A haircut is like a breakup—it doesn't seem like you need one until someone starts brandishing scissors. Get cut by a professional with today's Groupon: for $50, you get $100 worth of hair services at Salon Aura. This Groupon is good for any combination of hair services but cannot be used for products, nail treatments, skin treatments, or massages.
Amid a modern, open setting illuminated by stage lights and divided by sleek wood, Salon Aura landscapes luxury-starved locks with a lengthy list of hair services ranging from trims and styles to customized coloring. Settle into the black leather of a cushioned chair as seasoned stylists wash away evidence of last night’s whipped cream duel with a basic shampoo and style ($25+) or bang trim ($5+). Women’s haircuts start at $35, kids cuts at $15, and menfolk can shorten their strands with cuts starting at $25. For special occasions, such as weddings and yodeling contests, the salon sculpts head-jungles into artful updos starting at $45. Customers craving color can Technicolor their tresses with the single-process tint ($55+), one-color partial foil ($50+), or the one-color full foil ($70+). Additional colors are available for $10 each. Men’s color treatments start at $45.
In owner Nicole Alner’s 20-plus years of experience, she’s seen hair colors most people don’t even know exist, like natural blonde. Her quest for coif knowledge led her to seek Aloxxi color training in Santa Barbara and Parisian flair at the L’Oréal Expo before finally finding the true hairy grail when she started running her own salon. To ensure the easy availability of tress-taming services, Salon Aura is open six days a week with evening hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Since she started doing hair more than two decades ago, Nichole Allner’s career has taken her places—such as Santa Barbara, where she trained as a color educator, and Paris, where she attended the L’Oréal Expo. Today, as the owner of Salon Aura, she’s curated an experienced staff to help her transform clients’ looks with hair, nail, and skin services, or help them relax with seaweed body wraps in a private room. She’s stocked the styling stations with products from Aquage, Loma, and Surface, and during manicures and pedicures, nail technicians dip into bottles of OPI or CND Shellac polish. Vibrant artwork pops against the styling space’s neutral walls, lit by modern track lighting in a lofted ceiling. Oversize, modern armchairs in the lobby give clients a comfy spot to wait or a space for impromptu rounds of musical chairs.
91% of 182 customers recommend
“Very friendly and educated staff”
“The owner is really nice. Everyone there seemed to be chipper and enjoyed working there; great atmosphere.”
“I went a week or so ago. The nail tech was new at her job and took an extremely long time to do the mani pedi. I noticed that my heels are already rough so I don't...”
“I went a week or so ago. The nail tech was new at her job and took an extremely long time to do the mani pedi. I noticed that my heels are already rough so I don't think she even touched them. She was a very pleasant person and kept the conversation going which is a big plus. I hope she is very successful in her new career.”
639 N 114th St.
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