Children feel constant societal pressure to look adorable, which is why they spend so much time crying. Keep ‘em cute with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$39 for one Girls’ Day Out package for two (a $90 value)
- Two hairstylings
- Two manicures
- Two makeup applications
- Time set aside to play dress-up
- One digital photo for the two guests together<p>
$75 for the Girls’ Day Out package above for four (a $180 value)<p>
$85 for one Petite Princess party for 10 (a $175 value)
- 90-minute salon party for up to 10 guests including the birthday child
- Craft activity
- One salon service per guest such as a hairdo, glamour-girl makeup, or a manicure
- Dress-up playtime before a fashion show
- A framed photograph of the birthday party<p>
Packages will be scheduled based on availability and a haircut may be added at the time of booking for an additional cost. Guests may supplement celebrations with their own cakes and snacks. They can also purchase meals onsite, including pizza, fries, and juice boxes.<p>
Services for entertainment purposes only; will not be performed by licensed stylists.
Salon 36 Kids
Children's toys, brightly colored mirrors, and coloring easels delight little ones at Salon 36 Kids, and patient stylists pamper them with kid-centric beauty services. During a first haircut, stylists carefully snip baby and toddler hair, saving a lock for the parents and also providing them with a photo and keepsake certificate afterward. Along with kid cuts, Salon 36's team is well versed in highlighting teens' manes, flatiron straightening, trimming parents’ locks, and dolling up digits with mani-pedis for all ages, which also are featured in the salon's birthday-party packages.
In addition to services tailored to kids, the staff also uses high-quality, kid-friendly beauty products. Fairy Tales products keep bugs at bay with a lice-repellent formulation. The salon also stocks their shelves with eye-catching hair accessories, from barrettes to headbands, as well as specialty toys, including floating bath toys and picture puzzles of Einstein's first mohawk.