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  • Salooni is redefining African hair care
  • Salooni is redefining African hair care
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Salooni is redefining African hair care

Salooni is a travelling pop-up salon-cum-cultural hub that’s combating racial prejudice and harmful beauty standards in hair care. By treating black hair as a science and an art, the salon is helping its customers to find beauty routines that feel natural and authentic.

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