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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