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Visiting Moksha Room
The Moksha Room philosophy
We believe caring for the environment is so important, now more than ever. That’s why we use Aveda products, which are manufactured using 100% wind turbine power. Their packaging is 35% post consumer HDPE, and Aveda encourages recycling wherever possible.
The ingredients in the Aveda products are ethically sourced from various indigenous communities around the world and Aveda works hard to support these communities by installing water pumps for them and donating bicycles to help with water transportation.
We also believe that the modern day woman deserves to be nurtured and cared for, as she nurtures and cares for all those around her and commonly forgets to do the same to herself. As the roles of women in society grow and expand, it becomes more and more common for women to overextend themselves and forget to spend valuable time caring for themselves. We know how challenging it can be to find balance in our lifestyles, and often overlook our much needed ‘me-time’.
We have grown our salon with these philosophies driving us, and the environment we have created in the salon is something special that we are incredibly proud of. From the Aveda aromatherapy oils delicately fragrancing the air, and an Aveda comforting tea in hand, we invite our guests to enjoy a complimentary balancing ritual, neck, shoulder and head massage upon arrival, with every salon visit.
Why come see a professional hairdresser
A hairdresser knows how to cut hair. If you’re like most people these days, you’re probably going to some chain salon. Most of the time, you’d walk out of these places with an average haircut. Sometimes, such a haircut would look decent for the first week or so, but then it would grow out into a horrible bowl. The problem is that many of the people who work at salons are not trained hairdresser. They’re cosmetologists. The difference between the two can spell the difference between a good-looking haircut and a great one.
A hairdresser is trained to cut, and colour. Cosmetologists, on the other hand, are trained to use scissors. You won’t meet a hairdresser with skill in other salons these days.
Every time you go to the salon shop, you’ll just feel better. It’s hard to tell what it really is. Perhaps it’s the combination of the smell of hair tonics and the relaxing atmosphere. Salons are places of continuity; they don’t change with the shifts in culture. The places and hairdressers look the same as they did when you got your hair cut. It’s a straightforward experience with none of the accouterments of the modern age.