What You'll Get
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Technicolor your tresses and more with today's Groupon. For $45, new customers get $110 worth of color treatment, haircuts, styling, and waxing services at Dyeabolique, a boutique-style salon that occasionally moonlights as a James Bond villainess. Your Groupon entitles you to everything at Dyeabolique except products. Since that's a lot of services, you may use your Groupon across multiple visits.
Dyeabolique's specialty is its color treatments. Dyeabolique's talented stylists can do the full head ($100+) or can perform a touchup two inches and shorter ($65+), zonal placement ($25+), whole head color balancing ($50+), color correction (price quoted on request), and color removal ($80+). Owner Anita Graves and company use Wella Koleston Perfect hair color exclusively—their pick as the best color in the industry.
Whether your goal is be a California blonde for a few months or you want to dye your hair blue to torment the anime-loving cad who dumped you, you will exit Dyeabolique's swanky 1950s-style boutique sporting the perfect shade of sexy. You can also complement your colorage with a variety of other salon services, including haircuts ($45+ for women; $30+ for men), styling ($25+), and a combination wax (eyebrows, lip, and chin; $25).
Mother Nature gave you dull, mousy hair in a desperate attempt to restrain your dangerously sexy inner femme fatale. Turn the tables on that controlling busybody with today's Groupon, and erupt into a volcanic spew of hair-beauty.
Dyeabolique gets five stars from two reviewers on Citysearch:
Sexiness, 1950s Style
Dyeabolique is a 1950s inspired boutique that can give you a modern amount of sexiness. But, of course, women could be sexy in the 1950s, too, as evident in these common examples of '50s-sexy:
- Any amount of visible knee would give every man in a ten-block radius liver failure, even those who could sense the knee but not see it.
- While on a date at a drive-in movie, eating from the same bucket of popcorn was referred to as "third base," making it the third of 48 bases that did not include physical contact.
- Wearing make-up was reserved for special occasions like parade attendance and nuclear holocaust preparedness seminars.
- Under the law, winking at a man was considered public indecency, and most doctors thought it was one of the six causes of pregnancy.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 11, 2010. Amount paid never expires. New clients only. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. Valid for services only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.