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What You'll Get
When a nationally acclaimed troupe of hair-crobats comes to your cottage to whisk you away on their traveling wig wagon, be waiting for them with your follicular A-game with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a shampoo, cut, blowout, and espresso (a $50 value) at SEVEN the Salon, which is currently celebrating its seventh anniversary. Your Groupon is valid at both the salon's downtown or Bellevue locations. This Groupon is only valid with $50-level stylists. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
One of the few local salons with a philosophy other than the Objectivist barbershop Atlas Sheared, SEVEN the Salon is all about providing utterly individual haircuts in an energetic, rejuvenating atmosphere. SEVEN specializes in styling strands to best suit one's individual bone structure (based on seven face shapes) and skin tone. After you receive a lavish shampooing of the strands with one of SEVEN's own sulfate-free products, one of the salon's expert stylists will study the contours of your face—meticulously mapping out its peaks, valleys, and bubbling brooks—before giving your disheveled noodle nest a custom cut and blowout. As your tresses are transformed, sip a complimentary espresso from the intra-salon espresso bar and try not to nod along to the intra-salon DJ as he spins electro-fying beats that take years off one's mental age.
SEVEN is committed to providing its customers with cutting-edge hair-cutting services, and all of its stylists undergo continuous education classes to ensure that their trimming techniques are incomparable. SEVEN's principal educator Graham Breakwell has trimmed the tresses of Paul Newman and Angelica Huston, and helped develop the curriculum at Vidal Sassoon's Advanced Schools in swinging London. Despite the salon's sleek, clubby atmosphere of curvilinear tables, Buddha statues, and earth-toned walls dotted with modern art, customers enter the salon without being forced to contend with any scary-looking bouncers who demand to be hugged while they weep about their lot in life. Anyone with hair, head snakes, or a Chia scalp will feel welcome at SEVEN the Salon.
New clients only.
More than 275 Citysearchers give the Pine Street location of SEVEN the Salon an average of five stars, and more than 100 Yelpers give it a four-star average. Nearly 130 Citysearchers give SEVEN the Salon's Bellevue location a 4.5-star average, while Insider Pagers give an average of four and Yelpers give it a 3.5-star average:
- I'll take it. Coffee, rockin tunes and a new stylist that did an incredible job. My first experience at Seven surpassed expectations. – Chanson, Citysearch
- The salon itself is awesome. In house DJ and espresso bar, love it. The product line is also amazing. – Nicole T., Yelp
- The music is good, the coffee is good, the service is personal and kind, and I'm never made to feel "too frumpy" or "too old" or "just not cool enough"--on the contrary, I leave feeling ten years younger! – SoniaGHM, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New clients only. Valid for $50-level stylists only. Gratuity not included. By appointment only, must mention your Groupon. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About SEVEN Salon
The aroma of percolating coffee drifts from the espresso bar past sleepy-eyed Buddha statues as the in-house DJ spins a never-ending sonic web of music. Though these decadent details lend the sprawling, deep-brown surroundings the chic feel of an art gallery or café, it is SEVEN Salon that calls the space home. Focused on bolstering energy and rejuvenation rather than relaxation, a seasoned crew of stylists bustles about the refined salon throughout the day, drawing on styling skills they learned under the tutelage of Graham Breakwell, former stylist to the likes of Paul McCartney and The Who.