Get an Inoar Brazilian Blowdry for R600 (worth R1500), or for R900 if done by a senior stylist (worth R1800) at EXO Hair (save up to 60%)
- Save up to 60% on a Brazilian Blowdry
- Luxurious and tranquil surroundings
- Highly skilled specialists
- Using internationally recognised brand Ionar
- Groupon not redeemable on Sundays
- Booking essential: 021 461 7403
- Groupon redeemable for 2 months
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
It is rumoured that teasing, beehives and wide rimmed hats were never really in fashion – it was a lie. The truth is these hideous styles were merely an excuse for people battling with really frizzy and curly hair. Thankfully, these styles can now finally be buried in the past for good with today’s deal: an Inoar Brazilian Blowdry at EXO Hair.
With a flick of the brush, a swish of the smooth-making potion and a healthy dose of an EXO agent’s skill, you will be transformed into a butterfly. Pretty cliché, but very true considering your hair will finally be moving in the wind. In the hands of EXO’s hair maestros, every strand and lock becomes manageable, soft and everything that beehives and teases aren’t. Of course, nothing stops you from teasing it afterwards just to prove a point. However, a session at EXO is not merely a hair straightening opportunity, it’s the chance to connect with your oh-so-pretty queen side and just feel very spoiled.
From the cream couches to the soft lighting, every luxurious angle and corner of EXO Hair is designed to relax and plump up your soul. In fact, the mere tranquil ambience already does half the hair relaxing job. Whether it’s family life, traffic or the fact that you spilled tea all over your laptop that’s got your hair in a tizz, EXO’s stylists will unburden your shoulders and smooth away the tizz. With their friendly smiles and oodles of salon chat experience, feel free to unpack all the troubles in your old kitbag and just enjoy the day at the hair salon.
X-O fact: Ending a letter with x-o’s is an age-old tradition, dating back to the middle ages when ladies didn’t really have a clue on how to apply make-up. Instead of painting their lips all over, lipstick was applied in the shape of a cross, hence the ‘x’. Some think the ‘o’ refers to the endless love sent with the letter, however ‘o’ was really just the ladies’ favourite letter to write.