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Hairhouse has more than 110 stores nationwide, featuring a full-service salon and piercing room in almost every store. Hairhouse is also the biggest retailer of leading hair care brands.

With Matrix-partnered hair salons, gentle ear and body piercing and the best brands for sale, Hairhouse is the one-stop shop for hair and beauty. This is a sponsored post.

HAVING pioneered the first uniquely combined expert hair salon and retail experience, Hairhouse has been a part of the Australian beauty culture for more than 25 years.

The multi-award winning, one-stop hair and beauty store combines three elements: a hair salon in almost every store, ear and body piercing at most stores, and a vast range of hair and beauty products in store and online.

The best-selling Halo ‘The Farrah’ is exclusive to Hairhouse. This product boasts the highest number of five-star native reviews on the site.

In the salon, which is officially partnered with leading professional hair care and colour company Matrix, spring cuts and colour are popular, says a Hairhouse spokesperson, with people choosing to go lighter to match the warmer weather, or just having a trim to freshen things up.  

“It’s the perfect time of year for treatments that can hydrate and nourish the hair, refreshing stressed tresses after winter, as a change of season can change the hair,” the spokesperson says. 

As well as its in-store salons, Hairhouse also is the biggest retailer of leading hair care brands including ghd, Kerastase, Matrix, L’Oreal, Biolage, Redken, Olaplex, Moroccanoil, Nak Hair and more.

“People are also loving the DARE temporary hair colours, the Muk curl stick V2.0, and Halo’s Farrah Titanium straightening iron,” the spokesperson says.

“We have a huge range online, and also offer a same-day delivery service for those last-minute beauty emergencies, powered by Doordash”. 

Hairhouse suggests booking piercing appointments to get the perfectly ‘stacked’ ear look.

Hairhouse’s piercing services use low-impact methods and high-quality jewellery, says the spokesperson, catering to first-timers, families and curating multiple piercings.

“It’s all about the beautifully curated ear at the moment, where multiple piercings can be a work of art with sparkles, hoops of all sizes, studs, cuffs and crawlers stacked high. We suggest booking in piercing appointments to get that perfectly ‘stacked’ ear look.”

While it’s a nationally recognised business, with 110 stores nationwide, Hairhouse is a 100 per cent family-owned franchise, which means shoppers are supporting a local business.

Hairhouse also offers virtual consultations, where customers can choose from three options; either a hair care, styling tool or colour consult.

“One of our highly trained stylists will book in a phone or Zoom appointment with you to address all your concerns,” says the spokesperson. 

“We also offer a 10 per cent, unique discount code at the end of the appointment to help you purchase any items.”

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