Every time a new idea crosses the mind, a new hair sprouts as the idea tries to escape the brain and patent itself. Keep thoughts in check with today’s hair-disciplining Groupon to Art In Hair in Burlington. Choose between the following options:
- For $28, you get a haircut with shampoo, blow-dry, and style (a $68 value, including HST).
- For $299, you get a Yuko Repair Thermal Relaxing System consultation and treatment (up to a $1,000 value, including HST). Treatments start at $600, with costs increasing based on hair length, texture, and density.<p>
Art In Hair’s band of experienced coiffeurs constantly upgrade their hair-centric training and education, ensuring continually-augmented expertise in the administration of chic haircuts, sleek styles, and straightening treatments. Patrons looking to groom unkempt head gardens with a haircut revel in a pre-snip cleansing that purifies tresses, followed by a hewing session that employs scissors to metamorphose languid locks into beautiful follicular butterflies. Post-chopping, a blowout and style add polish and bounce like a new pair of patent-leather moon boots.
Alternatively, those opting for a four-step Yuko Repair Thermal Relaxing System treatment meet with a stylist for a consultation to determine which straightening chemicals will be used and the appropriate processing time. A pre-treatment primer transforms hair into a blank canvas, after which the kink-erasing solution is carefully applied to cranial planes. Treated manes are ironed out to activate the straightening agents and then neutralized and styled. Salon-goers leave their appointments equipped with straight and silky strands that have sworn an oath to never watch Curly Sue. Each treatment can take up to 3–4 hours, and while treatments are meant to promote permanent straightening, touch-ups are recommended every four to six months. Peruse the Yuko website’s FAQ section for more information.
Art In Hair
Hair extension expert and master colourist Amy Beaulieu transforms manes with 100% human hair extensions and L’Oréal professional products, a forte that has garnered her national attention and an on-air interview with Daytime Toronto. She flexes her hair-beautifying muscles inside her own salon, Art In Hair, where hair extensions, bowls of hair dye, and straightening formulas help customers look even more elegant than a thoroughbred racehorse wearing a tuxedo.
425 Locust St.
Burlington, Ontario L7S 1T8