Pay R235 instead of R620 for a wash, blow-dry and half-head of blonding highlights at Zig Zag (save 62%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 62% on a wash, blow-dry and half-head of blonding highlights
  • Lighten up winter-weathered hair
  • Ideal as a gift

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeemable for 3 months
  • Booking essential: 012 347 4407; 083 226 5265
  • Groupon valid from Monday to Thursday, 09:00 to 18:00
  • Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
  • Only issued and valid once deal closes
  • The picture displayed is just a representation
  • Limited number available
  • Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Smiles turn upside down.  Parents cover their children’s eyes.  Angels cry.  That’s when you know your lack of colour is really depressing people. Lighten up your hair’s life – and everybody else’s – with a half head of highlights, a wash, cut and blow-dry at Zig Zag hair salon. 

The stylish and friendly stylists, some internationally accredited, at Zig Zag are trained to take each strand of hair from every head imaginable and make it beautiful.  Whether you’re a bodacious blonde, a stormy redhead or a blatantly bold brunette, everybody needs to change it up once in a while, and with today’s Groupon – this could be your hair’s lucky day. 

Add some platinum streaks to blond that’s turned bland or some caramel flashes to dark that’s gone dreary, and enjoy the scalp-tingling sensation of a special wash, cut and blow dry.  Whether you choose a new style or simply get it trimmed, the stylists at Zig Zag treat every follicle like its famous giving your head five star treatment and an image to be proud of.  Now that your fiercely fashionable mane is as shiny as a Wall Street briefcase, walk down the street and experience so many people flashing you a smile, it feels like you’re being stalked by the paparazzi.      

Hairy story: During the uprising of the Transylvanian village folk, a march to Dracula’s castle was planned in hopes that they would rid their town of his pesky blood-thirsty ways.  They were shocked to discover that Dracula wasn’t in fact drinking the blood but was instead using it to cover up the grey that had started to grow in his once-vibrant red hair.                

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