The human head and body can join together to become an unstoppable force for goodness and beauty or collide haplessly in a tangle of hair and shucked skin. Keep your system running smoothly with today's deal: pay $27 for a haircut, shampoo, and scalp massage (a $55 value), or choose to pay $35 for a 60-minute Swedish massage (a $75 value) at Déjà Vu European Spa & Salon in North Richland Hills.
Fashion your main mane at Déjà Vu with a marathon of hair care in this European-style salon. Begin your services with a scalp-scintillating shampoo before heading to the chair of hair destiny. Once you've consulted with a highly trained stylist on the best method to sculpt a sideways frohawk (or not), steady scissors will snip and trim away excess hair and dead ends. To top off the top of your head, a scalp massage is given as a relaxing way to improve circulation to the tip-top of the head. A carefully crafted 'do equals a new you, primped and ready for any windy scenes in your upcoming role as Keanu Reeves's unfaithful but gorgeous sidekick.
Alternately, enter the pain-pummeling emporium of Déjà Vu for 60 soothing minutes of hand-delivered body puttification. The Swedish massage, a light- to medium-pressured technique, is the most popular type of knead. It uses long, connective strokes and kneading to improve blood flow, stimulate the lymphatic system, relieve physical tension, and melt stress into a puddle of biodegradable papier-mâché. Whatever beautifying service you choose, the meticulous personnel will ensure that your entire experience ends in a waterfall of salty tears made of purified joy.
Déjà Vu European Spa & Salon is fully licensed and earned a 4.5-star average from nine Yahoo! Locals. Here's what they've been saying:
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Spa Director Roselie Bones, an aesthetician and beauty therapist trained in European techniques, handpicks each of Deja Vu Spa's contemporary spa therapists. For more than a quarter century, they have aimed to pamper clients and relieve tension, carefully crafting an environment that engages the senses and helps banish stress. A lineup of facials blends natural elixirs such as botanicals and sea minerals to combat wrinkles, acne, and other blemishes, and several massage modalities, including Swedish, sports, and reflexology, relax guests faster than a pillow stuffed with Enya CDs. Aestheticians dazzle digits with mani-pedis and smoothly evict unwanted body hair with waxing services. Comprehensive spa packages treat individuals, couples, and wedding parties to cosmetic treatments coupled with toasty sessions in a steam bath and shower, with many packages capped off with light refreshments or lunch from a nearby Olive Garden.