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. Put your hair in the hands of a master with today's Groupon for hair-care packages at Beyond Salon & Spa. Choose between two options:
- For $39, you get a hair spa package that includes a trio of conditioning treatments (a $40 value), a trim (a $25 value), and blow-dry styling (up to a $35 value; up to a $100 total value).
- For $39, you get a hair color package that includes a color touch-up (up to a $60 value), a deep-conditioning treatment (a $25 value), and blow-dry styling (up to a $35 value; up to a $120 total value).
Beyond Salon & Spa's coterie of licensed hair stylists masterfully tend human rooftop gardens. Hair spa packages begin with a flood of shampoo, whose lather purifies the scalp while clarifying its unresolved questions about the last season of Twin Peaks. Gentle hands next slather follicles with a fortifying mineral-mud mask, essential oils, and finally a leave-in conditioner to get hair glowing and soothe surrounding skin. To complete the package, sharp scissor blades slice off split ends before air piped in from behind a child's scooter blow-dries a youthful bounce back into 'dos.
Stylists begin the 90–120 minute hair-coloring package at the roots, matching each mane's previous coloring to the new desired hue. Mid-metamorphosis visitors then lean back for a quick shampoo and the application of a vitamin-rich Alter Ego garlic mask, which penetrates hair filaments and roots with the help of a warm hair-dryer. Clients may dictate blow-dry styling to suit their style preferences while nibbling on a complimentary snack, sipping a cup of tea, or quietly pondering whether Chewbacca smells like a man or a dog.
Though Beyond Salon & Spa sometimes features specials online, this Groupon still represents the best deal available.
Beyond Salon & Spa
As its name implies, Beyond Salon & Spa plays host to more hair and body treatments than one might expect. When they aren’t cropping hair into styles that bring out their clients’ best features, stylists tame frizz with keratin treatments, add permanent waves, and straighten strands with a special Japanese relaxer. Massage therapists similarly draw on Japanese influences during shiatsu and reiki massages, both of which aim to balance the body’s internal energies and promote self-healing. After purging toxins and unflattering chunks of marble during a body-sculpting treatment, clients can head to the nail technician for a relaxing mani-pedi.