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Hamilton Hairdressers The Engine Room hosts V.I.P cocktails

Hamilton Hairdressers, The Engine Room was the place to be last Friday with their exclusive V.I.P cocktail event

To celebrate their new location on Alexandra Street, The Engine Room was host to a bevy of local businesses and a who’s who of the Hamilton social scene.

The Engine Room is the first choice hair dresser for fashion forward Hamiltonians.

Karen Dawson from Mediceuticals gave a presentation of their shampoo, scalp treatments which are an advanced anti-thinning hair system to stop hair loss and promote healthy, thicker hair growth.

The Engine Room has a commitment to eco-friendly practices, which can be found in all areas of the salon. All cleaning products used in the salon are from the eco store, even the towels are washed with a natural lavender wash. You can even enjoy your hair cut and colour while sipping on some organic Rocket coffee or herbal teas.

The Engine Room has teamed up with social media specialist Media PA to help them to share their vision of eco and natural hair products within the Waikato.

In attendace at Friday night’s function was Camille Buscomb, who The Engine Room sponsor through social giving. From Hamilton, Camille Buscomb is New Zealand’s leading female middle-distance athlete and is the current champion 3000m title holder in New Zealand and is second currently over 1500 metres. You can keep up with Camille’s progress by visiting her Facebook page,

Also in attendance was Waikato District Health Board Candidate Phyllis Huitema.

Phillip Legg, who is seeking re-election to the Waikato Regional Council, was also at The Engine Room on Friday night.

With their commitment to eco-friendly practices and their on trend cut, colour and styling’s, The Engine Room is fast becoming the only salon in the Waikato to get your get your hair done.

Contact The Engine Room:
85 Alexandra Street, Hamilton 3204
07-839 5000


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