Pay R99 for a Kerastase Elixir Ultime hair treatment and blow dry worth R330 at Cutting Edge Hair Design (save 70%)
- Kerastase is an internationally recognised hair brand
- Repairs damaged hair and brings out the natural gloss
- Treatment also suitable for African hair
- Cutting Edge is an award-winning hair salon
- More than 11 years’ experience in the hair industry
- Only one Groupon per person
- Oly redeemabl Monday to Friday
- Booking essential: 012 368 1066/7
- Groupon only redeemable on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
Hair really defines who and what you are. If a lion had no mane, he’d simply be an oversized housecat; if a Rastafarian had smooth hair, he’d be a metro man or a drag queen while someone with frizzy hair might just be mistaken for a tree. Define who you are with today’s deal: A Kerastase Elixir Ultime hair treatment and blow dry at Cutting Edge Hair Design for R99.
The day you decide to redeem this magical Groupon is sure to be a changing day in your life. The hair makeover starts with simply letting down your tired hair. This simple action marks the beginning of a new era for both you and your hair. The Kerastese Elixir Ultime treatment is one of the latest hair products to hit the Pretorian shores, or the shores of the Roodeplaat Dam rather.
The Kerastese treatment restores damaged hair bringing out the natural beauty and shimmer of every strand. The result is glossy locks you can’t stop touching. Almost like an Elixir of life for your hair. While sitting back with your head in the hands of a highly capable hair stylist, you might want to think of a name for this brand new damage-free era, after all you don’t think ‘Renaisance’ just fell out of the sky?
Like the name implies, if it’s a top-notch catwalk look you’re after, Cutting Edge is your go-to salon. As a Cube Design award winning salon that’s also been awarded Best Retail Salon, there’s really no better place to ‘find yourself’ than at Cutting Edge. For the past eleven years this trendy and established salon has been beautifying, restoring, recreating and glamourising Pretorian heads into masterful works of art. And today is the day they add you to their wall of fame, or tame.
Hair fact: A hair of a Vietnamese chef is believed to bring great misfortune to the person who finds it in his food. Many have died after finding one of these fatal hairs in their food, often just out of pure outrage or shock. This is also where the expression ‘his life is hanging by the slightly damaged hair of a Vietnamese man’ comes from.