When you’re having what the fashion police classify as a ‘bad hair day’, your day might as well be spent hiding under a pillow. Besides the glossy haired fembots taunting you through the TV and pets giving you that classic look of horror when you enter the room; people treat you as if you have a contagious bug or a massive piece of spinach planted between your teeth. Beat the bad hair day and show your inner shine with today’s Groupon: Pay R40 for a wash and cut or R60 for two washes and cuts or R100 for three washes and cuts at Supercuts.
The first step to getting over a bad hair day is to acknowledge that you have a problem; once you’ve accepted that your hair has taken more of a beating than Rocky, the hard part is over. The next step Groupon has already made for you and that concerns who you will trust to make it beautiful again.
Supercuts are a smart, upmarket salon with friendly and professionally trained stylists who know just how to transform your follicles from hell-hair to heavenly with the swish of their steady-handed scissors. The salon has been in the industry for the past sixteen years and has been operating from their new premises in Erasmuskloof for the past four. All hairstylists at Supercuts have also served as technical advisors for Chenice Beverly Hills products and are currently all “Colour Experts” for Angel Professional (Paris).
Whether you sport a Rapunzel-esque train of tresses or like to keep it short and simple, the stylists at Supercuts will lather, rinse and renovate your maimed mane until it glimmers like a magpie’s stash of stolen sparklies. Buy one Groupon and enjoy a once-off cut and wash or buy two or three Groupons and enjoy the same deal once a month for either two months or three months – a treat for any melancholy mane and its weary owner.Hairendous fact: The strangest hair salon existing at the moment is called The Beer Stain. Founded in South Central, the salon is a cross between a salon and a bar. It’s a very popular salon, with people from all over America coming in to enjoy a moisturising beer treatment and a tipple.