The professional hair stylists and aestheticians of Zaza Beauty help patrons to locate beauty products to spruce up any glam-enhancing routine for hair, faces, bodies, and nails. OPI nail polish coats talons in fetching hues usually only seen on tropical birds and super-sized crayon boxes ($8.50), and a 17-ounce bottle of Hempz lotion moisturizes parched skin, infusing it with a soft and subtle scent ($17.95). Dermalogica clean-start kits house everyday facial-care necessities designed to cleanse, moisturize, and protect skin from the sun’s judgmental gaze ($18). Zaza Beauty stocks oodles of prettifying products in an open boutique layout, which diminishes the occurrence of ferocious bobby-pin onslaughts common in more cluttered shops. Patrons can seek prettification seven days a week and can also explore Zaza's salon and spa menu (not valid with this Groupon).
Licensed cosmetologist and expert mane-tamer Liz combs Brazilian Blowout Zero formula through frizzy 'dos to straighten, fortify, and polish strands. The smoothing solution latches on to locks and cloaks them in a protein force field, simultaneously evicting fuzz and imbuing locks with gaze-grabbing shine. With no formaldehyde products released at any point of the process, the formula boosts hair health and strength without drilling clients through reps of braid pull-ups. Fetchingly flat coifs can remain uncoiled for up to 12 weeks after the two-hour appointment, which requires no additional downtime.
Changes—it's right there in the salon name. At Changes Salon and Spa, Natalie Chanel encourages clients to embrace change with bold, playful styles that can boost a flat style come the new season, an elegant event, or when inviting Mars into your fifth house. As a stylist who frequently works in fashion photography, runway styling, and film, Natalie doesn't shy away from creating edgy, fashion-forward looks, which might include asymmetric cuts or streaks of bright colors. She can also work with traditional styles, of course, à la a classic bob or pretty blond highlights, and can add length and volume with extensions or prepare clients for special occasions with intricately braided updos.
Earthly Body's collection of natural, vegan, and paraben-free skincare and bodycare products has caught the eye of an array of media outlets, such as Allure and
Lucky magazines, with its hydrating hemp-oil bases and cruelty-free lineup. Candles melt into a candle pot with wax that can also be used as a warm massage oil, postcleansing moisturizer, or elbow cream for dry pet elephants. Earthly Body’s haircare line, Marrakesh, infuses each tendril-smoothing solution with Moroccan argan oil and three signature scents (original, High Tide, and Dreamsicle) to bolster frizz-free manes. Mineral-based makeups dust across facescapes without the harsh chemicals or pore-clogging guilt found in animal-tested products.
Whether her clients are headed to a decisive job interview or a romantic, Maryam Talash knows that a healthy part of their self-confidence comes from their stylish hairdos. With that in mind, she's able to spruce up staid strands with services that range from simple cuts and colors to Brazilian blowouts and extensions. Maryam is well-versed in the styling needs of all types of hair, and strives to make each of her clients feel as pampered as they are respected. Her services unfold at Bella Gente, where bright-white pendant lights shine over the studio's small sea of stylist stations.
The Great Clips empire spans more than 3,000 salons across North America, where a collective of over 30,000 stylists wait, ready to tend to hairstyles. At these salons, no appointments are necessary?though an online check-in system aids those who wish to skip any potential lines by adding their names directly to the haircut queue. And to aid their new hairstyles, customers can peruse a line of gels, conditioners, pomades, and tea-tree oil shampoos and body washes.