Welcome to our complete mobile styling service for weddings. We specialise in three fields; beautiful hair, stunning makeup and gorgeous wedding flowers. Our brides love receiving their bouquets when we arrive to style hair & makeup! For this reason we attract weddings far and wide and travel interstate regularly (especially QLD) to style remote and island weddings.
We are a total experience salon. We have a extensive range of hair and body treatments and services including botox injections and dermal filleres, Overlooking the serene terrigal beach....Our stylists and therapists are trained in up to date fashions and techniques in every area and taking pride in our high standard of work.
A friendly and welcoming professional hair salon catering for the whole family. Specialising in hair colour correction and precision cutting.
Salon Monde is also always looking for enthusiastic and motivated people to join our fun and out-going team.
Salon Monde has a New Hair Care Range that specializes in Coloured hair called Pureology.
Youll get up to 75 shampoos outer just one bottle
For more information come into the salon or have a look at Pureology website
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