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Cloud Nine products now available at The Engine Room

Cloud Nine products now available at Hamilton Hairdressers, The Engine Room.

Are you sick of searing heat and frazzled ends from your hair straightener? Hamilton Hairdressers, The Engine Room have the answer with Cloud Nine Hair Straighteners. Cloud Nine have ushered in a new era of healthy, stylish and inspired looks with less heat, more elegance.

“We only use and recommend the best, so we love using Cloud Nine tools on our clients,” says Kaleb Phillipe who is the co-owner of the popular and eco-friendly Hamilton hairdressing salon, The Engine Room.

With its one touch temperature control and ceramic-coated plates which smoothly glide through your hair, your hair is bound to look smoothed and perfect. “The Cloud Nine Irons will leave hair looking healthy, shiny and chic” says Kaleb.

Cloud Nine was established by the former founders of ghd in 2006. Cloud Nine have since created countless ground breaking styling tools. Starting with the Original Cloud Nine Iron, they have continued to innovate, following up with their Award winning The O heated roller system, and more recently, The Wand.

Cloud Nine is endorsed by professional salons and celebrities across Europe, and now you can get it for yourself so you can create any style you imagine.

The Engine Room in Hamilton are a cut above the rest with their wealth of knowledge, strong stance of using quality products and they provide their clients the best service in the Waikato.

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 hairdressers.

The Cloud Nine irons are the ultimate essential tool for anyone’s style-kit, and you can get yours at The Engine Room in Hamilton.


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