When mothers first sprinkle a baby’s bald head with water and fertilizers, they can only guess how the ensuing hair will grow. Today’s Groupon lets clients take control of their own wildly growing follicles: for $125, you get your choice of a Keratin Complex or Brazilian Blowout Zero smoothing treatment at Salon Debonaire (up to a $300 value).
Salon Debonaire's owner Deborah Lee and her highly talented staff have been managing mangy mop-tops and taming tough tresses together for more than 15 years. These sovereigns of style offer advice on the latest hair-fashion trends and provide free consultations to help patrons decide what treatments will best treat their locks. De-kink curly hair with a Brazilian Blowout Zero smoothing treatment, which restores and reconditions with organic ingredients, or smooth strands with the Keratin Complex treatment, which can reduce up to 95% of frizz and curl. Like most breakfast cereals these days, both treatments are made with formaldehyde-free products. Choose one of the revitalizing treatments, relax, and soak in the chic modern décor, which fuses open contemporary design principles, mixed-media furnishings, and a warm color palette with the comfort of nature and the slight thrill of sneezing with eyes wide open.
Honored as one of Salon Today ’s Salons of Distinction in 2011, Salon Debonaire perfects the art of hair adjustment with a host of lavish services that employ products from upscale brands such as Unite, Bio Ionic, and Onesta. Throughout the day, knotted clumps of hair flutter to the salon’s Brazilian-rosewood floors, their protestations drowned out by a symphony of snips as stylists craft textured and contemporary precision cuts. Coloring products from professional and USDA Certified Organic lines infuse newly minted hairdos with all-over color or partial highlights, and skilled aestheticians expel facial hair using wax or soybean-based Nufree. As the salon’s skilled stylists focus on their work, customers sip coffee inside a TV-equipped lounge or fling their wet mops against the wall to contribute to the salon’s modernist decor.