Full Head Colour or T-Section Highlights With Cut and Finish Plus Conditioning Treatment for £24 at Zoë Hair & Beauty (65% Off)

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In a Nutshell

  • Unisex hair and beauty salon 
  • Open until 8pm Wed and Thu 
  • Near Darlington rail station

The Deal

  • Choice of full head of colour or T-section highlights 
  • Conditioning treatment designed to nourish hair 
  • Cut and finish

The Fine Print

Expires 11 July 2012.
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. New clients only. Must be 16 or older. Patch test required 48 hours prior to appointment. Hair past shoulder length incurs £5 surcharge. Original values verified on 28 March 2012 at 5.10pm.

When it comes to choosing a hairdresser, fashion-conscious vegetables know that only a parsnip will cut it. Stew up style with today’s Groupon: £24 for a full head of colour or t-section highlights with cut and finish plus conditioning treatment at Zoë Hair & Beauty.

Placed in Darlington’s town centre, Zoë Hair & Beauty’s multi-talented stylists lend their aesthetic credentials to the barnets and bodies of ladies and gents. From flowing locks to pristine perms, manes are made-over with stylish cuts, lustrous colours, and voluminous blow dries, as well as artfully composed up-dos for special occasions. Open Saturdays and until 8pm Wednesdays and Thursdays, the salon also hosts an array of beauty treatments including holistic therapies, sun-kissed spray tans, manicures and pedicures.

Hair will be brightened by a new hue with either a full head of colour or face-framing T-section highlights, before being coated in a nourishing conditioning treatment. Once shaded and sleek, barnets will be chopped and styled into form with a cut and blow dry.

 

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As well as celebrating the coronation of the Easter Bunny and the annual harvest of hot cross buns, Easter is the time when hens start laying chocolate eggs for no apparent reason. Here's how to put them to good use:

Fun with foil
The most joyous part of eating Easter eggs is the foil, which tastes as shiny as it looks.

Check the brown content
If you find you’ve been given chocolate containing low levels of brown, get it examined by an expert chocolate eater. If they find less than 24 carats – or even worse, actual carrots – then the Easter Bunny has mugged you off and you should bin it immediately.

Enjoy the moment
Easter chocolate feels good: the weight, the texture, how it looks in the sunshine, how nice the fresh air smells, how lovely it would be to go to the park, call some friends, throw a Frisbee, go home, watch TV, go for a night out, have a dance, then return home and fall asleep on your chocolate.

Etiquette
Eating chocolate can get messy. While saving the melted chocolate to peel off later might seem like a good idea, social convention dictates that you wipe it off immediately (unless you’re below the age of four, in which case it’s acceptable to leave it on for some reason).

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