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Experienced Stylist joins hairdressers at The Engine Room

Experienced Stylist Leanne Nicholson has joined the talented team of hairdressers at The Engine Room in Hamilton

The Engine Room in Hamilton, New Zealand, has added a new member to its stellar hairdressing team – Leanne Nicholson.

From Matamata, Leanne Nicholson was previously an apprentice at Hairphoria where she studied for three years.

Leanne has five years’ experience in the hairdressing industry and adds to the ever-increasing shared knowledge and techniques that the The Engine Room has to offer clients.

“I love colouring people’s hair and it’s always great to see the end result. Making people feel good about themselves is always good to see,” says Leanne Nicholson.

“The Engine Room is really great to work for. They are friendly and easy going. It was easy to fit in with their natural flow,” says Leanne.

Known in the Waikato for their eco-friendly practices, The Engine Room in Hamilton is renowned for its strong stance of using eco products and providing their clients with great customer service and attention to detail.

The Engine Room is the first choice hairdresser for fashion and health conscious Hamiltonians. The Engine Room is the only place to get your new eco-friendly haircut and colour by professional hair dressers.

Unlike other hairdressers, The Engine Room’s hair oils are based on ‘prickly pear resins’. They are sulphate free, gluten free and paraben free.

They are also fair trade and recyclable as well as preservative, colour and allergen free. The products used by the team at the Engine Room will leave your hair smelling great and soft to touch.

Leanne’s Tip: “Get your hair cut every 4 – 6 weeks and always get you hair coloured professionally.”

Come and see Leanne Nicholson at The Engine Room today!


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