What You'll Get
If hair could talk, it would have a mouth, transforming stylish head wraps into cruel mufflers and skinny headbands into orthodontia. Today's Groupon gives hair a voice without the expensive dental upkeep at Salon Rouge. For $45, new customers can get a haircut and choice of coloring service, up to a $165 value depending on the stylist. Cultivate your follicle garden with a new shape and either a dash of highlights, full color, or a color gloss.
Getting a haircut is the best way to implement the slew of winsome retorts you've planned for when people ask you if you got your hair cut. Salon Rouge is a Parisian-tinged salon supported by pillars, murals, and seductive lighting to inspire stunning hair fashion. The salon's expert snippers and stylists use high-quality products from Antica Farmacista, Bumble and bumble, Phyto, and more to customize attractive looks for all head-canvases. Begin your day of hair with a new haircut that reshapes your dome's disposition before augmenting your renovation with one of three color services. Alter the color relationship between your head and your wardrobe with either full or partial highlights, a color-popping color gloss, or a semi-permanent coloring that encourages friends and fans to fix the color settings on their television sets. All pricing is stylist-dependent, but you are free to make your appointment with any of them—Richard, Angela, or Nell.
If people can customize their wrists with bangles and their cheeks with scruff and blush, their hair ought to have the same transformative possibilities. Tend your tendrils with the loving affection any hairmaster would afford their locks after enduring a January of itchy alpaca hats.
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- Stylist Richard Staab, formerly of D. Richard salon, and his partner Jeffrey Dunn spent a year transforming the empty basement of a 100-year-old building into their little slice of Paris. Lipstick-red carpet runs down the stairs, and chandeliers light up the marble floors. Ruby tones cover everything, from flocked damask-jacquard wallpaper to dressing room drapes. French antiques mix with mid-century modern for a lively, luxurious place to kill a couple hours sipping a café au lait while the color sets. – Jennifer Blaise Kramer, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine
- i've [sic] been going to [stylist Angela Kreitlow] for cuts and colors (often complicated color) for years….angela's a true talent. she is creative and smart. she understands face shape and color- trust her to give you a flattering and fresh look! – mplsdesigner, Citysearch
- I'm so glad I stumbled upon Salon Rouge!...it's like they understand even what I'm not able to describe, and I completely trust their opinions about which direction to go with my hair. – Ellen, Google Maps
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New customers only. Gratuity not included. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Salon Rouge
Once guests step under the red-and-white striped awning that marks the entrance to Salon Rouge, they're transported to France. The salon's ruby-red entryway leads to a chic space where the glows of chandeliers bounce off marble floors and papered walls. Antique armoire mirrors capture reflections of a mix of Parisian flea-market finds and upscale, modern touches, such as European shampoo bowls.
Veteran salon owner and stylist Richard Staab owned an art deco–styled salon before selling it and moving to the salon’s current location, formerly a century-old condo basement.
Amid this festive backdrop, Staab's team of expert stylists tends to tresses with top-quality products from Oribe, Kevin Murphy, and Savon de Marseille. Additional beauty products line the shelves, such as perfumes from Comme des Garçons, allowing guests to look and smell more authentically French than a Croissan'Wich.