Much to the dismay of women everywhere, men are far more likely to notice an unplanned replacement of his rugby team’s fly-half than the loose-forward’s new haircut. Luckily, with today’s Groupon you can pamper yourself with a new do that even the most fashion-backwards of boys would notice and save up to 60% on a wash, cut and blow-dry with optional head-massage and flat-iron at Beaux Chereux.
- Pay R120 for a wash, cut and blow-dry, valued at R240
- Pay R176 to add a fifteen-minute head massage and flat-iron, valued at R440
Highly trained in beautifying bedraggled locks, the expert scissor-superstars at Beaux Chereux know to turn a hair-shaped haystack into a follicular masterpiece. Like any trip to the hairdresser, you’ll start off with a wash that’s more like a head-massage than anything. While you relax into the feeling of soothing fingers on your scalp, you can marvel at the fact that getting your hair washed by a stylist always leaves it about eight times cleaner – or you can just admire the scenery and let your mind wander. Once you’re squeaky clean, decide what sort of style you want you strands snipped into.
Whether you’re just trimming away the split-ends or going for something completely new, the stylists know their way around a pair of scissors and can create a mane-masterpiece on top of your head that no one will want to ruffle. Seeing as not even the most couture coif looks its best when it’s soaked in H20 and hanging limp on top of your head, finish off your styling with a blow-dry to bring it back to life and give it some pizazz. If you choose to add the flat-ironing, that will add some unique flair too.
If you see trip to the hair-dresser and pampering time as being synonymous, turn the experience up to eleven with a fifteen-minute head massage. While the wash you get before your clipping might rank quite high on the feelings that are awesome scale, it’s nothing compared to a head massage that the stylists are actually putting some back into.
Once all is said and done, you’ll be able to hit the streets feeling like a brand new person, with the new do to look the part.Flaxen Fact: An innovative beauty treatment originated in England in the early 1600’s. Golden hair was a much desired quality, and to achieve this yellow colour, women would smear their hair with the oil from a plate of sardines and sit in a dark cupboard for three hours.