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What You'll Get
Like the ocean, hair can be smooth one day, wavy the next, and sometimes needs to be cleansed of its oily surface. Get your unfathomable tresses under control with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$59 for a two-month membership to the blowout club (a $120 value)
- Two 45-minute shampoo, deep-conditioning treatments, and blowouts a month
- 10% off products<p>
$99 for a Brazilian gloss treatment (a $250 value) * Includes dry haircut * Smoothens hair and increases shine for up to 12 weeks<p>
Some hair-straightening products that claim to be formaldehyde-free include aldehyde compounds, which are similar to the carcinogen formaldehyde. Side effects may include nosebleeds, headaches, vomiting, and respiratory problems, among others. Learn more about the health risks here.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Salon Kai
After being laid off from their jobs in real estate, Zeke Martinez and his wife Bernadette Martinez sought a way to stand out amid Tucson's crowded salon scene. When Bernadette began attending the Aveda Institute, she turned to her husband and said, "Let's just do it." Salon Kai, their marine-themed brainchild, stands out by using vegan and organic Unite Eurotherapy hair care products to beautify and style hair. "[We're the] only salon in Tucson that's creating hair and makeup using natural products," Zeke says. Their proactively green business ethic extends even to refreshments. Complimentary fruit-infused water comes to clients and stylists in reusable glasses, which are sanitized on-site, dried with quick-drying microfiber towels, and buffed by a blindfolded shoe polisher.
Zeke and Bernadette's team of bilingual stylists tend to strands amid an ocean-themed ambiance. "Kai," the Hawaiian word for ocean, was the guiding principle for the salon's décor, which includes bright cerulean walls and white ornate mirrors, whose filigree evokes swirls of a cresting wave's sea foam.