A good stylist can wield scissor blades well enough to sculpt a flawless hairdo, slice vegetables in midair, or cut a piece of construction paper into an exact outline of the Polynesian triangle. Procure a talented stylist with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39 for three blowouts (up to a $135 value)
- $39 for a haircut, blow-dry, and conditioning treatment (up to a $105 value)
- $59 for a haircut, blow-dry, and partial highlights (up to a $175 value)
- $69 for a haircut, blow-dry, and single-process color (up to a $145 value)
Aura Hair and Colour Emporium
At Aura Hair and Colour Emporium, a flock of stylists swoops over coiffures with scissors and brand-name products in tow, ready to renovate outmoded hairstyles. After emerging from a flurry of snips, newly fashioned hairdos can reap the benefits of further embellishment, such as extensions, highlights, and Brazilian Keratin treatments, which render kinky manes manageable and prevent out-of-control locks from tussling with loose USB cords. The salon's multitalented team of beauticians also boosts outer allure with waxing services, makeup application, and special packages for brides-to-be.
The Bellmore location's rich interior swells with Victorian elegance, punctuated by golden lamps, finely upholstered couches, gilded mirrors, and garnet-hued wallpaper. The Long Beach location, on the other hand, strikes a different chord with its beach-like setting marked by sandy hues, bright foliage, and pictures of oceanic wildlife. While visitors abandon the stresses of the outside world, they can wile away the time sipping on complimentary cappuccino, tea, wine, or bottled water, and conversing with well-mannered brooms dressed in petticoats.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Dawn was excellent. Great with color and cut. Place was also well decorated and wait time was minimal. Staff very attentive and even offered us a fresh cappucino. ”
“you can get your eyebrows dyed and plucked here for only $20 and Maria does an amazing job!”
“nice staff. very professional. lovey atmosphere”