Tribe Salons have debuted their fourth space, another salon based on their principles of natural and holistic hair, as constructed in the newly revamped Castle Towers shopping centre. The salon chain prioritises ethical and natural brands, ensuring they have a point of difference in their products used, ritualistic experiences and entire approach to sustainability.

Tribe has partnered with Aveda for ten years, and with both brands focusing on socially responsible and environmentally conscious products and services, it’s no wonder these salons provide a unique and important experience for clients. The salon provides single use towels made from wood chips and soy ink, as well as candles and chakra sprays used, creating an overall sensory experience that goes beyond just service.

This new space allows the salon chain to expand further across Sydney’s North West, with locations in Chatswood, Chastwood Chase and Manly.

“Castle Towers is one of the busiest centres in Sydney. Statistics show huge population growth in the region and this has been supported with the new Sydney Metro which now has a station at Castle Towers. There wasn’t a premium offering in the centre and I felt my brand would be a good fit,” said Luke Smart, the salon brand’s owner and director. “Our exclusive use of environmentally sustainable, socially responsible Aveda products reflects our motivation to care for the world we live in. All of our hair products are essentially damage free, to both our clients and the environment.”

The new salon boasts an intimate team of six, trained to value the salon brand’s core facets of customer service, integrity and hairdressing excellence. From an aesthetic perspective, the salon showcases fresh modern clean lines with curvature walls. As a truly modern space, it offers a self check in functionality, where guests can book and manage their appointments.

Tribe will continue to expand, with a CBD and the opening a new salon space in Circular Quay in September 2020. As environmental consciousness becomes all the more prevalent – as it should be –tribe continues to go from strength to strength. Congratulations on the new salon!

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