If someone covered you in something resembling liquid-glue, covered you in aerosol and tossed you in wind-machine then complained vociferously when you came out looking less than composed, you’d probably be quite upset. If they repeated this behaviour every day, you’d probably disown them. Is it any wonder then that your hair can sometimes become as unmanageable as a three year old after a sugar binge? Get your tantrum-throwing tresses back under control and save up to 55% and indulge in some hair pampering at Brush Hair Boutique.
A fun and funky salon in in the heart of Honeydew, Brush Hair Boutique is your one-stop shop for mollifying mutinous manes or calming down your once-silken strands when they get themselves in a strop. The perfect local for a bit of mane-maintenance, the salon is not only blessed with highly trained and courteous staff; the atmosphere is so relaxing that even unwanted perms loosen up.
Pay R240 for a cut and blow-wave, moisture and protein treatment, scalp massage (save 50%)
If your special friend has ever asked whether he could use your hair as a rope-ladder or you’re just worried that your locks are so long they’ll start collecting stray squirrels, give tangled tresses the snip. Of course, it’s not just Rapunzellish hair that sometimes needs the interference of a pair of skilled scissors; perhaps it’s just split ends you’re trying to evict. Either way, let the trained stylists spruce up last season’s do with a few well-placed snips. The moisture and protein treatment are designed to suffuse the hair with the health and vitality they talk about in shampoo commercials, adding the hale and hearty bounce that makes over-the-shoulder flicks so eye-catching. It’s almost like the two litres of waters human being’s need to drink a day – but for your hair. Finish off with a blow-wave to turn your curly locks back to their straighter path.
Pay R210 for an Agadir hot oil treatment, blow-wave and scalp massage (save 50%)
Give your hair the island-princess treatment with the miraculous Agadir hot oil treatment. Far more impressive than crying statues or potatoes shaped like Zeus, the oil formerly known as Moroccan Gold combines antioxidants, walnut and almond oil to make sure the treatment adds shine and softness to even the dullest hair. Unlike marinating your hair in olive oil, the treatment is lightweight to ensure your hair doesn’t become heavy and flat.
With your locks feeling supple, silky and shining with a long-lasting sheen, the blow-wave will relax all the kinks; with hair straight, flowing and frizzy-free, you can finally ditch those beanies and let your hair flow au naturel.
Pay R299 for ten highlights or lowlights, cut and blow-wave and moisture and protein treatment (52%)
If your colour is flatter than the Viking’s thought the Earth was, give yourself a tonal overhaul with ten highlights or lowlights. Add a bit of been at the beach lift with golden streaks or tone down bright hair with shades a bit darker. Better than a bottle of conditioner for adding body, the highlights can help your head to turn heads.
R680 for the complete package spread over three visits (55%)
Whether your hair has taken a PHD in Being Unmanageable or you’re just the type who likes to go the whole nine yards, indulge in all the treatments spread over three visits. Keep your hair trimmed and neat in a hip style or just something that keeps it out of your eyes. Ensure that it never lacks hydration and is strong enough to hold up a candy-bar with each strand. The blow-wave ensures that you’re always camera-ready and the scalp massage that comes with every treatment will take you far away from stresses; soothing and skilled fingers running through your hair and melting away your tensions will do that to a person.
Hairifying Fact: The shortest-lived and oddest hair fad of this century enjoyed its brief fame during the early 1960’s and lasted only 2 weeks. Everyone who was anyone followed the trend by styling their hair around strange objects on top of their head, resulting in eccentric beehive-type creations. Some of the most popular additions to the hair where ice-cream vans and a bust of the head and shoulders of a ninja