Without great hairstylists, Columbus's bangs would have stopped him from spotting America and Plato's perm would have kept anyone from taking him seriously. Ensure your hair is fine-tuned for success with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a haircut (a $25 value) and color (a $40 value) at Street Side Salon (a $65 total value).
Street Side Salon's stylists expertly wrestle heads of hair into submission within the purple walls of an eclectically decorated shop. During the metamorphosis, a style magician molds hairs into perfect form and dyes them to a new hue, using Moroccanoil elixirs to silkify snipped strands and Pureology products to hold newly shorn locks in place. Like a philosophical conversation with a Speak & Spell, the cut and color lasts one to two hours.
Owner and stylist Debe has spent 30 years developing her cutting and coloring skills, honing them to the point of being able to style hair with her mind. Her salon is stocked with a comfy sofa and bright blue coffee table for waiting guests, who can stare in fascination at the camo-green-and-cream checkered floor or trade glances with the wall sconces, which illuminate vanity mirrors to showcase finished hair transformations.
Street Side Salon
Three independent aestheticians at Street Side Salon buff, polish, and style clients’ hair and nails, creating sleek new looks for all who enter. In a station designed to evoke the essence of a mini spa, Jessica uses a decade of nailcare experience to pamper hands and feet. Weary feet can rest in a heated basin, or patrons can sink into an overstuffed chair.
On the other side of the salon, Debe and Linda create face-framing hairstyles. An experienced cosmetologist and hair artist, owner Debe snips and colors strands, infusing them with high-quality products from Moroccanoil, Keratin Complex, and Pureology. Her healthy-hair program leaves manes looking lush, and her eye for style is evidenced by the salon’s overall appearance. Linda expresses her hair expertise by shaping layers and lengths to fit each individual’s face or to match their looks with photos of their pets.