Throughout time, hair has been evolutionarily selected to appear higher and higher on the human body, until by the late ’50s it had congregated almost entirely on the head. Keep your hair from levitating away altogether with today’s Groupon to Guys & Dolls Hairkuts. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get a deep-conditioning or damage-therapy hair treatment (up to a $40 value).
- For $25, you get $50 worth of salon products.
- For $30, you get a damage-therapy hair treatment and $30 worth of salon products (a $70 value).
The tightly knit group of talented stylists at Guys & Dolls Hairkuts feathers face frames beneath a canopy of hanging baubles in a funky and eclectic salon atmosphere. A deep-conditioning hair treatment hydrates thirsty tendrils, or a 30-minute damage-therapy treatment restores luster to strands injured by chemical treatments or the tugs of overzealous third graders. The damage-therapy treatment uses Awapuhi Wild Ginger products to penetrate follicular roots to help restore hydration and seal in a perpetual shine. The salon’s glossy wooden shelves hold tidy stacks of haircare products from reputable lines like AG Hair, Crome, and Schwarzkopf. Swirling aromas of peppermint and lavender permeate curls during at-home applications of a Paul Mitchell Tea Tree hair and scalp treatment ($14/200mL), which employs a hydrating blend of tea-tree oils, vitamin E, and shea butter to loosen thought bubbles tangled in parched tresses. BC shampoos and conditioners ($13.50–$32 each) gently cleanse hair while treating various difficulties like color-treated, sun-damaged, or frizzy strands. Clients who add on a color service during their Groupon redemption will receive a $10 discount on that service.
Guys & Dolls Hair Salon
Since 1985, Guys & Dolls Hair Salon has been balancing an effort to cultivate a happy clientele with an unrelenting effort to give back to the community. The staffers render a varied slate of hair and nail services, but they've also raised funds for HIV organizations and fought cancer. Management and ownership have shifted somewhat in the salon's quarter century of business, but a holdover from the era of the original ownership—Francisco—carries the proverbial baton forward with the same dedication to conscientious work for customers and local organizations. The salon itself offers decorative splendor in the form of abundant green plant life, vibrant orange, green, and white sponge-painted walls, and shelving units that look like canoes pointed toward the ceiling. There are also some beautiful mannequin heads perched atop mirrors, reminding clients that if hair can look good on a lump of plastic, it can also look good on a real human or Pee-wee Herman.
935 NE 62nd St.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33334