Back to Back Award Winning Salon • Winner of the 2022 - 2023 Health & Beauty Category • North West Country Business Awards

get a haircut & 
save the planet

You may be surprised to learn that the salon industry sends more than 1,500 tons of recyclable aluminium back to landfill each year in Australia and New Zealand alone. That’s one and a half million kilos, about 715 cars, or four jumbo jets!

Unfortunately aluminium doesn’t degrade easily, it actually contaminates the soil for 500 years. Add to this the waste of plastics, colour tubes, cut hair and more, and you soon see that beauty at any price is no longer an option.

After joining Sustainable Salons, we are set to change all this.

We now recycle 95% of our waste by using the comprehensive resource recovery program offered by Sustainable Salons. 

Rather than contaminating the waterways, excess chemical waste now go to a chemical recycler to be neutralised into recycled water used in construction and roadworks. Plastics from our packaging are kept in circulation and used for signs, furniture, spec frames and more!

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All our aluminium waste is weighed bagged and sold, giving 100% of proceeds to Kiwi Harvest to feed the hungry. Donating 2000+ meals a month! 

Collected ponytails are redirected to charitable wig-making services and organisations to provide wigs for those suffering from alopecia or cancer, while cut hair is made into Hair Booms used in oil-spill clean-up operations. 

As clients become more aware of the impact products have on the environment, they have also welcomed the opportunity to make a difference!

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“What goes inside the tube is just as important as the colour it creates. The choices we made are PPD free, ammonia free and naturally derived ingredients like Aloe Vera, Honey, Shea Butter and Pomegranate.”

We make every effort to help and protect the environment by utilising packaging that is recyclable or biodegradable. We use only natural ingredients from sustainable and renewable sources, that are harvested in a way that does no harm to the environment at all.