Aldinga Hair Salon Offers Cut, Styling, Foil & Colour Services To Port Willunga

One of Adelaide's leading boutique hair and makeup salons, Spoilt Rotten Hair is now offering its luxury, full-service hair styling and makeup services in the Aldinga and Port Willunga area.

Aldinga, Australia - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Spoilt Rotten Hair is one of Adelaide’s leading full-service hair and makeup salons, located half an hour south of Adelaide in the beautiful coastal area of Aldinga. They specialise in a wide range of hairdressing services which include; women’s, men’s and children’s haircutting, foil highlighting, balayage, PH bonder, ombre hair colour, Keratin treatment, bridal hair, updo’s and party styling.

Spoilt Rotten Hair has recently opened its doors for business in a beautiful, renovated barn on Old Coach Road, with industry-leading business owner, Michelle Wheare bringing her decades of award-winning experience back home to where she grew up in the Port Noarlunga area.

More information about Spoilt Rotten Hair’s experience, wedding and school formal services, and photo gallery can be found on their website: www.spoiltrottenhair.com.au.

The Spoilt Rotten Hair team said in a recent interview: “We have always loved the culture of Aldinga and its great country charm. After eighteen months of searching for the right space to open Spoilt Rotten Hair, the old barn was a perfect discovery. Keeping with the history of the barn’s solid stone walls and iron fencing, we have designed a laidback and luxurious space to sit and relax. Enjoy sitting in our garden, drink ice tea and get lost in a great magazine, while breathing in the fresh air and listening to the birds chirping in the trees.”

“We are so fortunate to be located in the breathtaking McLaren Vale and South Coast winery region; our wedding hair and makeup services can be provided at our salon, your home or wedding destination.”

The boutique salon was designed with a strong goal in mind; to pride itself as much on its modest and welcoming vibe as it does on its impeccable service. Within their elegantly designed interior, it’s obvious that every client is treated like they are part of the family.

More information on Spoilt Rotten Hair can be found at their website: www.spoiltrottenhair.com.au.

Contact Info:
Name: Michelle Weare
Email: info@spoiltrottenhair.com.au
Organization: Spoilt Rotten Hair
Address: 24a Old Coach Road, Aldinga, South Australia 5173, Australia
Phone: +61-8-7516-5657

For more information, please visit http://www.spoiltrottenhair.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 312873

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