A shapely haircut diverts attention from unflattering accessories such as neck bolts or a sweater depicting you getting a bad haircut. Display a new ‘do with today’s Groupon to Bounce Salon in O’Fallon. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a haircut, intense-repair conditioning treatment, and style (a $90 value).
- For $1,500, you get a set of hair extensions and styling (up to a $2,800 value).<p>
The highly trained hair stylists at Bounce Salon transform tresses in both directions with stylish snips or a set of lengthening extensions that elegantly cascade down backs for up to six months. Hair heroes rescue languishing locks with a cut and style that restructures strands into a ‘do as flattering as a mirror reflection that wants a new car. Then a deep, intensive conditioning treatment saturates arid hair with a moisturizing mask, sealing in hydration to soften strands and repair damage from the elements. For patrons hoping to lengthen their manes, stylists weave in 200–250 strands of human hair to add a formidable 8–24 inches of length to current strands. Strands flawlessly blend in with natural hair with a panoply of colors to create a headscape as seamless as Venus de Milo’s marble bathrobe. The six-hour treatment concludes with a styling of new tresses, and guests saunter out of the salon a hair-maintenance kit that will keep manes lush and tangle-free until their follow-up appointment two weeks later.
The highly trained stylists at Bounce Salon tame unruly manes with swift, precise snips and extensive training with Moroccanoil and Pravana color products. After a brief consultation to determine the client’s desired look, they shear away split ends, imbue tresses with all-over or partial color and highlights, or fight frizz with straightening blowouts, ultimately helping strands attract positive attention instead of negatively charged balloons. When needed, Bounce's staff plucks blow dryers from where they hang on the ceiling, just as they extract unwanted bristles during various waxing services.