What You'll Get
The earliest salons were informal gatherings where B-list philosophers gibbered away so they couldn't hear themselves dying of plague. Get an earful of the modern salon’s soothing hair-dryer purrs and scissor chop-chops instead with today's deal: for $25, you get $55 worth of services at Jim Ostrosky Salon in Vestavia Hills.
Jim Ostrosky Salon offers a variety of follicle services to help you update your appearance without restarting your computer. Have your head hairs sudsed, sheared, and shaped by a talented scissor shaman (starting at $40 for women and $20 for men), or spruce up the hue of your 'do with an all-over color (starting at $60 for women). For a sun-kissed shimmer that will make the moon jealous, opt for a partial foil (starting at $65), or bring your noggin a little bit closer to the stars with the volume of an up-do (starting at $40) or perm (starting at $60). If you choose to use this Groupon toward partial thickening and lengthening hair extensions, you will receive 30% off the service plus a free consultation. Jim Ostrosky Salon uses only human hair extensions, and the results can last up to four months.
With a bevy of professional-grade products and experience fixing up the follicles of Miss Teen and Miss USA Alabama winners, the talented team at Jim Ostrosky Salon knows how to make even the drabbest hairdo look good in a bikini and heels. Each customer may purchase up to two Groupons, and can combine them during a single visit for a one-sitting appearance overhaul. Call ahead to schedule your appointment, and let a professional fine-tune your natural tiara.
New clients only.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. May use both in 1 visit. Tax & gratuity not included. New clients only. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jim Ostrosky Salon
Jim Ostrosky, erstwhile fashion consultant for the local Fox affiliate and fashion writer for the Birmingham News, now brings his eye for texture and color to bear on the manes of clients at his intimate home salon. More than three decades in the industry inform his oversight of a team of stylists who wield organic products from Aveda instead of threatening hair into obedience with vats of liquid nitrogen. As they craft new 'dos, the stylists employ advanced techniques such as halo brick and paneling to create highlights. In addition to snipping locks into classic coiffures, the professionals delve into new styles and trends, such as fusion and micro link hair extensions.