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Whether running from the law or into the arms of a one of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players, it’s a smart plan to have a new haircut and coloring. Today’s Groupon delivers metamorphosis with $140 worth of hair-cutting and coloring services from Pinup Salon for $60.
For a pinup experience that even the most dignified U.N. secretary general would heartily approve, Pinup Salon provides a comfortably intimate environment with stylists trained to listen to the desires of their subjects. The stress of hair remodeling is cut short by Pinup’s one-on-one procedures that consult your visions before committing to a single snip. Your stylist’s experienced eye will offer ideas of its own and get your final take.
Women may shape their darling countenances with a $50 expertly guided haircut, and men may craft their darling mugs with $30 cuts to capture any vintage or modern look they can emulate or conjure up. However, if you give your hair a cut, it’s going to want a coloring. A variety of color treatments are available, from the basic coloring ($65) to partial highlights ($85) to full highlights ($110). Your bold testament to color will stand out from the rest of the crowd's sepia-tone hair.
If you love your new cut but can’t yet commit to a color, Pinup is happy to honor the remaining balance on your Groupon over multiple visits within the next six months. Either way, a cut and color is as sweet as getting two cherry Starbursts in the same wrapper and carries similar bragging rights. Trick people who know what your old head looked like into thinking your new-looking head isn’t the same head, but a completely different head composed of beautifully cut hair and three pounds of facial beeswax.
- If you want to relax during your next treatment, you need to try out Pinup. You get to have the entire salon to yourself which is such a luxury in today's chaotic world! – Jamie, Testimonial
- Jen, the owner, is a great stylist who listens and is amazing. If you have a bad hair day/month or year, go check out Pinup Salon – Kerstin, Citysearch
- After years and years of searching for someone who I can trust with my long locks, Jen has proved to be the most experienced and skilled stylist in Seattle – craearneson, Citysearch
The Not-So-Visible Spectrum
The stylists at Pinup have no shortage of hues-to-choose. In fact, as we learn more about light, physicists are discovering new colors every day. Here are the five most recently discovered colors, and some everyday places you might encounter them:
- Smirnish: A sumptuous, barky sort of color, smirnish is a sort of violet yellow, observable in fong beans and creddlers.
- Mappo: Bright and branny, this color is perfect for anniversary decorations or interior fruit bruises.
- Limpkin: A kind of pasta-y, ulterior beige, limpkin is wildly popular in gender-neutral nurseries and often spontaneously generated on the underside of frightened chameleons.
- Tapersnackle: A filthy, awful color. Forget we mentioned it.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 19, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Only valid toward cut and color services. New clients only. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appt only. May use over multiple visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pinup Salon
Vintage pinup girls keep watch over the transformations that take place inside Pinup Salon, where tiny clouds of hair spray and the hum of hair dryers surround guests in a cozy space. The framed pictures—clinging to walls and resting on top of hairstylists’ workstations—and vintage shots of James Dean serve as creative inspiration for the stylists. Aside from re-creating the pinup hairdos made popular in the 1940s and 1950s, the stylists craft classic and modern ’dos with trendy ombre locks, using such hues as cobalt blue, hot pink, and clear.