If your eyes are the windows to your soul, your hair is the tunnel to your mind. Keep your mind-matter from escaping with today's hair-taming Groupon to Soho Salon, located in Pittsford. Choose between the following two options:
- $20 for a haircut (a $45 value)
- $40 for a haircut and color (an $85 value)
A clan of experienced hair technicians at Soho's upscale salon are equipped with the talent to expertly update your 'do. Unlike head-shrinkers, who decrease your brain space and increase your Thetan count, head-shapers are the guerrilla artists of the 21st century, inserting their stunning creations into the everyday world via your newly beautified noggin. One of Soho's skilled stylists will listen intently to your frustrated follicles' wants and needs, collaborating with you to decide what the best option is to complement your visage and your cat-woman work uniform.
If your wavelength of reflected light is looking a bit wobbly, opt for the haircut and color, allowing an expert colorist to bring drama to your mane with a new shade that suits your complexion and lifestyle. Owner Chas Inzinna is the author of the industry reference Hair Color Formula Encyclopedia, so you can be sure that Soho Salon's team of colorists will make your mane more beguiling than a peacock's attention-getting song. After your session at Soho, skull-strings will sing, with refreshed energy, a hypnotic, silky song capable of capturing suitors and stopping Segway traffic.
Valid for new clients only.
The Soho Salon
Housed in the historic Wiltsie & Crump building—originally erected in 1886 to serve as Pittsford's general store—The Soho Salon's warmly lit interior is home to a collective of former salon owners, veteran colorists, and seasoned stylists. The cosmetic doyens flock to the salon for a chance to work with owner Chas Inzinna, the aesthetic engineer who designed the Hair Color Formula Encyclopedia—an essential reference for colorists on how to create more than 70,000 hues. Inside, bright-red mirrors punctuate lush, cream-curtained walls and couches. Golden lamps dangle above the freestanding chairs, where stylists, such as 15-year veteran Orlando de Nobrega, cut, color, and style coifs into busts of Wile E. Coyote.