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What You'll Get
Having frizzy, unkempt hair can make you appear disoriented and unhinged during job interviews, first dates, and shouting matches with the neighbor's bush. Keep it together with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a Keratin smoothing treatment at Soho Salon in Pittsford (a $199 value).
Led by color artist Chas Inzinna, Soho Salon's coiffure coddlers transform curlicue noodles into sleek, smooth manes with keratin protein treatments. Like a mother pacifying her children by pelting them with pork chops, a talented technician placates disorderly follicles with a hearty helping of protein-rich keratin serum. Each session flat-irons away kinks and leaves locks frizz-free for up to three months. After the treatment, silky-headed clients can revel in reduced drying and maintenance time and increased attention from envious cockatoos. Soho Salon’s team of former salon owners pampers noggins amid an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere, and customers’ horseless buggies can rest comfortably in the free parking lot.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.