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4 days ago
Organic Italian Hairdressing

🌿 Do you live near Dalkey? 🌿

We want you to discover 'Revolutionary Organic Coloring' treatments 💕

Our Hair Technician will use Advanced Technology to customize the right treatment just ... See more

6 days ago

Hello green souls 🌱💚
This is before and after pics
Our plants based colour 100% natural covers the grey in a natural ways😎.
NO AMMONIA 😷 NO PEROXIDE 😉 JUST HOT WATER 💦 PLANTS 🌳 ... See more

6 days ago

🌿 Revolutionary Organic Coloring 🌿

Say goodbye to PPD and Ammonia 👋

Embrace a Healthy, Shiny and Natural Glow ✔️

Would you like to try this look? 💚

6 days ago

🌿 Revolutionary Organic Highlights 🌿

Say goodbye to Peroxide, PPD and Ammonia 👋

Embrace a Healthy, Shiny and Natural Glow ✔️

Would you like to try this look? 💚

1 week ago
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🌺Discover our new VEGAN treatment ANTI-FRIZZ hair🌺

The revolutionary product of capilar treatment based on exclusive intracellular nutrition. Its nanoparticles enter into the hair without the ... See more

1 week ago
Organic Italian Hairdressing

🌿 Do you live near Dalkey? 🌿

To celebrate our organic family reaching 2,000 members, we are teaming up with 'Holistic Haven Dalkey' to giveaway 15 Vouchers! 💝

On your next treatment visit ... See more

1 week ago
Dave

We love it

What makes Oway Hnectar a hair color & treatment in one?

This innovative color line contains botanical sugars from Elderberry, Papamiel, Yerba Mate & Mallow which not only moisturizes the hair, but ... See more

1 week ago

After just one and a half years we have reached 2 thousand Green Souls 🌿

We're so delighted with our continued growing support💕

Thank you, everybody, we're honored and grateful ... See more

1 week ago

😮 Wow look at these Amazing Organic Highlights 😮

This bespoke treatment ⭐️ Energia Vitale ⭐️ is made with raw ingredients in our salon.

First we check your scalp with the ... See more

2 weeks ago
BBC Earth

This is something to look up.
Thanks to my client Sallyann💚🌳🌍

It works like plastic, but it's made from cactus and fish can eat it.

BBC World Service

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