Exclusive opening offer: Pay R640 for smooth sleek hair with a Brazilian Blowdry at Pulse Salon valued at R1600 (save 60%)
- No frizz hair for up to 3 months
- Makes use of Brazilian Blowdry anti-frizz system
- One of the most natural ways to get smooth hair
- Works on all hair lengths and types
- Available for males and females
- Consultation with therapists
- Bookings must be made in advance
- 1 voucher per person
- Valid for appointments Mon-Sat
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupons only issued once deal has closed
- Groupons can only be redeemed once deal has closed
There is an on-going and unspoken war between girls with curly hair and those with straight sleek hair. When these two forces pass one another you can be sure they are thinking: I want her hair. While there are plenty ways for girls with straight hair to give volume and bounce to their hair, Pulse Salon now gives curly haired girls the chance to get sleek and smooth straight hair for R640.
This battle between curly and straight hair has finally ended with the help of Brazilian Blowdry and the capable and experienced staff at Pulse Salon. Unlike other chemical treatments, the Brazilian Blowdry system is one of the most natural ways to smoothen your hair and can be used on all hair types, long or short. The only requirement is that the hair must be attached to your head as the treatment doesn’t have the same effect on wigs.
A short consultation with one of the therapists at Pulse Salon will help to ascertain exactly which product from the Brazilian Blowdry range your hair requires. This means that both you and your luscious locks will receive the best service and treatment, leaving hair sleeker, softer and shining with brilliance. After the treatment is done, customers will walk out of the salon doors and enjoy a life of less frizz for up to 3 months. A life free of frizz and cow licks. A life where the wind really is a delicious inconvenience to your day as it whips your smooth hair all over the place.
A hair fact: A company in Poland fooled hundreds of women by getting them to believe that they could get straight hair by dialling a special phone number and shouting “prostować włosy” (“straighten my hair” in Polish) into the receiver. The women were fooled into believing that there was a machine on the other end of the receiver that would send straightening sound waves through the line that would straighten their hair.