A bad hair day, like your wisdom teeth sprouting, is inevitable and equally painful. Fedoras, lamp shades and brown paper bags have all been strategically used to hide messy manes and some swear by gel and origami-type plaits in an attempt to tame their tresses. If this sounds all too familiar, today’s Groupon of a Paul Mitchell Hair Tint and Paul Mitchell Wild Ginger treatment at Yemaya Spa & Hair for R280 is perfect for you.
Yemaya Spa & Hair, named after the African goddess of the ocean, is aptly situated in the picturesque seaside suburb of Mouille Point. No electronically made sea-sounds here, as the waves you hear crashing on the shore are au naturel. The friendly stylists guarantee to give you an unforgettable holistic experience from the second you step into this top of the range spa and hair salon. Yemaya Spa & Hair combines traditional and modern therapies and treatments allowing you to instantly de-stress. You will soon forget about the funny looks you got in the bank queue or the time the snooty HR lady came over to your desk and pointed out the similarity between your hair and a meme of an orang-utan wearing a fedora.
Sit down and go to your happy place while the professional hair-healers at Yemaya Spa & Hair apply renowned products from the Paul Mitchell range with The Paul Mitchell Hair Tint, which will give your hair a boost of colour that will rival any Warhol Pop art print. The aromatic and healing properties of ginger will gently revitalise your locks with the Paul Mitchell Wild Ginger Treatment, bound to turn you into the face that launched a thousand (spice) ships.
When the professionals at Yemaya Spa and Hair are done, you’ll vow to banish all hats and paper bags to the place where hats and paper bags go to die and show off your new crowning glory with a pride reserved for peacocks and British football fans. All you’ll need is a wind-machine and some dry-ice and you’re good to go.
Hairy fact: In ancient Khoi San mythology, the Milky Way is believed to be made of flowing strands of grey hair. The Shaman would throw bones and pieces of wood on the ground to determine the Milky Way’s mood. If it was happy the Khoi San would receive mixed tapes of Calypso music, if not they would have to dodge gigantic falling coconuts.