Choose from Three Options
- $28 for a haircut, style, and moisture treatment (a $65 value)
- $53 for a haircut, style, and moisture treatment with partial highlights or color (a $120 value)
- $110 for an Agave smoothing hair treatment (a $250 value)
One major benefit of a haircut is the removal of split ends. Take a look at Groupon’s overview of an irritating hair condition.
Split Ends: Casualties of High-Impact Hair Care
Trichoptilosis is one diagnosis that will come not from your doctor, but from your stylist. Deriving from the Greek terms for hair and feathers, trichoptilosis literally means a jagged feathering at the end of the hair shaft, and unfortunately, there is no cure—the offending ends must be trimmed. Split ends occur when a strand’s outermost layer, the cuticle, wears away. Composed of dead cells that overlap each other like roof tiles, the cuticle can wither due to stress from coloring chemicals or heat from blow dryers and styling tools. This leaves the inner layer—the cortex—exposed, allowing its spindle-shaped protein fibers to unravel and cause split ends. Though some hair breakage is inevitable, you can prevent split ends and brittle hair by shampooing less often, using protein-enriched conditioners, and taking care to coat hair with a heat-protectant product when using styling tools.
L'Attrait Salon & Spa
The stylists at L'Attrait Salon & Spa don't go into a haircut without first asking a few questions—they consider the client's personality, sense of style, and lifestyle in order to craft a look that's right for them. That way, when they're fashioning a haircut, adding color, or smoothing out hair with keratin treatments, they're doing so with a bigger picture of customizing a look that gels with the client. The same philosophy goes with their other services, too. Aestheticians conduct facials that address each client's skin and work to banish blemishes and coax out a healthy tone. Nail technicians clean and dress nails during treatments that are equally relaxing and physically rewarding, and a licensed massage therapist stands by ready to iron out tense muscles and down-and-out funny bones with deep-tissue and hot-stone bodywork.