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What You'll Get
Like windows, hairs must be maintained regularly to keep them free from split ends, overgrown cowlicks, and hazy reflections of passing ospreys. Clean your brain’s skylight with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a wash, cut, and blow-dry from select stylists (up to a $50 value) at J. Bauman Salon on Mills Avenue, close to downtown.
J. Bauman Salon offers guests an appetizing menu of salon and spa services in a streamlined, contemporary environment as clean as a disinfected whistle. Today’s deal transforms clients' tresses with a wash, cut, and blow dry. While rears restfully recline in one of J. Bauman’s 17 hair stations, experienced stylists will sow shampoos, harvest rich fields of locks (women’s cuts regularly start at $42, men’s at $25), and then direct patrons to the separate drying lounge, where moisture is blown away like gentle drops of dew in a billowy hair breeze.
Founded in 1993 as Arturo’s, J. Bauman proudly employs big-city stylists schooled in the latest techniques. Appointments are required, so fire up your coal-fueled sound transceiver and schedule a meeting with the hair counselors in a venue filled with bright lights, polished metal, and darkly buffed floors. Afterward, in the streets, you might find that your magnificent mane busts the binds of its bowler hat and leaps into sunshine, dappling the dark alleyways of careless coiffeurs.
This Groupon is for new clients only.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 29, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New clients only. Valid for select stylists only. Gratuity not included. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About J. Bauman Salon
In 1993, Les Arthur Bauman finally realized his dreams of opening his own salon, which he called Arturo's. He had two stylists, some shears, and not much else, but he worked hard to build the business. While he got the salon up and running, his son, Jes Bauman, became the second generation of the family to pursue hair as art, pursuing an education in New York. Eventually, Jes returned to Orlando to help his father and, ultimately, to take over the studio. He renamed the business J. Bauman Salon, but he preserved the family tradition of expanding the customer base, one expertly cut head of hair at a time.
To date, Jes has accrued more than 20 years of experience and has built up a talented stable of more than 20 stylists. His team constantly snips, colors, and extends hair at 17 stations spread throughout the now-upscale salon. The decor has matured alongside the business. It blends dark hardwood floors with high ceilings fitted with bright, recessed bulbs, which are ideal for helping stylists focus on their work rather than those mysterious shadows looming in the corner.