which is great to see all the appointment times. Julie was awesome!”
“If you want a superb haircut, go to Panache! You will not be disappointed!”
“Julie is great! Such a friendly and knowledgeable stylist. I will absolutely be back to see her. Results are exactly what I wanted”
Bel Air South
3007A Emmorton Rd.
Bel Air, Maryland 21009