A hairstyle is often the first thing you notice about other people, unless their pupils have little mouths. See a new look with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$35 for a haircut and style (a $40 value) and European laminating conditioning treatment (an $80 value; a $120 total value)
$45 for a haircut and style (a $40 value) and choice of halo highlights (up to 20 foils) or single-process color (up to a $70 value; up to a $110 total value)
$65 for a haircut and style (a $40 value) and choice of full highlights (up to 60 foils) or double-process color (up to a $95 value; up to a $135 total value)
$95 for a Global Keratin treatment (a $250 value)
Each service includes a complimentary consultation and stress-relieving scalp massage. The European laminating conditioning treatment slathers strands with a microfilm protectant that shields hair from damage and boosts volume and shine. Unruly coifs can bask in the Global Keratin treatment, a fortifying protein that makes hair smoother, straighter, and more manageable for up to three months.
Some hair-straightening products that claim to be formaldehyde-free include aldehyde compounds, which are similar to the carcinogen formaldehyde. Side effects may include nosebleeds, headaches, vomiting, and respiratory problems, among others. Learn more about the health risks here.
Panacea Hair Salon and Day Spa
Eyelash extensions. Deep tissue massages. Permanent makeup. At Panacea Hair Salon and Day Spa, no service is too simple or daunting for the skilled staff of stylists and aestheticians. The beauty experts spruce up coiffures, cleanse faces, and wax away unwanted hair as clients lounge in the laidback but sophisticated ambience accented with chandeliers and a two-toned couch that just seems French. After appointments, clients can peruse the boutique for handpicked beauty products by Keune and BINDI skin care.
95% of 283 customers recommend
“Very nice environment, very happy with the massage by Lisa. I will definitely return.”
“Very nice massage!!”
“Great deep tissue massage.”