Haircuts remove dead ends and ends that have been playing dead to avoid doing their chores. Get rid of what’s tying you down with today’s Groupon to Blackfriars Salon and Spa. Choose from the following options:
- For $65, you get a women’s makeover package (a $142.75 total value) that includes:
- Women’s wash, cut, and style (a $45.75 value)
- Scalp massage
- Moroccanoil conditioning treatment (a $12 value)
- Flare eyelash extensions (a $50 value)
- Shellac manicure (a $35 value)<p>
- For $11, you get a men’s haircut and style (a $22.75 value).
- For $22, you get a women’s haircut and style (a $45.75 value).
Blackfriars Salon and Spa’s team of skin therapists and hair stylists replenishes visages with products by Moroccanoil, American Crew, and OPI. Before haircuts commence, stylists consult with clients to design a coif that suits personal style and headbanging technique. Meticulous snips banish split ends and frame faces with flattering new ‘dos. Women who opt for the makeover package can extend their beautifying services beyond the cranium. Scalp massages soothe furrowed brows, and a Moroccanoil conditioning treatment restores locks’ softness and shine. Next, certified lash technicians outfit eyes with Flare eyelash extensions, customizing each lash’s colour, length, and thickness. Finally, fingernails don ultra-durable Shellac polish that endures up to 14 days, obviating the need to hide chipped nails beneath olives. As facades regain their natural lustre, clients can sip steaming cups of complimentary coffee or tea.
Blackfriars Salon & Spa
Husband-and-wife team Audrey and Ryan Yeo founded Blackfriars Salon & Spa as a means of providing frazzled guests with a tranquil space in which to recharge. They staff both locations with a crew of trained stylists and aestheticians who gussy up patrons via a host of salon, skin, and hand and foot services. Receptionists share complimentary cups of coffee, green tea, or water with clients as stylists gild heads in multidimensional highlights. Nail technicians add glamour to hands with glossy, chip-resistant Shellac manicures, and therapists administer hot-stone massages to ease muscles aching from workdays spent cannonballing.