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We Are Moving!

We Are Moving!

Hair@Pringle

Dear clients, after 7 beautiful years I have had the opportunity to meet so many beautiful and loyal people... today I would like to thank you for your loyal support and I appreciate the quality of friendships I have made... thank you.

As from the 1st of October, Hair@Pringle will be moving to new premises and we would appreciate it if you could support us at 493 Peak Road.

We will have the opportunity of offering more than hairstyling so come and have a look at what we have to offer!

Thanking you in anticipation.

Yours faithfully

Salaama

We Are Moving!

Hair@Pringle

Salaama Thomas and Leanna De Kock invite you to, Hair@Pringle, a hair salon in Pringle Bay offering you and your crowning glory, a hairdressing service of the highest standards. Salaama’s make-over menu includes cuts, hair treatments, colour application, colour correction, highlights, perms, styli...

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