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Suay Hair and Beauty Salon is situated on Upper Charles Street, Castlebar, Co. Mayo and run by the highly admired Mary Gannon.
Hair colour is one of the most exciting and versatile fashion accessories ensuring you look your best and can compete with the ever-changing trends. We at Barry’s Hair & Beauty Studio want you look and feel amazing with our ever-popular colour yourself beautiful promotion returning this November from the 11th November running until the 16th November in both the hair studio and the beauty rooms. Whether you are looking to cover grey hair, get the latest fashion hair colour, have a full head of sun-kissed highlights or correct hair colour problems, we are offering €25 off all highlights and €15 off all colour with any cutting or blow-dry service, finish off your beautiful colour with €10 off all shellac nails.
It's U Hair Salon - located on Main Street in Castlebar - will mark a milestone 21 years of providing an array of hair services to the public in July.
It is said that the first noticeable part of a woman’s beauty is her hair and that sets the tone for her entire look. For a man, a haircut is believed to say a lot about his personality. There are lots of opinions on the subject but one aspect of hairstyles that is universally agreed by man, woman, and child is that we want the best-trained hairdresser or barber to carry out the job on our hair, and Celtic Hair College is one of the best institutions in Galway for budding hopefuls to start their journey in the craft of barbering and hairdressing.
Healthy shiny hair is not only beautiful and desirable, it can also be a reflection of inner health and adequate nutrient intake.
Ten years of doing the business of hair, Yourells Hair Group now with three locations in Galway on Eyre Street, in Moycullen and in Oranmore are really only getting started!
With a flare and passion for hairdressing that is almost as impressive as the hairstyles that he crafts for clients, Max Kinsella has recently opened the doors of his salon, MK HAIR, to the public.
Facials, massages and pedicures are no longer the exclusive realm of Irish women - Irish men are increasingly driving growth in the nation’s hair and beauty sector, according to Jobs.ie.
Salons and businesses across Ireland have been selected by members of the public to compete for an award at this year’s Irish Hair and Beauty Awards.
Almost half of Irish women spend an average of 4.3 days a year blow-drying their hair.