When Rapunzel’s tower burned down in the summer of ’78, she no longer needed a reason to wear unmanageable, lengthy locks. After years of submitting to excruciating headaches and pains caused by (heavy) people tugging on her tendrils, her first instinct was to sign up for a medieval makeover and chop off the head fur. Follow in Rapunzel’s footsteps and give your head of hair a mini-makeover with today’s Groupon: a full head tint or full head highlights and a wash, cut and blow for R360 with Hair @ London House.
The Hair @ London House stylists are skilled at their profession, welcoming heads of hair both long and short in guise. Succumbing to the charm of these specialists, your hair will be gently forced into submission and ready for a mini-makeover. With their wand-waving manoeuvres, they are able to inject all heads with a unique blend of class, elegance and supermodel-worthy style capable of turning heads involuntarily.
Wrapped in warmth and sophistication, the upscale Sea Point beauty parlour boasts a unique atmosphere that is said to be the envy of every beauty parlour that casts its eyes upon it. Starting with either a full head tint or highlights, the hairdressers will listen to your hairy bits and take their needs into account in the process. After the colour, sit your buttocks down in a comfortable bench at the basin, where the space is too comfortable to describe. With the series of loving caresses between stylists’ hands and head, you’ll be aching for more attention when their hands pull away reluctantly.
However, the attention does not stop there. After relaxing your roots with a soothing wash, a cut and blow dry awaits. Finish off the experience with head swaying motions, making your hair delightfully dance the cha-cha. Rapunzel’s medieval makeover would not have stood a chance against these mavens’ extraordinary abilities.
Hair Fact: Shampoo was first introduced by Sandra Kreep by accident. While working in a candy factory, a batch of lemon-loop lolly mix spilled and drenched her hair. After rinsing and drying, her hair exhibited a lustre unlike any other. The mixture was enhanced and put on the market as a shampoo.