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What You'll Get
A haircut is like a breakup—it doesn't seem like you need one until someone starts brandishing scissors. Get cut by a professional with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a haircut and Texture Tandem treatment at Industrie Hairdressing (up to a $61 value), located in Broomfield in the Flatiron Marketplace.
The talented hair artists at Industrie Hairdressing provide a variety of services designed to treat every mop with the tender loving care normally reserved only for injured baby sparrows. After washing locks with Bumble and bumble or Davines shampoo, a skilled stylist will coat the mane in Professional Sebastian's Texture Tandem, a custom-mixed clay-cream formula with a moisture-lock silkener. Under the deep conditioner's diabolical reign, hair types from frizzy to accident-prone become voluminous, soft, and textured. A hair technician will then snip and clip strands of skull spaghetti into a desirable shape, taking special care to hunt down rogue split ends and banish them to a white-collar prison.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. New clients only. Extra fee for upgrades.Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Industrie Hairdressing
Industrie Hairdressing founders Holly Tignor and Mary Cahill Garrard are a natural match. Aside from having similar career trajectories—they each got their starts in the early 90s before developing their skills on the artistic team at U.K.-based Toni&Guy—the two share an ambitious streak that led them to establish Creating Beauty, a three-tiered company that consists of two concept salons and a hairdressing academy.
At Industrie Hairdressing, the idea is to draw inspiration from all forms of art and design using an approach to styling that's as freeform as the episode of Jeopardy! where Alex Trebek had to improvise all the clues. During sessions, stylists grouped into five levels based on experience and education consult with their clients to create styles that best suit the client's lifestyle and face shape. They do this by drawing on a full line of Bumble and Bumble products.