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Adagio rolls out the red carpet

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From page B12 | November 15, 2013 | Leave Comment

Adagio For Hair, 4356 Town Center Blvd. in El Dorado Hills, is rolling out the red carpet for its grand opening on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15 and 16 from 6-9 p.m.

This two-day event will include free product samples, prizes, a red carpet model presentation and complimentary services by stylists.

The red carpet model presentation will showcase Adagio’s talented team of stylist’s presenting holiday hair and fashion.

There will be champagne toasts, wine tasting and food.

Adagio is helping to support the community by collecting donations for the El Dorado Food Bank. For every canned good or food item donated, participants will receive one raffle ticket to win baskets of products.

From 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 Adagio will be offering complimentary services by stylists, an esthetician and massage therapist. These services are by appointment only.

Complimentary services include Kerastase deep conditioning treatments, express blowouts, Do Terra scalp massage and treatment, chair massage, brow waxing and Lollia hand massages.

Each client can choose two services for free.

Adagio is also offering a buy one, get one deal when a new client and an existing client book Kerastase treatments together at the same time. This offer expires Nov. 30 and appointment space for these complimentary services is limited so call ahead.

Adagio is a full-service hair salon focusing on pampered indulgence and customer service exhibited in special features like a beverage bar including wine, gourmet tea and coffee, flavored waters while you wait and a “lather lounge” or private shampoo room with aromatherapy, spa music, and heated or cold neck wraps.

Clients can come in for a scalp massage or just to have their hair brushed. It’s a mini spa day.

Adagio opened on Aug. 1 and offers all the latest techniques including hair extensions, smoothing treatments, Keratin and Brazilian blow out, aromatherapy scalp massages and exceptional color services.

Adagio stylists proudly use an exclusive line of products including Kerastase, Davines directly from Italy, Do Terra, Eufora, Redken and Lollia, which are also available for purchase.

“We welcome everyone to visit Adagio For Hair. We pride ourselves on a clean, warm and welcoming salon and hope our clients enjoy the pampering experience they will receive. We even supply the very same tools our stylists use on our clients to recreate the same look for themselves at home,” said owners Donna Huston and Denise Avallone.

Adagio stylists are passionate, experienced, on the cutting edge and are always looking to expand their client base.

Adagio invites everyone to come in, sip a glass of wine, and have a free 15-20 minute consultation free of charge or to just observe.

For more information about Adagio For Hair visit adagioforhair.com or call 916-939-6604.

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