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What You'll Get
The earliest salons were informal gatherings where B-list philosophers gibbered away so they couldn't hear themselves dying of plague. Get an earful of the modern salon’s soothing hair-dryer purrs and scissor chop-chops instead with today's deal: for $35, you get $100 worth of hair services at Groove Salon on West Park Avenue. This Groupon can be used in two visits if necessary.
Groove Salon is a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon, which means Groove carries the complete Paul Mitchell brand within its pink and black confines, and national educators are employed in the salon itself. The salon's wide variety of services are performed by three levels of professional stylists, from beginning rising stars to mid-level shining stars to vitriolic high-level rock stars; prices shift accordingly. Have frayed head threads pruned into display shape with a haircut (starting at $45 for women, $25 for men), or simply sleekify an existing mop on an existing head with a shampoo and blow-dry (starting at $30). All shampoos come with a complimentary neck massage to relieve pain stemming from feeding pets like a mother bird does. Single-process color (color alone starting at $80, color with cut starting at $115) provides a tonal transformation, and partial highlights (starting at $90) only mark the relevant passages.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. May use across 2 visits. Not valid on products. Gratuity not included. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Groove Salon
In 2004 Bradley Sanders traveled around the country educating other stylists on L'Oréal Professional brands and color techniques. The following year he moved to Las Vegas and studied under world-renowned platform artist Robert Cromeans and Ambush Makeover's William Whatley. After learning as much as he could from the experts and their poorly hidden diaries, he moved back to the Southeast and partnered with L'Oréal to open Groove Salon, a Paul Mitchell–focused salon, in 2007. Today, Bradley, who has been accepted into the Paul Mitchell national educator's program, captains a team of talented stylists and colorists inside Groove's hip, redbrick studio.