LONG, STRAIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL HAIR: Join the revolution at The Dean of Hair!
I usually have quiet unmanageable and unruly hair, making it very difficult to style. Even after time consuming treatments and expensive products, it will not hold the sleek appearance that I desired. It was a source of great frustration to me.
Things can change as I experienced at The Dean of Hair and Beauty, situated at 33 Third Avenue in Newton Park, by having a Wella straighten treatment with flexi-protected technology which delivers a long lasting straightening effect.
Upon my arrival at The Dean of Hair and Beauty, I was warmly welcomed and seated by Dean’s junior stylist, Pumzie. I was offered an outstanding cup of coffee by Babes whilst I waited for my date with style.
What immediately stood out was the professionalism of the salon staff as well as the simple, relaxing and minimalist layout of the salon. The black and white walls, silver finishes and a magnificent black chandelier are the key décor features. I automatically felt relaxed and in good friendly company.
Added to the enjoyment of my visit was the clean and cosy environment. Not to forget the state of art equipment within the salon.
I have found my new brand of products that so agrees with my hair. I would highly recommend SP (System Professionals) a luxurious, affordable and high end range by Wella.
As such, a big thank you then to Dean and his staff for my fabulous, silky and shiny hair. It is now smooth, soft, shiny and straight, more manageable and I’m much happier.
“The mark of a great hairdo is a manageable style suits your lifestyle, looks and personality. Over the years in the industry I have tried to offer this winning combination to my new and long standing clientele,” said Dean.
For hair that you can fall in love with again, visit The Dean of Hair at 33 Third Avenue in Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, or contact them on 041 365 4181.
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