What You'll Get
Over time, hair has been evolutionarily selected to appear higher and higher on the human body, until by the late '50s it had congregated almost entirely on the head. Keep your hair from levitating away altogether with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a hair-services package that includes a Level 1 haircut, shampoo, and style, an Awapuhi Wild Ginger KeraTriplex treatment, and a $10 credit toward a return visit at Salon Rouge (a $95 value). Additionally, the salon is offering 20% off all chemical services done in the same visit as the Groupon redemption.
The stylists at Salon Rouge, a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon, arrange and snip hair into modern takes on classic styles, and were featured in a 2010 Fashion Week San Antonio event (see events schedule). After a Level 1 cut and shampoo ($35), hair-handlers' dexterous fingers organize strands from their primordial disarray into a creative head sculpture that friends will envy and envious art collectors will try to steal in the night ($25). Scalp-weeds are invigorated by the Awapuhi Wild Ginger KeraTriplex treatment ($35), which turns each stringy, weakling hair into a confident colossus. The treatment's proteins bond with thin and broken sections of hair, improving volume, shine, and resistance to fire.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Michele at Red Chair Salon
Michele at Red Chair Salon's trained stylist focuses her talents on developing new styles and trends, which she flaunted in an appearance at 2010 Fashion Week San Antonio. Along with hair-shaping and creative styling for men and women, the stylists swathe noggin strands in a deep-conditioning treatments, turning fragile locks into gleaming ropes capable of supporting princes and concerned fire-safety marshals. Partial highlights add dimension to coiffure, and a toner cancels out yellows, oranges, and other brassy tones that might clash with a passing marching band. Additionally, the stylists add length to locks with extensions, or remove unwanted facial hairs with waxing services.