Cork Street Hair and Beauty in Dublin 8 serves up the essentials in hairdressing and colouring to help keep your hair looking it's very best.
Based in the Maryland area of Dublin, this female-only salon is absolutely vibing, from it's bold blue walls to its zebra striped chairs, your hair won't be the only photo you'll be Instagramming.
Using premium products from trusted brands such as L'Oreal, Alfaparf and Olaplex, the talented team thrive on executing each style meticulously, with a unique touch and glamorous finish.
If you're one to change your hair with the season, or simply need to refresh your current look, Cork Street Hair and Beauty has you covered.
Blow Salon is inside Dunnes Stores in Dublin centre, located on the ground floor just inside the front door, they cater for all busy women looking for a professional hair or beauty treatment.
With extended opening hours, they are perfect for a pre or post work appointment.
Blow Salons was founded by Noelle McCarthy in 2002 and it was the first salon in Ireland to open 364 days a year, from early morning to late evening. Here they offer an extensive range of services, including a full nail bar, massage, waxing, tinting and eyelash services. Their experienced hairdressers will tailor your cut, colour or blow dry to suit your own unique style.
At Blow they have carefully selected all their products, with every treatment carried out using high-quality products from a well-known brand.
A Patch Test is required 24 hours prior to all lash treatments, tinting and waxing.
Comforts Salon is a specialist hair salon situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre, offering a range of afro hair treatments.
The salon is a hidden gem nestled between Fat Face and Carrolls Irish Gifts on the bustling Henry Street. You'll find specialist services catering for afro hair and sew-in hair extensions. Treat yourself to a hair relaxer, braids in both regular or vibrant colours and hair extensions at Comfort Salon smack bang in Dublin's shopping district.
Since the salon is centrally located it is well connected to transportation, Abbey Street tram stop is only a four-minute walk away and the Tara Street Train Station a ten-minute walk. An ideal salon for those with specific needs for afro hair.
Located on Leeson Street, just off the Grand Parade in Dublin, Blow Salon offer an extensive menu of hair and beauty treatments.
Offering an invigorating Indian head massage, or a full body massage, their highly trained staff are always on hand to help relieve those tight muscles, while their tan and makeup specialists will leave you fresh-faced and glowing. Founded by Noelle McCarthy in 2002, Blow was the first salon in Ireland to offer Sunday opening hours. With extended morning and evening opening hours, if you’re looking for a relaxing evening or a quick beauty pamper, Blow Salon has an extensive menu for you to indulge in.
Ahlam Hair and Beauty is located on Granby Place in the heart of Dublin. They have an extensive menu designed to enhance your well-being and appearance. This includes Afro, European and mixed-race hairdressing, hair removal, nail care, Dermalogica facials and henna designs.
Ahlam opened in 2013 and provides a private and comfortable alternative to the atmosphere you might find at unisex salons. A friendly and knowledgeable beautician will take the time to help you relax and ensure a professional and positive experience.
Francesca's Hair Salon is a hair salon based in Dublin 1, offering a range of Afro hairdressing and hair extensions.
The venue is open six days a week, with late night openings to best accommodate you.