There's nothing more beautiful than the innocence of a child, unless that child is covered in pie filling. Outbeauty pie-gobbling youth with the help of today's Groupon to Beverly Hills Color Bar Salon on Santa Monica Boulevard. Choose from the following options:
- For $50, you get a single-process hair coloring and cut (a $115 total value).
- For $150, you get a Keratin Complex smoothing treatment (a $300 value).
- For $110, you get a Pravana Perfection smoothing treatment (a $225 value).
Beverly Hills Color Bar styles fashion-savvy clients in a chic, upscale salon stuffed to the rafters with experienced stylists. Reanimate your cranial crown and prepare for awestruck stares from color-changing chameleons with a single-process hair coloring ($55 value) and a new haircut ($60 value) to match. The frizz-flattening smoothing treatments employ Pravana Perfection or Keratin Complex products to make frayed head-threads appear glistening for weeks, like silken strands spun by diamond-coated worms. Pravana’s SmoothOut service helps to strengthen color-treated, highlighted, and bleached hair and is gentle enough to allow same-day coloring or shampoo. Keratin Complex products encase follicles in protein-enriched armor that both promote healing and repel environmental toxins, making hair easier to style and more responsive to lectures about the importance of helmets. Sessions take place during two- to three-hour windows and may include extra charges for extremely long or thick hair (up to $50).
The sleek salon environment of neutral hues, vivid lighting, and minimalist décor contributes to the salon experience and leaves customers feeling as pampered as a baby sultan’s backside.
Beverly Hills Color Bar
Leaning on a strident application process, Beverly Hills Color Bar recruits stylists for their artistic handling of complex color treatments, expertise with all types of hair, and their outgoing personalities. Colorists work outside the boundaries of traditional highlights as the quirkily named services denote, splashing hair with spots of color during the You've Been Punk'd, or making eyes pop by highlighting a few strands up front with the Face Framer. Notable for its industrial aesthetic and splashes of color, the airy salon looks like it was designed to house the minimalist sculptures of Donald Judd, and like any good contemporary-art exhibit, the salon's black-wood color bar displays a meticulously arranged spectrum of hair-dye products. Carefully smeared black paint gives texture to the poured-concrete floor, and geometric, gray leather salon chairs offset full-length mirrors rimmed in vibrant tangerine.