Pay R499 for an Original Brazilian Blow dry worth R3000 at Sunkissed Sisters (save 83%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 83% on an Original Brazilian Blow dry
  • Tames curls, waves and frizz
  • Inoar Professional hair products
  • Safe on coloured and bleached hair

The Fine Print

  • Groupons only redeemable Tue to Sat
  • Bookings essential, ph: 011 483 3340
  • Groupons redeemable up to 6 months
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Very few people like their hair. If it’s straight it should be curly, if it’s curly, straight please. Then there’s wavy who’ll be happy with either one as long as it’s anything but wavy. This Groupon is for all the ladies looking to tame curly, frizzy, wavy, knotted, clotted, everyday-is-a-bad-hair day hair. Get silky smooth hair with the Original Brazillian Blow dry at Sunkissed Sisters for R499.

The Original Brazilian Blow dry uses products from the Inoar Professional range.  It smoothes waves, tames unruly curls, eliminates frizz and makes hair highly flickable and swooshy. The Inoar products contain Argan oil which can only be found in Morocco and is enriched with Keratin and is trusted by silky locked Hollywood stars like Jennifer Lopez, Penelope Cruz and Kate Moss. This quality treatment is safe on coloured and bleached hair and leaves hair soft and manageable for up to 12 weeks, just in time for winter’s frizzy hair weather.

Though not sisters in blood, the Sunkissed Sisters have all the charm and intimacy of a family business. They’re highly skilled in making every guest look as if they could be one of their beautiful sisters and make you feel like part of the family. Under the gentle strong hands of Candice and Shannon, you can be sure to get a top quality feel-good treatment and a salon chat of the highest calibre.

Enjoy 12 weeks of silky smooth hair without ‘did I switch the straightener off?’ moments.

Hairy fact: Arabians believed that ink cures the terrible disease ﻇﻛﻑﻼﻘﻄﺙﺟﻄ ﺖﮠﮧﮛﮀ ﮄﭶﭺﮔﮤﮝﮚ, more commonly known as ‘split ends’. Dames and damsels would dip the ends of their hair in ink to repair the damage and also give hair that grungy look. 

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