Show you hair real love with a cut and blow, highlights and moisturising treatment for R346 at Triptik Hair Salon, worth R1115 (save 70%)
Hair is powerful. It’s toppled empires and brought grown men to their knees, enter Helen of Troy and Goliath. Wannabe-shampoo is Kryptonite for hair; it holds back its super-powers and depletes the natural oils and sassiness. Let the Triptik geniuses unlock your hair’s ‘hotness’ factor. For only R364 you can leave with a head of super head-turning power hair that’s dressed to kill.
Triptik stylists are trained masters in the art of hair. They know that hairstyles are not a trend; they’re a lifestyle that requires maintenance. They’ll lighten your locks with highlights, pay special attention to the texture, moisturise it with great care, and look at your personal style when it comes to the snip.
A chic cut will enhance your natural features, combined with half a head of highlights and a classy blow-dry you’re guaranteed to turn other heads green. Nothing says ‘confidence and care’ quite like well-kept tresses.
Hair is an extremely personal thing, and shiny tresses say a lot about your sassy self. Let the Triptik stylists turn your mane into the newest in hair couture. The sidewalk is your runway and uber-feminine girls and boys may start shouting, ‘work it baby, work it’, while clicking the air in a ‘z’ formation. Everyone will notice it honey.
Martin Luther said, ‘The hair is the richest ornament of women’. Even those really busy politician dudes took time away from their complicated duties to admire luscious locks passing their political podiums.
Treat your hair to some super-styling with this Groupon and wash, highlight, cut and blow that birds nest right out of your hair. Please be advised we take no responsibility for the escalation of admirers, or the number of times your telephone digits will be requested.
Hair fact: In the early 1900’s, before doll’s hair became an option, bald American men would go to the nearest string factory and use the off-cuts to make wigs. They soon learned that stringy hair doesn’t pull chicks, so they found themselves harvesting the off-cuts of Buffalo hair. Most of them remained single.