Experience a regionally and nationally celebrated salon locally with today’s Groupon: $50 for $100 worth of spa and salon services at Bowie Salon and Spa. Allure readers cited Bowie Salon and Spa as their favorite, Citysearch raves about the highlights, Seattle Magazine can’t say enough great things about the blowouts, and Sea Monster Quarterly says, "There are no sea monsters there."
Owner and celebrity-stylist Stacie Bowie tamed tresses all over the world (Paris, London, Miami, South Africa) before settling down in Seattle to open her namesake salon and spa. Bowie and her team of experts provide warm and responsive customer service and “naturally beautiful” results. No one will ever suspect you weren’t born blond after spending a few hours in this zen-like beauty emporium and telling people that you weren't born blond.
If you’re not in need of a cut or color, Bowie's über-relaxing spa offers a full menu of waxing services, facials, and nail treatments. If you’d rather pamper yourself at home, pick up professional products from Bumble and bumble, Acca Kappa, Molton Brown, Shu Uemura, and more.
Bowie Salon is a media darling; Seattle Magazine, Allure, Lucky, Sunset, and Seattle Metropolitan all voted it Best Salon in the area. Allure loves it for “sunny highlights and soft lowlights,” and Seattle Magazine urged readers in a hair rut to “brave the dreaded beauty parlor breakup” and make a date here instead.
Bowie’s clients aren’t arguing with the press: Yelpers give it 4.5 stars:
- Robert is a hair god! I have gone here since last august and every haircut I have gotten has been perfect, grows out amazing, and has been easy to style on my own.– Jacqueline E.
- Stacy is the best! I have the most difficult thick curly/wavy/frizzy hair ever and she always makes it look great. – Katie B.
- I get my hair done here by Amber Bray, not sure if she's still there. I love her. She's so cool and always gives me a great cut. I also love the atmosphere. Very mod, urban, cool. – Ronald V.
When the Public and the Press Can’t Agree
The public heartily agrees with the press when it comes to giving Bowie Salon high marks. However, the press and the public have not agreed on everything:
1853: In response to The St. Louis Temperance Battery’s forceful arguments for prohibition, gin enthusiast/Mayor John How burns down the paper’s office.
1955: Houston TV Station WBLP reports that the Soviet Union signs the Warsaw Pact. Unwilling to process the world-altering event, every Houston inhabitant turns into vapor.
1993: The Cleveland Dispatch calls Mrs. Doubtfire the “feel-good family film of the summer,” while outraged audiences felt the film was “truly a classic fit for the whole family.” The feud ends when the body of Mrs. Doubtfire is paraded through town square.
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