What You'll Get
Unlike DNA or a propensity to yell at the TV, hair shape and color are traits over which people can assert their control. Dominate follicles with today’s Groupon for hair services at Siggers Hairdressers. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get a cut and blow-dry (an $87 value).
- For $65, you get a cut, color, and blow-dry (a $148 value).
- For $80, you get a cut, highlights, and a blow-dry (a $207 value).
The masterminds behind Siggers—a salon that's nurtured strands since 1961—travel the globe to sponge up knowledge of the latest international styles and hair-care techniques. Master stylists shear follicles to complement each client's unique facial features and lifestyle needs, snipping off split ends and adding layers to enhance volume without a subwoofer. The professionals also know how to determine the most flattering all-over or highlight hues, making each coloring process as stress-free as dyeing Easter eggs while receiving a shoulder massage from a giant rabbit. After color treatments are complete, dryers blow warm kisses at updated noggins, which are sure to turn heads on homeward commutes or in self-produced shampoo commercials.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. New clients only, not valid if used services in past 2 years. Valid for Master Designer Category stylists only. Services are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Siggers Hairdressers
By performing services with skill and finesse, Siggers Hairdressers' trend-wise stylists travel the world to stay up-to-date with fashion capitals’ latest trends and maintain Siggers' Intercoiffure membership for highly prized salons since 1977. When they aren't cutting, tinting, and straightening coifs, the team members sculpt elegant updos for weddings and primp hands and feet with mani-pedis. Siggers also specializes in balayage, a highlighting method that creates more natural-looking sun-kissed streaks. Stylists accomplish this look by painting each highlight by hand, moving from base to tip in a sweeping motion borrowed from Van Gogh's self portraits. Clients longing to boost their beauty quotient further can take makeup lessons with Suni, a makeup artist and educator who has spent 25 years working with celebrities and whose resumé boasts features on commercials, films, magazines, and TV’s Extreme Makeover.