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    How do I make an appointment?

    All appointments can be made by calling us on 021 4905986 or you can email us on We do not take bookings or cancellations through Facebook or Instagram.

    You will be asked to pay a booking fee that will secure the booking. We mostly work on an appointments-only basis and recommend to re book when leaving the salon.

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    What is our cancellation policy?

    We have this policy in place due to a number of missed appointments.

    We appreciate that sometimes you may need to cancel or reschedule your appointment and we kindly request that you provide at least 24 hours’ notice. 48 hours for a Monday appointment. This allows the opportunity for someone else to schedule an appointment. Full terms and conditions on our Cancellation Policy page.

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    Do I have to pay a booking fee?

    If you would like to pre book your appointment then YES, everybody is asked to pay a booking fee. If you book on the day of the appointment, we may not ask you to pay one unless it is a treatment taking an hour or more. We also take voucher numbers in lieu of booking fees, in this case we will need the voucher number.

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    What’s the difference between henna and regular tinting?

    Henna tinting should last longer than regular tint if you follow the aftercare advise. How long is that? It really depends on the individual and what you general routine is. Henna tint is a more natural tint and does not use peroxide to mix the colour.

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    What can I do to make my eyebrow tint last longer?

    Keep them dry for the first 12/24 hours. Don't be tempted to wash (or touch) your brows after tinting .Cleanse around the brow area; this gives the tint more time to settle into the hairs. When you do remove your makeup avoid oil based cleansers.

    Use our Priya brow oil on you brows, available to buy In Store but wait 48 hours as we always apply this to your brows before you leave so no need to re-apply.

    Its always better to go a little darker with the tint in the first place, the colour WILL FADE so going a little darker will then last longer.

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    Can I have treatments if I am pregnant?

    It is really important to let us know in confidence if you are pregnant as there are certain treatments and products not suitable throughout pregnancy. (Henna and lash lift) We are not insured to treat anyone in their first trimester of pregnancy.

    However, after this time we can offer lots of treatments and adapt treatments to suit you and your baby! Pre-natal Reflexology is a lovely pre-natal treatment.


    Why do I need a patch test?

    This is to make sure you don't have a reaction to certain products used. It is required by our insurers that we carry out a test patch for all new clients, even if you have had these treatments in other salons.

    Main treatments that require test patching are brow, eyelash tinting and lash lifting.

    Please allow 24/48 hours after the patch test has been carried out before having one of these treatments. Please let us know if you have an adverse reaction. This could be redness or itching.

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    An oasis in the heart of the city

    15 French Church St,
    Cork City, T12 R704
    021 490 5986

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