Pay R349 for a cut, finish and INOA colour worth R850 at Bliss Hair & Skincare (save 59%)
- Save 59% on a cut, finish and colour
- Perfect as a Mother's Day gift
- swish your hair and hips while walking down the street
- Groupon valid for all hair lengths
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only isuued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Only one Groupon per person
- Only one Groupon per visit
- Booking essential: 0415813427
So you woke up this morning and your hair was revolting. Not revolting as in nasty, but revolting as in the French Revolution. You wanted it to stay down but it insisted on standing up and being counted. This is the part where you run screaming to Bliss Hair & Skincare for their impressive cut and finish with INOA permanent colour. For R349 you can give your hair its marching orders, or inject some life and warm colour into it.
There’s nothing quite like a euphoric 10 to15 minute head massage to begin the process of transformation. Bliss’ stylists know their craft and will show your hair exactly who’s boss. They wash, massage, cut, colour and style your long, short or medium locks, and don’t mind you making kissy faces at yourself in their highly sophisticated studio mirrors while they work their magic.
Having won extensive awards, Bliss’ dedicated experts have garnered experience from years in the industry, both locally and internationally. Their continual participation in fashion shows and obsession with the latest trends and treatments ensures that your hair is in the best care. In fact, they’re to blame for most of the hair swishing and sashaying at PE’s promenade.
Bliss uses INOA colours ensuring optimum scalp comfort, respect for hair and 100% white hair coverage. You know, as opposed to gray hair coverage. Either way, Bliss has got you covered from root to tip.
Another reason to give your hair an overhaul: send your ex a, you’re-right-it-wasn’t-this-hot-looking-me-it-was-you, picture.
Hair fact: The first hair salon in Middle America was a strawberry farm where they’d crush the juice, pips and all, into clients hair. Because there was a telephone line buried directly beneath the strawberry field, the more the phone rang the deeper and more vibrant the colour.