Every so often, a client enters Attitude Styles for a haircut, only to end up in a police car. And they smile the whole time. That’s because the police car is actually a tot-sized salon chair where tykes can lounge while friendly stylists trim their hair. In addition to children’s haircuts, the team creates trendy cuts and updos for adults and soothes skin with facials, manicures, pedicures, and paraffin treatments. Tykes and teens also can attend one of Attitude Styles’ classes or parties to learn new braiding, feathering, and updo techniques.
Hair Geometrics houses seasoned stylists who engage hair with precision snipping, inspired styling, and dynamic color services. An expert neatly trims tresses before styling mops into a flattering 'do or a functional coat rack. Clients can opt to enhance cuts with partial highlights dealt from the Hair Geometrics cache of high-end hair products. The salon's sleek black barber chairs comfortably envelop guests and wall-size paneled mirrors reflect their new looks or any extradimensional beings they have summoned.
Coax timid digits out of mitten lairs with the promise of a beverage during a relaxing mani-pedi, while a salt scrub and mask covers feet with a moisturizing façade. This option also includes 30% off extension services, perfect for those who would otherwise have to wait months to make it safely out their windows and onto solid ground. Salon Bella Mia’s expert hair sculptors cater to men and women, shaping classic and trendy head helmets and transforming 2-D tresses with highlights. With this deal, all Groupon holders get $10 off a return visit plus $10 for referring a friend.
Capristo Salon & Wellness Spa is more than just a beauty haven—it's a family legacy. The late founder, Bruce Capristo, started styling hair at the age of 19. He owned and operated many successful salons in the Pittsburgh area beginning in the 1960s, including his flagship site—Capristo International—where he worked alongside his wife, Cheech. Bruce established a strong reputation while working in fashion, film, and television; he even styled hair on the set of the 1968 cult classic Night of the Living Dead.
The location that Bruce opened on Ellsworth Avenue has now been going strong for more than 25 years. When Bruce passed away in 2006, his son Roman—a master stylist who trained with the likes of Vidal Sassoon and Bumble and bumble—took over the business, continuing his father's dream. And although she no longer works as an aesthetician and stylist, you might still see Cheech helping out behind the scenes.
The laid-back atmosphere at the salon and spa keeps both clients and staffers happy; in fact, some of the stylists have been with the company since the very beginning. The crew hands out complimentary martinis on Wednesday evenings, pampering guests with custom facials and body wraps. In a private spa-party room filled with padded chairs and sheer drapery, the beauty experts ply brides-to-be or birthday girls with complimentary champagne and hors d'oeuvres.