Pay R299 for a ladies’ full single tone colour, treatment, trim, wash, blow dry, flat iron and 15 minute head massage at Studio 59 (save 56%)
- Save 56% on a ladies’ full single tone colour, treatment, trim, wash, blow dry, flat iron and 15 minute head massage
- Ideal as a gift
- Wella hair products
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential on 021 761 3896 – Groupon valid every day except Wednesday
Cavewomen weren’t lucky enough to have shampoo. Instead, they just had to wake up and hope for a good hair day. Luckily, the modern day woman has access to thousands of shampoos and professional hair care studios who ensure every day is a good hair day. One of these places is Studio 59 Hair and Beauty where you can get a ladies’ single tone full colour, treatment, 15 minute head massage, wash, trim, blow dry and flat iron for R299 – ensuring you really look your best for all the handsome cavemen out there.
For reasons unknown to humans, having your hair washed by someone else always makes it look better. Quite frankly, even if cavewomen pretended to wash each other’s hair, it probably would’ve looked better. The stylists at Studio 59 are happy to do this for you and will even throw in a 15 minute head massage to help remove all the stress of your busy Cape Town life – a real pampering.
Page through some magazines and choose your new hot hair colour while having your locks trimmed. Follow this with a treatment specifically suited to your hair’s needs. Whether you want to walk out a firecracker red, a blonde bombshell or a hazelnut brown beauty. The stylists will ensure they change your hair colour to one that suits you and make you look and feel amazing. After this add some volume with a blow dry to really create luscious locks or get that sleek and straight look with a flat iron.
Hair fact #346: There is a misconception in Ireland that people with ginger hair make their hair more orange by eating carrots. Because of this, most Irish red heads over the age of 14 don’t eat carrots. The syndrome is known as “carrot-top syndrome."
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Studio 5959 Wetton Road, Kenilworth
Cape Town 7708