A sleek new ’do adds style while removing split ends, stubborn cowlicks, and rogue velcro sneakers trapped in your hair. Reshape your look with today's Groupon to Jim Ostrosky Salon. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a haircut package (a $55 value). The package includes:
- Aveda scalp massage (a $10 value)
- Haircut with blowout/style (a $45 value)
- For $60, you get a cut-and-color package (up to a $135 value). The package includes:
- Deep-conditioning treatment (a $15 value)
- Haircut and a blowout/style (a $45 value)
- All-over hair color (a $65 value) or partial highlights (a $75 value)
- For $15, you get $30 worth of feather extensions.
Jim Ostrosky Salon's stylists primp, pamper, and ornament noggins with relaxing techniques and contemporary élan. Pluck plumage from an expansive array of grizzly feather extensions, perhaps choosing a set of 6- to 8-inch solid rooster quills ($10 each) interlaced with striped varieties ($15) or invisible but ultrafashionable horse feathers. Longer manes can opt for the jumbo version with 12–16 inches of downy stripes ($25 each). Each feather takes about 10 minutes to apply and lasts through shampooing and styling for up to four months, after which it will migrate from the head for warmer climes. Flightier fashionistas can arrange for a custom-made clip-on extension instead ($20+).
Alternatively, anesthetize nervous locks against the impending shears with a scalp massage performed with calming Aveda products and brief bedtime stories traced across the forehead. Or pair a fresh clip with the intense hydration of a deep-conditioning treatment and a new hue. Color or partial highlights hide grays, add sun-kissed texture, and constitute an effective witness-protection program against vengeful bowler hats. For news and advice from Jim Ostrosky, interested readers can pour over the musings on the blog.
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.