If a house divided against itself cannot stand, then suffice to say that hair, the skull and the skin that keeps it together should indulge in regular treatments to ensure good behaviour and keep them in harmony. Keep your head parts happy with today’s Groupon: an Indian head massage and wash, cut and blow wave or flat iron and Schwarzkopf treatment for R160 at Lime Juice.
If you turn your body in the direction of Lime Juice in Ballito, you’ll be in line for the spoils of an indulgent meeting. The beautiful coastal landscape gently thrusts you into a soothing state, leaving heads surrendering their arms in the hopes of being pampered beyond compare. With staff expertly trained in the art of a good “do”, heads and hair at war stand no chance of escaping without at least settling in a truce. Start the sweet-talk session with an Indian head massage, working on both physical and psychological levels and improving the blood flow to the head and neck. The massage increases nutrient distribution and encourages healing throughout your form, making you feel better than when the vending machine gives you two things instead of one.
‘Ooh-ing’ and ‘aah-ing’ from a head touched by magic fingers, the indulgent treatments keep on coming. Whether you’re in for a taming session or just in need of a style injection, the Lime Juice hair mavens will whip your hair into a swoon-worthy piece, using top quality salon products and the invisible forces of awesome. Washing and cutting becomes a sunny summer breeze and your blow is nothing short of elegant. Choosing between a blow wave or flat iron, you decide whether you like your locks bombshell-chic, or sleek and straight as a drop-dead gorgeous Cleopatra. Regardless, with these Lime Juice experts at your side, your hair will be a copycat wig away from fame.
Factilicious Fact: Granny Muffin’s house was originally a brand of shampoo in Western Australia. The most popular variants included blueberry, banana and choc-chip. The line was discontinued after the factory suffered massive mechanical damage due to a misplaced pencil sharpener.