Pay R212 for a Kerastase Hair Mask Treatment, professional cut, and blow dry worth R530 at Yemaya Spa and Hair (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a treatment, cut and blow dry
- Extensive styles to choose from
- Professional hairstylists
- Tranquil and relaxing surroundings
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Bookings essential on 021 439 2266
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
You know it’s time for a new look when you hear the words “you haven’t changed a bit” at a school reunion, the waiter says ‘sir, can I top up your glass?’ when you’re a miss or someone ties their dog’s leash around your leg outside the grocery store. Shake things up with a treatment, cut and blow dry for only R212 at Yemaya Spa.
The hair makeover starts with simply letting down your tired hair, giving it a break with a pamperingKerastase Hair Mask treatment. After being lathered up and massaged, it’s up to you to choose a new style for your locks from the extensive range of fringes, crops, cuts and do’s each sexier than the last. Chances are you’ll want them all and the two-styles-half-head idea will sound great in the heat of the moment. Though rest assured, the highly skilled stylist will not let you leave with a style that is anything less than knock-out.
Whether it’s the coming winter, a show on the fashion channel or the new guy with the biceps that’s inspired you to make a change, there’s no better go-to-stylists than the experts at Yemaya. From the minute you step inside the cool confines of Yemaya both muscles and frizz are relaxed by the serene ambiance. Expect chats of the same quality as the hair products, stylists as sharp as their scissors and a cut that’ll even turn the heads of the traffic lights as you make your way home.
Hair fact: In middle ages going to the hair salon was quite the event. Families would gather to watch through salon windows, songs like ah, ah, ah, ah cutting my hair were written and many even had t-shirts printed in support of the person in The Chair. France even had a daily newspaper, The Daily Hairald, announcing all major haircuts to come as well as the results of the previous day’s salon events.