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Reviewed August 14, 2012
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What You'll Get
The burden of aches and pains makes it impossible for humans to run as fast as cheetahs, which is why the human diet is virtually devoid of gazelle meat. Keep fast food from getting away with today's Groupon to David Alan Grand Salon & Spa in Paramus. Choose from the following options:
- For $125 you get a beauty makeover (up to a $365 value).
- For $85 you get an Ultimate New Look hair styling (up to a $175 value).
- For $49, you get $100 worth of salon and spa services.
The trained professionals at David Alan Grand Salon & Spa pamper guests with luxurious hair treatments, massages, facials, and more. The ultimate beauty makeover barrages bodily exteriors with a trio of rejuvenating services: a therapeutic massage, a firming facial, and a stylish haircut. Choose a combination swedish deep-tissue and shiatsu massage delivered deep into the muscles to increase circulation, release tension, and relieve cramping or eviscerate athletic aches with the deep-tissue sports massage, designed for people who engage in frequent intense physical activity such as turnstile hopping. An Eminence Optimizer facial utilizes a blend of anti-aging and firming activities to tighten skin and improve complexions by reducing fine lines. The beauty revamp dotes on skull covers with a shampoo, cut, Japanese conditioning treatment, and style, and may be used across multiple visits. Those looking for just the tress treatment can opt for the Ultimate New Look, combining a shampoo, Japanese conditioning treatment, cut, and style with face-framing double highlights to brighten expressions and disguise errant paint streaks.
Today’s third option offers a grab bag of services, including manicures such as the hot-lavender cream, which engulfs hands in a moisturizing wrap before buffing and polishing nails ($37), and pedicures such as the tea-rose pampering foot treatment, which combines a sensory-placating foot massage with tea-rose aromatherapy ($70). Waxing, cuts, and more round out the salon and spa’s compendium of beauty treatments and services may be redeemed across multiple visits.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. By appointment only. 24hr cancellation notice required. May apply value toward upgrades. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About David Alan Grand Salon
David Alan wasn’t always a hairstylist. In fact, his original career path began at CCNY Film School. But David's eye for design and love of hair quickly sent him packing for beauty school and, later, to train under hair greats Mark Traynor—L’Oreal Paris colorist and stylist—and hat designer Lilly Daché. Now, more than 40 years later, David joins their ranks as owner of his namesake salon and spa where he instills his philosophy that hair should be unteased, untortured, unsprayed, and natural-looking.
But this doesn’t mean David and his legion of stylists aren’t capable of transforming hair with the latest trends and designs. Using Redken, Pureology, and KMS California hair care products, six levels of stylist highlight, condition, and straighten locks to complement any hair type and texture. And in the spa area, technicians rejuvenate bodies with mani-pedis, Eminence facials, and seaweed body wraps.
Along with a roster of beautifying services, guests are also treated to the Paramus shop’s décor as David Alan made sure to make his oyster-shaped salon aesthetically pleasing. Stained Brazil red oak floors and white walls enclose guests between mirrors made from nickel and less than 5% iron, which ensures reflections don't suffer from green glares or poor Tony Stark impressions.