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What You'll Get
Every time a new idea crosses the mind, a new hair sprouts as the idea tries to escape the brain and patent itself. Keep thoughts in check with today’s hair-disciplining Groupon to Patrick and Company in Hadley. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a haircut package (up to a $65 value). The package includes:
- Haircut (a $40 value for women; a $25 value for men)
- Shampoo and blow-dry (a $25 value for women; a $15 value for men)
- For $99, you get a keratin smoothing treatment (up to a $275 value).<p>
The experienced stylists at Patrick and Company trim and tame tresses with careful skill and style-enhancing products from DevaCurl and Paul Mitchell. During a haircut for women, men, or sheep overdue for shearing, mane mavens prune unruly strands into fashionable head topiary, deploying trusty blow dryers to craft flattering coifs. Patrick and Company’s expert stylists go easy on heads with DevaCurl’s conditioning shampoos, which nourish strands with moisturizing botanicals, and Paul Mitchell’s Awapuhi products, designed to revitalize frazzled frizz by instilling crucial proteins and performing rousing patriotic production numbers.
The keratin smoothing treatment utilizes a formaldehyde-free formula from Enjoy to condition, relax, and de-frizz scalp-strings for up to four months, helping patrons maintain smooth-looking manes when walking down a windy street or floating to the surface of a lake bearing a magic sword.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Patrick and Company
Patrick Viteri founded his salon in 1984, when both hair bands and the hair of Margaret Thatcher were at the peak of their popularity. Armed with DevaCurl and Paul Mitchell products and years of experience, he and his locally trained team wrangle tresses at New York, Boston, and Toronto hair shows when not cutting hair, coloring it, or serenading clients' wild curls. Sponge-painted walls, reddish-brown brick, and cozy, olive-toned chairs await visitors, who settle onto blond wood perches to receive deep-conditioning treatments in the sun-flooded space.