Ladies, get a snazzy new haircut, wash and blow wave for R149 at Palladium Hair (save 50%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 50% on a wash, cut and blow dry
  • Choose from the latest fashion cuts
  • Trendy modern surroundings
  • Highly trained stylists

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
  • Bookings essential
  • Groupon valid and issued once deal closes
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

In the crazy rushed world we live in people are constantly getting in each other’s hair. Wash, cut and blow all those annoying suckers out of your locks and feel like a new person with today’s hair deal at Palladium for R149. Choose from a wide selection of the latest and hottest cuts available off the scissor blades of one of Cape Town’s most exclusive salons.

Palladium is a metallic element on the periodic table with a boiling point of 3140°C. But that’s just a rubbish piece of general knowledge that’s not really interesting at all. More interestingly Palladium is also a sacred object that was believed to have the power to preserve any city that possessed it. Palladium Hair is just that: A sacred place preserving the beauty and style of the mother city.

Set in the Cape Quarter in the heart of Cape Town, Palladium is a reflection of its modern and trendy surroundings. The elegant interior sets a soothing mood for beautifying session and complimentary hand massage whereas the lovely terrace with its magical views is great for showing off your new haircut, indulging in a wine spritzer or a bit of good gossip.  The salon’s highly skilled stylists approach every haircut as a work of art, making Palladium one of the Cape beauty industry’s gems. With a make-me-pretty menu as extensive as the longest hair they’ve styled, Palladium boasts quality treatments to pamper every skin, hair and temperament type from top to toe.   

Hairy fact #125: According to sources, the longest hair ever recorded was found in a plate of spaghetti in a restaurant in Southern Portugal. The hair was 3,52 meters long and had to be surgically removed from Mr Ferdinand Thomas’ stomach. It is still unsure whether the hair came from the cook’s head or leg.

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