All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
Reviewed April 21, 2014
Reviewed November 8, 2012
Reviewed November 7, 2012
What You'll Get
The voluminous look achieved by blow-dryers has long been popular for hairstyles, which is why models used to prepare for photo shoots by standing in a wind tunnel. Harness a warm breeze with this Groupon.
$22 for a Blowout Haircare Package ($50 Value)
- Classic blowout (a $35 value)
- Hair-therapy treatment (a $15 value)
- Complimentary five-minute scalp massage After a shampoo and hair-healing treatment, stylists use blow-dryers, round brushes, and custom product mixes to sculpt manes into voluminous, wavy red carpet looks or pin-straight, sleek styles.<p>
Primp & Blow: A Blowdry Bar
At the mother-daughter-owned Primp & Blow: A Blowdry Bar, stylists focus on a single goal: speedily making over customers’ hair and makeup in an upscale, scissor-free salon setting. Stylists focus their services around blowouts, mastering the art of transforming wet strands into pin-straight ‘dos, big curls, or the flirtatious “Scottsdale ponytail.” Products from Bumble and Bumble or Moroccanoil seal in styles, which can last for days or until clients attempt to brush their hair with a cotton-candy spinner. Cosmetologists wield equally effective serums from brands such as Rain and La Bella Donna—two lines of organic mineral makeup.
Rather than getting hair styled only alongside a clip or before a fancy occasion, these fashion-forward stylists reason that everyday events call for a polished look, be it a meeting, big date, or highly publicized nap. Primp & Blow has grabbed local buzz from publications such as AZFoothills.com—for which a writer declared, “I tried Primp and Blow for the first time on New Years Eve and was amazed with my look. In with a baseball cap and oversized shades and out looking, and feeling, red carpet ready.” The overwhelming positive reviews helped the owners to open a second location. Both salons reflect the glamorous, everyday kind of luxury the team hopes to deliver, enhancing customer experiences with digital magazines on iPads and the glow of chandeliers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Primp and Blow
At Primp and Blow, stylists have a single goal: speedily making over customers’ hair and makeup in a boutique scissor-free salon. Stylists here have mastered the art of transforming wet strands into pin-straight 'dos or tousled waves. They can also add chic braids to any blowout. In order to ensure styles last for at least a couple days, they spritz hair with Moroccanoil products.
The blow-dry bar's cosmetologists complement newly styled hair with makeup applications that use products from such high-end brands as Shu Uemura and Smashbox. Primp and Blow's beauty experts also lengthen locks with Dreamcatchers hair extensions, and they create face-flattering eyebrow arches with waxing services.