Like puppies, heads of hair need to be pampered regularly or they’ll leave a mess on the couch and act up every time you roll down the car windows. Calm unruly coiffures with today’s Groupon to Frenchy's Beauty Parlor on Mary Street. Choose from the following options:
- For $79, you get a haircut, partial highlites, and gloss (a $165+ value)
- For $150, you get a keratin smoothing hair treatment (a $350+ value).
Inside Frenchy's cozy beauty emporium, skilled stylists provide a variety of hair-taming services using quality Kevin Murphy products. Update head-based style with the haircut package, which includes a meticulous snipping (a $55+ value for women, $35+ for men), a hue-altering partial highlight (a $75+ value), and your choice of gloss finish (shades, toner, or clear cellophane) (a $35+ value). For anyone who wants to reduce hair static without the hassle of jury-rigging rabbit ears, the keratin smoothing hair treatment is an ideal solution. It coats strands in a protective protein that gives smoothes and soothes frizzy hair using a gentle concoction. Frenchy's looks every part a home, from the porch bearing, cottage-esque edifice to the interior décor. Pink walls are perhaps a small hat doff to the eponymous Pink Lady, while black furnishings and gossamer drapes complete the leather-edged feminine vibe. Whichever service you select, you'll leave with a mane as elegant and compliment baiting as a unicorn-drawn Rolls Royce.
- Needless to say the Frenchy's experience that I had was not of the pineapple variety but more of the OMG! super model, Breck girl hair variety. No beauty school drop outs here. – Aimee B., Yelp
- I'm a recent Austinite. Thanks Frenchy's; now I can safely and pleasantly check "find a great hairdresser" off my list! – atxbird, Citysearch
Frenchy’s Beauty Parlor
Inside Frenchy’s Beauty Parlor, a team of beauty-school graduates style haircuts both trendy and edgy. Named for the beauty-school dropout in Grease, Frenchy’s embraces the retro aesthetic of the ’50s with rose-colored walls, gauzy pink curtains, and black styling tables. If the parlor occupies a niche, it’s the pinup market. Stylists are adept at dyeing and styling hair to recall the cheeky posters that soldiers would post in their bunks to remind them what they were fighting for: the noble push pin. Stylists are equally talented at framing faces of all ages and genders with classic and trendy cuts, aided by products from, Kevin Murphy, EVO and AG and hair color by Pravana. To complete their look, customers can browse a boutique of hoodies and tank tops emblazoned with the Frenchy’s logo or the label “Beauty School Drop Out.”