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26 March 2019 | Posted by Salon Services in Hair

Maria Nila Vegan friendly hair colour

The vegan market is growing day by day, and now more than ever, customers are looking for the vegan friendly alternatives to their favourite hair and beauty products. Read more to find out how Blush & Blow Salon created these looks using vegan friendly brand Maria Nila.

Award winning Salon Blush & Blow in Fulham are big fans of Maria Nila and so are we! Their range of cruelty free and vegan products are packaged up in pretty pastels - perfect for instagram. We took beauty & fashion bloggers Katie Penny & Penny France to Blush & Blow for a vegan hair colour transformation!

Lovely Lavender

Katie started with a silvery white base tone to her hair, Vanessa from Blush & Blow used Maria Nila Lilac Colour Refresh which is a nourishing mask with colour pigments. She left it on the hair for 10 minutes, rinsed, then blow dried and styled in to edgy undone waves.

Pretty Peach

Penny’s came in with beautiful warm blonde locks, to accentuate her brown eyes and warm skin tone, Sara from Blush & Blow used Peach Colour Refresh to add some subtle tones through her hair. She left it on the hair for 15 minutes, rinsed and then blow dried in to big barrel curls.

Maria Nila is 100% vegan friendly and cruelty free, certified by PETA, Leaping Bunny and The Vegan Society. They also climate compensate the packaging of all their products - every time you buy a Maria Nila product, you contribute to the planting of new trees in South America.

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