Ever feel helpless about the amount of chemicals and waste going into the oceans and landfill? How one industry is making a difference.
Ever wish more industries would do something to help reduce waste and become more sustainable? With the crazy bush fires, floods and droughts our country experiences I think now more than ever we’re looking at sustainable everyday option to help reduce our footprint on this planet.
Which is why this interview excites me so much.
Most women go to the hairdresser every eight to twelve weeks and get a cut, colour and style, which leads to a lot of chemicals, plastic and hair waste going to landfill and our oceans.
When I heard of Lauren from Haize Hair I knew I had to interview her about her 95% sustainable hair salon.
In this interview you’ll discover:
– How you can do good by going to the hairdresser (and looking good).
– The importance of choosing a sustainable hair salon.
– Five areas of sustainability within a hair salon (you won’t believe what they turn your cut off hair into!).
– Why sustainability is so important.
– Two key strategies (mindset and habits) to help manage running a growing business and juggling everything at home.
– Where to go to get your hair done at a Sustainable Hair Salon anywhere in Australia.
– The importance of support businesses or companies doing good.
– Why you don’t have to do everything to change the world, and what you can do instead.
You’ll be inspired to think more sustainably in your own environment, home, or business.
Now we’d love to hear from you. Please share with us below ONE action you’re going to take that’s good for this planet? Let me know in the comments below. Share in as much detail as you can. Your action might inspire others to act also.
To find out more about the work that Lauren and the team do at Haize Hair then go to:
Sustainable Salons: www.sustainablesalons.org
If this episode inspired you, helped you, educated you, or challenged you to think more sustainably then please share it with others (and share it with your hairdresser).
Together, we can make a positive difference in the world, one small step at a time.