A great haircut can inspire even the most listless and despondent of scalps, much like a papier-mâché crown of Chicken Soup for the Soul essays. Give your head a pick-me-up with today’s Groupon for hair services with stylist Jeremy Johnson at Sheer Couture. Choose between the following options:
- For $27, you get a women's haircut and style (a $55 value).
- For $79, you get a hair package (a $195 total value), which includes the following:
- A haircut and style (a $55 value)
- Partial highlights (an $85 value)
- A Paul Mitchell awapuhi wild ginger KeraTriplex treatment (a $55 value)
Groupon customers also get 15% off Paul Mitchell products purchased on the day of their appointment.
Sheer Couture's lead stylist, Jeremy Johnson, leverages his experience as a former national educator and former platform artist for John Paul Mitchell Systems to render fashionable women’s cuts, styles, highlights, and softening Paul Mitchell awapuhi wild ginger KeraTriplex treatments. Jeremy discusses each client’s past hair experiences, past lives, and expectations in a consultation before snipping the first lock, and explains each step of his service so that customers can recreate looks at home. A haircut and expertly executed coif can invigorate or transform a dilapidated ‘do, and partial highlight foils deliver color-accentuating highlights and protect hair from having its mind read or watched on VHS. The blend of keratin proteins in the KeraTriplex treatment seals hair strands to retain moisture, making hair a soft, high-traffic finger-running zone.
After a stint as a Paul Mitchell educator, Sheer Couture’s head stylist Jeremy is eminently qualified to rework hair into clients’ desired styles and pass on tips for achieving the same look at home. He emphasizes the importance of shampooing and conditioning for achieving a consistent style, with his salon’s comprehensive lather bar working to correct hair ailments such as dryness, brittleness, a build-up of impurities, or fading color. Jeremy and his stylists also update hair with cuts, subtle or eye-catching color treatments, and texturizing perms. They draw artistic inspiration from the salon’s rotating display of paintings, photographs, and four-foot-tall hair sculptures.