Fairy tales spread the misconception that hair can be tamed with a fork, to hoist charismatic princes up towers and be coiffed into glamorous up do’s by church mice and forest critters. In reality all this results in is bent forks, sore scalps and infestation. Hair can be made magical with a full tint or colour, half-head highlights, treatment, cut and blow wave at the hands of a Cha’Bon hairstylist for R425.
Cha’Bon’s colour alchemists can blend colour so intense that it will put prince charming’s teeth look pale in comparison. Not only does the end result of the colour and highlight service leaves one with locks that dazzle, but because the colour is intuitively and skilfully mixed by Cha’Bon’s hairstylists the end result is personalised and unique.
Brewed by the Californian wizhairds, KMS’s hair treatment makes use of IOPS and BLIMEY technology, to enrich it’s treating products. While no one has been able to discover the un-acronym of BLIMEY, IOPS un-acronymized means: Inside Out Perfecting System. In short, the IOPS will deposit all those hair enhancing nutrients deep into the abysses of the hair. The end result? Hair so vivacious, you’ll run cracks into your glass slippers sprinting away from the hordes of mesmerized admirers.
Now, the only thing standing in the way of a total pauper to princess transformation is a cut and a blow wave. Cha’Bon’s hairy-godmothers (except they’re not actually hairy) will whittle away all those unwanted split ends and carve a new style that might become the next ‘pixie crop,’ or the next ‘beehive.’
The blow wave is the last swish of the magic hairbrush leaving in its wake: nothing but sheer, soft and shimmering tresses. Cha’Bon encourages it’s stylists to dress to express. These friendly and creative hair-transformers take pride in turning your hair into a true expression of one’s individuality. This is why they are always so friendly and why they always deliver such terrific service.
The Bali chapter of the Society for the Hindrance of Unkindness to Butterflies has banned the use of regular nets, when participating in butterfly hunting. Instead, butterfly bounty hunters have to make use of nets woven out of kitten hair. Needless to say the Organization for the Avoidance of Kitten Meanness is really upset about this.