A sleek new ’do adds style while removing split ends, stubborn cowlicks, and rogue velcro sneakers trapped in your hair. Reshape your look with today's Groupon: for $125, you get a Brazilian blowout at Savvy the Beauty Apothecary in Beverly Hills (a $300 value).
The experienced stylists at Savvy the Beauty Apothecary soothe frazzled, frizzy strands of all lengths and thicknesses with Brazilian blowouts amid an airy cosmetic kitchen. To begin, a deft stylist preps locks to walk the straight and narrow with an anti-residue, pro-Afghan-hound shampoo. Protein in the solution fortifies each damaged follicle from root to tip, flattening cuticles under a protective coating while restoring a healthy shine. A flurry of warm blow-driers, hot irons, and tepid British dignitaries perform a preliminary straightening of wool crowns before a one-minute mask seals in the treatment. Following a final rinse and towel dry, nimble fingers detangle tresses with a smoothing serum and then blow-dry fringe into gleaming cascades, which, like sharing a cave with a bear, can remain manageable for up to 12 weeks.
Groupon customers also receive 10% off top-brand beauty supplies at the store on the day of their treatment, excluding Epicuren, Bumble and bumble, and Kérastase products.
Some Brazilian blowout products include the carcinogen formaldehyde, which may cause nosebleeds, headaches, vomiting, and respiratory problems, among other side effects. Learn more about the health risks here.
Savvy the Beauty Apothecary
Savvy the Beauty Apothecary manager Parmiss Akhavan deploys more than a decade of experience as a licensed aesthetician to help customers make selections from the shop's array of beauty-boosting serums. The colorful shelves teem with name-brand beauty products, including hair products from Moroccanoil, age-conquering moisturizers from Jan Marini, and mineral makeup from Jane Iredale. Meanwhile, a squadron of trained stylists snip, highlight, and deep-condition unruly manes during hair services, as well as banishing blemishes, irritation, and rebellious freckle picket lines during custom facials.