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What You'll Get
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In the winter, the air sucks moisture from your hair and scalp and converts that moisture into snow. Recapture your hair moisture with today's deal to Miracles in the City: $60 gets you a haircut, style, oil treatment, and eyebrow wax or threading (up to a $115 value, new customers only). Perfect before a night on the town, this package includes everything you need to leave the salon perfectly polished and hair-moist.
When you walk into Miracles, you're whisked away to a hair-fantasyland. The Miracles oil treatment (a $60 value) takes brittle, dull strands to a lustrous gloss, strengthens and protects your hair against the weather, and hydrates your scalp to prevent itching and shoulder snowflakes. A highly trained hair stylist can help you figure out the best cut for your face and personal style ($20 for men, $30 for women). If you already know what you're looking for, Miracles' stylists take your vision and transform it beyond your expectations, all the way past someone else's expectations. After your invigorating shampoo and hot new cut, you get a blow dry, optional flat iron (a $10 value), and your choice of an eyebrow wax or threading (a $15 value), so your eyes will pop between the perfectly styled hemispheres of your newly beautiful head.
Conveniently located near the Rosslyn Metro and the Key Bridge in Arlington, Miracles happen Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (call ahead to schedule your appointment). Relax amid the local art that Miracles features while fantasizing about looking perfect for your dinner date with the cast of Jason's Lyric.
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- I had a wonderful experience...Ritu did my eyebrows, and she was wonderful! Very friendly and did a great job. – Erica S., Yelp
- ...the best hair cut ever in my life! I felt like a whole new person that has been waiting to break out with a new fierce style to turn heads. – Alicia S., Yelp
- I've had my hair cut and colored there for more than 10 years and wouldn't consider going anywhere else. – Penny, Citysearch
Your Hair Dreams and What They Mean
Hair is one of the most common dream-symbols, and its appearances in your dreams are often related to your subconscious thoughts and worries. Here are some common hair-dreams and what your mind is really saying:
The Dream: You are bald.
What It Means: You are worried about losing your hair, OR, if you are already bald, you are worried about losing your jet-ski business.
The Dream: You have hair in places it doesn't normally grow.
What It Means: You are worried about the onset of puberty, OR, if you have already gone through puberty, you are worried about the dreaded Double Puberty.
The Dream: Your hair has grown to extraordinary lengths.
What It Means: You are worried about an upcoming haircut, OR, if you're China's Xie Qiuping, you are worried about your jet-ski business.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. New clients only. 1 per person, multiple as gifts. Appointment only. All services must be redeemed in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers or for products. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Miracles in the City
Miracles in the City founder Olympia Hantzopoulos has stayed busy for nearly two decades overseeing a team of hairstylists and developing her own line of styling products. In addition to a whirlwind of activity that results in ombre color, hair gloss, replenished chit-chat reservoirs, and Brazilian keratin smoothing, the space demonstrates Hantzopoulos’s other passion: recognizing the work of female artisans in developing countries. The boutique side of the business sparkles with jewelry such as antique tribal necklaces, hand-blown glass trinkets, and beaded cuff bracelets. The salon also hosts an art gallery with installations that have included children’s art from an Afghani orphanage.