Cultural icons often have signature hairstyles, from Little Orphan Annie's luscious red curls to the bald cap hiding Michael Jordan's luscious red curls. Find your own iconic look with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for a full set of LCN gel nails (an $80 value)
- $39 for a first-time ICON haircut with a designer 1 stylist and single-dimension colour (an $85 value)
- $49 for an ICON haircut and single-dimension colour with a designer 1 or 2 stylist on Mondays–Fridays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (a $100 value)
Polished wooden floors absorb glittering sunrays that carry the sparkle of nearby St. John’s Harbour's waters as the beams break through a wall of windows framing the salon. Patrons with heads dappled in highlight foils or in the midst of a chic new haircut gape in awe at the stunning views, but Icons’ well-trained staff doesn’t skip a beat as they continue with their artful coiffing duties at their respective styling stations. The team’s focus and attention to detail is bolstered with ongoing training throughout the year, which keeps them abreast of current styling, colouring, and fashion trends. As a Kérastase and Shu Uemura salon, Icons’ crew maintains hair's health and stylish shape via a smattering of beautifying treatments executed with salon-calibre products from brands such as Goldwell and L’Oréal Professionnel. While specializing in the grooming of guests' topmost exteriors, Icons’ staff also revamps physiques with spa services such as facials to purify complexions or waxing services that prepare bodies for aerodynamic dives into office-appropriate unitards.
85% of 956 customers recommend
“Awesome, friendly staff, very knowledgable :)”
“LOVE Icons :)”
“Overal excellent salon experience, Laura was fantastic excellent hair stylist :) only negative your salon hair cut chairs are cute but not very comfortable hurts your...”
“Overal excellent salon experience, Laura was fantastic excellent hair stylist :) only negative your salon hair cut chairs are cute but not very comfortable hurts your back espically near top where chair ends don't get good back support.”