Co Owners and sisters Liz Neeson and Kate deGroot have owned and operated their Coolum hair salon for over 27 years. Coolum is 20 minutes from Noosa to the north, Eumundi to the west and Mooloolaba to the south.
“We have gathered together a highly skilled and experienced team of stylists who are there to inspire YOU. We offer advise on our full range of services for hair and beauty needs.”
Liz and Kate credit the hair and beauty salons success to their high standards, their consistency, attention to detail and a professional team with the ability to Listen to Clients.
Expert hair cutting, hair colouring and foiling. Our expert team of stylists are always keeping up with fashion and industry developments.
Brazilian Keratin Treatment and Goldwell Kerasilk are the most innovative and effective professional smoothing treatment. The minute you leave the salon , you can wash your hair wear a pony tail ,use clips and pins and it will be straighter, smooth frizz free and and extremely radiant.
GREEN RANGE of COLOUR and PRODUCTS using Schwarzkopf Essensity range for colour sensitive clients.
RESTYLES AND MAKEOVERS
Salon Opening Times
Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm.
Saturday 8.30 am to 4 pm.
Thursday late night by appointment.
We have gathered together a highly skilled and experienced team of stylists who are there to inspire YOU. We offer advise on our full range of services for hair and beauty needs.
Liz and Kate credit the salons success to their high standards, our consistency, attention to detail and a professional team being able to Listen to clients.
Our cohesive team provide a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Coolum Sunshine Coast Queensland
Coolum Beach is a popular day trip and holiday destination.
The town is focused around the beach which is patrolled by life savers and offers swimming and surfing, in its day it is known as one of the best breaks in Queensland. Parks, a boardwalk, esplanade shops, and the surf life saver club surround the beach.
It is popular with day trippers from Brisbane and is very popular for tourists visiting the Sunshine Coast. In “An Island Surrounded by Land”, the white settlement of Coolum is described by Windolf and Windolf (2004),as having occurred, unconnected by road to Maroochydore and Noosa.
This gives Coolum, to this day, the friendly feeling of a country town, even though it forms part of an urban strip called the Sunshine Coast. Perhaps the aboriginal history of Coolum endures only in the place names and in the brooding presence of Mount Coolum.
Settlement in the 1950s and 60’s was often by working class Brisbane families who first built holiday cottages. Lifestylers joined the mix in the 1970s. This influx confirmed the tolerant society that Coolum had become. Coolum Beach is still a “live and let live” society, with no identifiable ruling group.
The town always survives. This may be because the sea wind and one of Queensland’s best ocean beaches blows away all cares.