Introducing Belo Concept, a charming and trendy hair and beauty salon located in the heart of Dublin 2, just a short walk from Tara St Station.
This trendy and welcoming salon can be easily reached by bus or car, with paid parking available at Fleet Street car park, and is just a short walk from College Green. There is also paid street parking along Townsend Street.
With over 20 years of experience, this expert team of therapists has a wealth of knowledge and skill. Offering classic cuts and beautiful balayage your hair is sure to feel nourished and cared for after every visit.
If you're on the hunt for a new hairdresser make sure you try Belo Concept and treat yourself to a silky smooth new mane.
If you’re looking for a fabulous hair salon or to take care of yourself in Dublin’s Northside, then make the A L Beauty Salon & Aesthetic your new go-to venue. It's a new salon in town with many treatments that will have you covered from hair to toes!
Choose from a select range of hairstyling and colouring options, as well as gorgeous mani-pedis, intimate waxing treatments, laser hair removal, fat loss protocols, facial cleansing and well more.
This friendly salon is conveniently located close to bus and tram links. Paid parking is also available at the Cineplex complex on Parnell Street.
Book in and let the wonderful A L Team take great care of you today.
Vi Pessoa Hairstylist, located in the district of Ballybofey in Dublin, is an LGBTQ+ friendly salon specialising in haircuts and hair colouring where all beings are welcome.
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The salon is easily reached by public transport, with bus stops available nearby.
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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