If attempting to colour your hair leads to you covered in dye resembling a swamp creature or your hair looking like an ode to a skunk, you may need help. That’s where today’s Groupon comes in: a professional hair colour at Supercuts for R99.
Supercuts is a smart, upmarket salon that has friendly and professionally trained stylists who know how to transform you from plain to phenomenal in the swift swish of a dye application brush. 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). These stylists are surely experts in their field and will guide you to hair redemption.
Choosing a hair colour is a tedious task with your choice affecting your self-image, the amount of ‘likes’ on your profile picture and even the respect of your cat Carlos. Supercuts boasts a wide variety of hair dye colours to choose from, making your process of elimination a bit tricky; you may end up flipping a coin or having a sudden death round of eenie meenie minie moe. Luckily, with a combined total of 94 years’ experience in the industry amongst the super stylists at Supercuts, you will truly be in capable hands of these style sages with today’s Groupon. Unfortunately this Groupon does not include a blow-dry but can be done on your request and purse strings.
All hair lengths are welcome, from floor sweeping tresses to pixie cuts and everything in-between. Supercuts will colour you to perfection and leave you so impressed you will be clearing your schedule for another colour when the mood strikes. Even Carlos will be pleased with your fabulous new look and he will show his appreciation by not using everything in your house as a scratch post. Grab today’s Groupon for a fresh and vibrant looking you that will turn heads and collect phone numbers wherever you go.
Hair fact: A picture-frame maker in Washington, who was obsessed with dying her hair in the colours of the American flag, jumped the fence at The White House to show the President her hair art. She did not get very far though as she was apprehended by guards within the first five minutes and was swiftly removed from the premises while singing “Star spangled banner”.