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Over the last few months, we have found we’ve had more and more clients wanting to know more about the products we are using. The population are becoming more and more aware of what's in their hair colour and how it will affect not only them, but the planet too. We've noticed a huge shift in awareness of what people are using and consuming on a daily basis, whether it's the products we use or the food we consume.

Did you know that the number of vegans in the UK has grown by 360% over the last ten years? We heard only last week that now one in three meals eaten in Britain is meat free. But this isn't just about being vegan. We are having these questions come up more often recently:

1. Does the hair colour you use have high levels of ammonia in?

2. Is the colour you use cruelty-free?

3. Will I see the same high quality results with a cruelty free/vegan range?

After months of searching and researching, we have come into company with Muk Hair UK. Formulated with almost 80% naturally derived ingredients, the products work to condition and nourish the hair, whilst providing unsurpassed shine and longevity. We’ve got in house training with Martyn from Muk at the start of March and cannot wait to introduce the range into the salon. We asked our clients and they listened - we cannot wait to introduce the cruelty free range of hair colour from Muk UK.

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We will be continuing to work with Wella colour and were pleasantly surprised to hear from our sales representative that they do not to test on animals for products that we buy in the UK, however they do on products sold to China, as per Chinese law.

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