For a top-class beauty experience, Youmei on Capel Street have you covered with a selection of classic treatments including cuts, colouring, nails, lash extensions, waxing and more.
Centrally located, just a five-minute walk from the Jervis Centre, Youmei is your go-to for hair and beauty on Dublin's northside. This bright and modern salon is spacious and calm, making it the perfect spot to sit back and relax as you're treated to a well-deserved pampering.
Paid street parking is available at the venue as well as at nearby Cineworld. The salon is wheelchair and pram accessible.
Shaky Jakes is a hidden gem in the heart of Dublin 2, located on Mount Street by Merrion Square. Offering great barbering, hair colouring and hairdressing services you’ll be sure to find all you need in one great spot.
The dedicated team offer attention to detail and with over 17 years of experience, you can rest assured that every treatment will be done to nothing less than the highest standards. The creativity of the team stands out, each treatment is tailored to your needs, look and personal style, no two cuts are the same just like no two clients are.
With plenty of parking available in the local area as well as public transport links you will find the location is easy to reach. The team will be happy to welcome you with a great cup of coffee and have you looking sensational in no time.
Vi Pessoa Hairstylist, located in the district of Temple Bar in Dublin, is an LGBTQ+ friendly salon specialising in haircuts and hair colouring where all beings are welcome.
Nearest public transport:
The salon is easily reached by public transport, with bus stops available nearby and only a 7-minute walk from Trinity tram stop.
Vi is an award-winning hairstylist in Ireland and the UK and has been in the hair industry for over 10 years. They have studied around Europe with some of the biggest names in the hair industry constantly upskilling, learning, and improving their skill set. This is the most important aspect of their career as it allows them to grow personally, as well as a hair artist. Vi is non-binary and uses pronouns they/them/she.
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