What You'll Get
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: for $40, you get $100 worth of hair services at Grace Hair Salon.
Grace Hair Salon's founder, Thad Grace, trains each Grace stylist using A.P.T., an educational program he developed that focuses on methodology and technical prowess rather than mastering passé styles and passing style mastery. His artful and expert strand sculpturing is frequently featured on the TV show Better. Let his staff of skilled snippers put their hair-savvy to work by trimming your noodle nest ($25+ for men, $30+ for women). Or, change hair's color ($50+ for basic color) or stripes ($70+ for a color weave) as if it were made of chameleons. The salon offers blowouts ($20+), wedding and prom 'dos ($50+), and a special style for proms that turn into weddings.
To accompany the chic heads of hair coming to live in its chairs, Grace Hair Salon keeps a classy salon environment. There's bright art on the white walls, buttery white leather couches, high ceilings, and a palpable absence of sweaty ghosts. Call ahead to make an appointment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. New clients only. Redeemable across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Grace Hair Salon
At Grace Hair Salon, founder Thad Grace puts each stylist through an exclusive training program that transcends trends to focus on the technical framework behind cutting and coloring hair. A stylist and educator whose work is frequently showcased on the nationally syndicated television show Better, Thad's "smart" hair approach is also the inspiration for his product line, Mada, which includes spray shampoos for easy application and less product waste, and hydrating serums boasting higher-than-average SAT scores.