What You'll Get
If eyes are the windows to the soul, then unkempt hair is like a curtain blocking your view of passing street parades and sudden meteor showers. Pull back the shades with today’s Groupon to Salon Retro in Royal Oak. Choose from between the following options:
For $15, you get a manicure (an $18 value) and eyebrow wax (a $12 value; a $30 total value).
For $30, you get $60 worth of hair services, valid toward cuts, coloring, highlights, or styling.
Salon Retro’s army of aestheticians and Tigi-trained stylists tend heads and their corresponding bodies with a biosphere of hair and makeup treatments. Eclectic women’s haircuts ($45+) meld modern trends with classic looks, much like a tuxedo shirt. Partial highlights ($50) give the beleaguered sun a well-deserved break, and full color ($55+) spices up a humdrum hairdo routine. Alternately, opt to have the salon’s makeup mavens apply warm wax to de-fuzz eyebrow edges before tickling finger- and toe-tips with vibrant OPI polish during a soothing manicure. Salon Retro’s warehouse-like space cultivates a laid-back, rocker vibe with displays of colorful local art, guitar-shaped racks of shampoo, and blow-dryers that play “Welcome to the Jungle” when set on high heat.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New customers only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Salon Retro
Before he opened Salon Retro, Tony Shkreli mastered advanced cutting techniques at TIGI Academies in New York, Detroit, and Toledo. Today, he's joined by fellow TIGI-educated stylist Kim and stylist and manicurist Danielle as he fuses new trends with iconic styles using a full line of TIGI products–-when he's not busy working as an educator for the company, that is. Beyond cutting and coloring strands, Tony's team can add dimension to hair hues with highlights and lowlights or use conditioning treatments to help nourish locks left dry from regular coloring, heat styling, or microwaving. After they've left the styling chair, clients can complement their chic new look by waxing away stubble from their lips, chins and eyebrows or by adopting a piece of artwork from the on-display collection, all of which is created by local artists.