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'Steven and Laurent Hairdressers' is one of the best salons in North Devon providing great hair products for the whole family.

How can you tell? Because it's a Kérastase Paris Salon.


Shu Uemura Art of Hair

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Pioneering through the world of beauty Shu Uermura was founded and named after a legendary Japanese make up artist who strived to break the boundaries in beauty creation.

The Art Of Hair range brings you professionally developed products designed to style and treat your hair for salon worthy results.

The ultimate in avant-garde luxury, Shu Uemura art of hair fuses unique natural ingredients with trailblazing science, and the experience of the world’s most inspired hairstylists, to offer women and men everywhere the absolute artistry of beautiful hair.

Hair is integral to our self beauty. It’s why, in 2007, Shu Uemura extended its legacy of

innovation in skincare and make-up to create Shu Uemura art of hair. Edgy, luxurious and highly effective: the brand immediately resonated with the world’s arty fashionistas. Its unmistakable Tokyo flair mixing modern style with timeless know how to create looks that are innocent yet sexy, artistic yet wearable.

For over 10 years, the brand has continued to break new ground in customized hair care. Building on its expertise in nourishing and protecting natural oils to create the bestselling Essence Absolue range in 2009, and in 2011, iconic Cleansing Oil shampoos and conditioners. Elevating the art of hair styling, 2012 saw the creation of instant Volume Maker and in 2014, Wonder Worker Air Dry/Blow Dry Perfector.

Inspirations continue through the Shu Uemura art factory. From rising talents in street art to internationally renowned Kawai artists, such as Takashi Murakami, the factory provides a unique platform for collaboration. Every year, the results can be seen in new, limited-edition “art” packaging available to women throughout the world.

 

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Opening Hours

Monday
9am – 6pm

Tuesday - Friday
9am - 9pm
Saturday
9
am – 6pm

Sunday
10am – 3pm

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