Scientists once attempted to genetically engineer perfectly styled hair, but the program resulted in a spate of young Cary Grant lookalikes. Achieve what science couldn’t with today’s Groupon to Salon Rouge. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a conditioning package (a $70 value), which includes the following:
- A haircut and blowout (a $40 value)
- A conditioning treatment (a $30 value)<p>
- For $55, you get a coloring package (up to a $165 value), which includes the following:
- A haircut and blowout (up to a $65 value)
- Any one color treatment (up to an $100 value)<p>
Salon Rouge’s team of expert stylists works within the eclectic, luxurious salon to shear locks into stylish looks. After snipping head gardens into exquisite face frames, stylists customize hair color to clients’ likings and birthstone order. The team can administer a conditioning treatment to smooth and silkify strands, leave no hair uncolored with a single-process dyeing, venerate chosen strands with full-head highlights, or perform a color-treatment service of choice. The hair artists work from a palate of head-polishing products including Bumble and bumble and Oribe.
Salon Rouge merges modern touches with antique tastes; exposed-stone and plush white styling chairs stand out amid opulent classical murals, white pillars holding up mirror frames, and red-velvet upholstered waiting thrones. Chandeliers aplenty illuminate ornate frames and busts found at Paris flea markets or stolen from the jowls of art-thieving wolves, and entire walls drenched in mirrors reflect the lavish atmosphere and newly coiffed ‘dos alike.
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.