Supercuts of Mequon will open on August 3, 2015! Salon Manager and Mequon resident Susan explains, “We have a beautiful new salon in the beautiful new Mequon Town Center. Our salon team is ready to get started!”
Our guests can relax in comfort in clean and comfortable surroundings. Each of our talented, trained and licensed stylists has completed over 2000 hours of training to ensure we can help each guest to achieve a fabulous look at a value price.
As a Grand Opening special, every guest will receive a free regular-size bottle of Paul Mitchell Shampoo or Conditioner with a $15 service purchase. Please see the coupon on Supercuts Mequon page.
Walk-In’s are always welcome. Our new salon will be open Monday through Friday from 9am to 8pm, Saturday from 9am to 6pm and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. There is plenty of free parking.
Mornings can be hectic.
Maybe you’ve got kids at home to get out the door, leaving your get-ready time limited. Or you’re the kind of person who hits snooze … snooze … snooze … until you’ve got barely enough time to pull pants on before heading to work.
These simple hair-do how-to’s will add to your style without taking away from your precious morning time.
Add a little elegance to the low ponytail look. This style uses only a couple bobby pins, and ties your hair into a sleek bun on the back of your neck. Elle offers a four-step tutorial on making a low bun, complete with adding a little volume to boost the look.
Tidy Hair Bow
If you’d prefer to leave your locks loose, this simple trick can at least help to tame some of those flyaway hairs. The tidy hair bow is simply a bow tied around the back of your head using small sections of strands, but boy does it add a bunch of cute to your look. Check out the how-to here.
Fake Bang Top Knot
Bangs are a fun and simple way to really change up your look, but if you’re not ready to commit to a cut this is an easy way to add them to your style without making a permanent change. Pantene has an awesome picture tutorial on creating this ‘banging’ look in 6 quick steps — pun intended.