Before the advent of places entirely devoted to hair grooming, hair would be forced to seek the loving touch of dough kneaders and spend its days staring jealously at car mats at the carwash. Luckily those days are gone and your hair can now get attention the easier way with a wash, cut and blow dry at Hair Studio for R99.
Conveniently situated in the leafy suburb of Rondebosch, Hair Studio prides itself on being much more than just a place to have your hair done. The Hair Studio team consists of seven qualified hair stylists that undergo regular in-house as well as outside training. Here, these professional stylists and Hair Studio creator Adiel Adams aim to embody a holistic approach to hair and beauty that is both elegant as well as unpretentious. This flourishing hair haven is successful due to the deep passion its stylists have for hair and beauty. The stylists thrive under the guidance of expert hairstylist Adiel who completed his training locally before traveling to Europe to gain knowledge and experience. He brought home with him the latest trends at the time and opened Hair Studio which continues to keep up with the most current fashions within the ever evolving industry that is hair.
Your Groupon treat consists of a wash, cut and blow at this esteemed hair sanctuary and in the capable hands of the stylists at Hair Studio, you will have your tresses preened and pampered to perfection. Picking the perfect haircut is no easy task; counting on an abacus in the same room as two Woolly Mammoths partaking in a carefree afternoon game of ruggers could be an easier task. Luckily for you, the friendly stylists at Hair Salon will use their expertise, to find the look that suits you. After Hair Studio is done with you, bad hair days will be a thing of the past, like mood rings, jerry-curls and leotards with shuffle socks.
Making your hair feel special at Hair Studio will pay off greatly, making it far more cooperative and manageable so you will no longer have to go through a knockout-round with it before bed or attempt to tame it using a stick and some chocolate.
Hair fact: In the Autumn of 1798 Napoleons troops landed in Egypt. Worried about the appearance of his wig when he came ashore, Napoleon asked his servant to find a special golden comb with a giant seagull emblem on it which was said to have magical hair taming powers.