Most people believe Bon Bon is the German term for sweets. However, according to research Bon Bon also means “change your hair at will” in Swedish and “sheesh, I look hot” in Yiddish. Change your appearance, boost your self-esteem and feel like a kid with a lollipop with your new haircut for R89 from Bon Bon.
Not only will you walk out with a brand new style, but your hair will be pampered to a thorough wash and conditioning like only an experienced hairstylist can provide. In this case, a highly experienced stylist named Bronwyn Reilly. With her sparkling scissors, sprays and combs she makes creating the perfect style look as easy as taking Bon Bons from a baby. Choose from a wide selection of styles straight off the catwalks of Milan, pages of a glamour magazine or the doll shelf in a toy store and round it off with either a blow dry or a straightening.
Like a caramel truffle, this funky yet cozy little salon oozes charm and sweet personality. Getting your hair cut can be a traumatic experience, especially if you’re seriously attached to your long shiny locks. However, with the help of the relaxed atmosphere, glossy hair posters, the stylist’s trained eye and high quality hair products, you can be sure you’ll walk out looking like a million pounds and a couple of solid investments. Get a style that not only reflects the real you, but also reflects a stunning you in shop windows, sunglasses and car mirrors. Now that’s what they call ‘eye candy’.
“I love to have my hair done by you Bron Bron” Bonnie Kaplan Kaufmann, 6 April 2011
Hair fact: Taiwanese have incredibly strong and straight hair. So strong, that nobody buys shoelaces but uses strands of their hair instead. Shoes are sold without laces so you can decide for yourself what shade goes best with the shoe. Blonde and red is in incredibly high demand, yet very rare, hence this hair needs to be imported from Ireland and Sweden.