Salons provide a healing haven for manes troubled by split ends, lackluster color, or an addiction to Viking helmets. Put the bounce back in your ‘do with today’s Groupon to Habit Salon in Mesa. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get a Brazilian Blowout or Brazilian Blowout Zero (a $250 value).<p>
- For $125, you get a Brazilian Blowout or Brazilian Blowout Zero and haircut (a $300 value).<p>
- For $50, you get a haircare package (up to a $145 total value) that includes the following:
- A haircut, shampoo, blow-dry, and style (a $50 value)
- An Ombre hair coloring or a partial or full Balayage highlight (up to a $95 value)<p>
Inside Habit Salon’s beauty retreat, experienced stylists, who regularly freshen skills with Bumble & bumble and Tigi training classes to ensure precise execution of envisioned looks, brighten up lackluster locks. The tress treaters select a foil-free partial or full Balayage highlighting treatment, which paints half-inch sections of hair to lighten tendrils so they look as if the sun bent down and gently butterfly-kissed each strand. The Ombre technique creates darker roots and lighter tips, and both color services are finished off with a final gloss application that seals in shine. Stylists follow all three coloring services with a thorough shampooing before snipping and sculpting tendrils into shapes inspired by shrubbery with a haircut, blow-dry, and style.
A 90-minute Brazilian Blowout treatment, formulated in an original and organic, plant-derived Zero solution, weaves a protective layer of conditioners around each hair for a frizz-free mane that can last up to 12 weeks. After a thorough sudsing with an antiresidue prep shampoo, stylists comb in the treatment from root to tip, followed by a blow-dry and flat-iron straightening. Male or female manes then bundle up in a mask for 60 seconds to seal in smoothness and million-dollar ideas escaping through the head.
Some hair straightening products that claim to be formaldehyde-free include aldehyde compounds, which are similar to the carcinogen formaldehyde. Side effects may include nosebleeds, headaches, vomiting, and respiratory problems, among others. Learn more about the health risks here.
Throughout the day, IPC Wellness' staffers can be found performing various services. Melissa Mulder, one of these staffers, performs Brazilian waxing services for clients.