Wash, Cut and Blow Dry With Choice of Conditioning Treatment for £23 at A&D Beauty Boutique (Up to 69% Off)
- Salon catering for both Afro-Caribbean and European hair
- Gelish, Mizani, ghd, and Goldwell products used
- Wide range of beauty and hair styling options available
- Initial consultation
- Wash and wrap, set, or steam conditioning treatment
- Tailored haircut
- Blow dry finish
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone or email: email@example.com. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Wed-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 10.30am-5.30pm. Session lasts approx. 90 minutes. Original value based on most expensive option. Original values verified 26 March 2012 at 1.36pm.
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Rarely offered in salons, the snarecut is a technique used by frustrated drummers. Enjoy a stage-worthy snip with today’s Groupon: £23 for a cut with choice of conditioning treatment, wash, and blow dry at A&D Beauty Boutique.
Catering for locks from all corners of the globe, the aesthetic wizards at A&D Beauty Boutique keep visitors content using shelves stocked with Gelish, Mizani, and Goldwell products. Cream tones and cosy leather seating await fashion-thinkers, as waxing, tanning, and an array of manicure options satisfy even the most pressing of catwalk desires. The salon also treats strands with perms and bold colour options, utilising time-tested expertise and the help of high tech gadgetry.
Setting eyes on this Clapton styling citadel, customers can rest legs as the team of stylists please with a wash and choice of wash and wrap, wash and set, or steam conditioning treatments. After bonnets have been shined and overly-friendly knots have been separated, the hair stylists will continue with a tailored cut, before concluding the pampering with a blow dry finish .
While not widely reviewed, a couple customers found A&D Beauty Boutique to be a cut above.
Great service in excellent surroundings fresh , clean & bright. And customer care is fantastic. [sic]
– SKARY, GoogleMaps, January 2012