Pay R305 for a cut, blow wave, Brazilian nut treatment and four free Prostyle extensions at Zig Zag (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a cut, blow wave, Brazilian nut treatment and four free Prostyle extensions
- Extensions available in 36 colours, 3 textures and 2 lengths
- More extensions can be purchased
- Groupon redeemable for 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
Old wives’ tales have led many to believe that eating bread crusts will give them curly, bouncy hair. This has lead to masses of half eaten bread loaves being thrown out around the world over the ages. Give the myths and legends a miss and get real bouncy and voluminous hair with today’s Groupon: Pay R305 for a cut and blow wave, Brazilian nut treatment and four free Prostyle Hair Extensions at Zig Zag.
Zig Zag Hair Salon is filled with professional yet friendly stylists who are dying to get their hands on your hair. Their fingers are itching to create a unique look just for you while their scissors are waiting to be inspired by the creative brain of the one holding them, ensuring you walk out the salon looking amazing with a new full head of luscious locks.
Enjoy a pampering hair wash and blow wave to make sure you hair is ready in preparation for the extension application process to follow. Before this begins though, enjoy one of Angel Product’s best nourishing treatments: a Brazilian nut treatment. Then the exciting part begins – the extensions.
You’ll have 36 colours, 3 textures and 2 lengths to choose from for your four free Prostyle extensions. The four extensions are free, gratis, mahala, so have the extensions, don’t have the extensions, eat the extensions, it’s really up to you. If you want to add more extensions then that’s also up to you and if you want luscious locks glowing with colour then you go right ahead. The stylists at Zig Zag have seen it all and will ensure that all see you, no matter what the style.
Hair fact #976: Hairstylists in Cambodia swear by the lute. They believe that by playing different tunes on the lute, you can alter the look of your hair. A slow lyrical piece would create smooth and straight hair while an angry and fast paced piece would create a bad hair day. This is why angry lute music is banned from all the pubs and bars because it gives woman bad hair the next day.