Half Head Highlights or Full Head Colour With Cut and Conditioning Treatment for £39 at Aquarius Hair Salon (Up to 60% Off)
- Unisex salon with five star rating from Good Salon Guide
- Hair and beauty therapies
- Rhiwbina location
- Initial consultation included
- Half head of highlights or full head of colour
- Intensive conditioning treatment
- Tailored cut and finish
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Limited Sat and late night Thu and Fri availability. Patch test required 48 hours prior to appointment for colour treatment. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Haircut with artistic director available for £10 supplement. Full head of highlights available for £25 supplement. Highlights for hair longer than shoulder length will incur a £20 surcharge. Original value based on most expensive options. Original values verified 24 July 2012 at 2.20pm.
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Much like a hairdresser, electricians working on skyscrapers know a thing or two about highlights. Reach the height of style with today’s Groupon: £39 for a half head highlights or full head colour with a cut and finish and an intensive conditioning treatment at Aquarius Hair Salon.
Proudly lifting the Welsh Hairdressing Championship in 2006, Aquarius Hair Salon has continued to forge cutting-edge style, earning itself five shining stars from the Good Salon Guide. The salon caters to the beauty needs of both men and gentlewomen with a little branded help from the likes of Minx, Orly, Redken, and ghd. Manicures, waxing, and tanning all make pretty appearances on the beauty menu, as be-pampered bodies are treated within a sharply-styled space.
After an initial consultation, a half head of foil highlights (£50) or full head of colour (£53) are proffered to hairs feeling a distinct lack of lustre. The special strand treatment continues with an intensive conditioning therapy (£12.50) to get locks on top form and out of knots’ way. And finally, a cut and finish (£33) will burnish barnets with newly-shaped ‘dos.