What is the Green Circle?
The green circle means you are on a person's Close Friends list. In other words, only you and a selected group of people can watch the private story posted by the person.
Why should all salons become a green circle salon?
Green Circle is a big part of helping us reach our goal of being a Zero Waste salon. In this day and age, it's not only important to reduce waste, it's imperative we do. It's important to be as sustainable as possible to give back to the earth. ... Clients come find us because of our sustainability.
What does Green Circle salons do with hair?
They transform beauty waste into desirable commodities. Their program allows salons to repurpose and recover up to 95% of the resources that were once considered waste; materials such as hair, leftover hair colour, foils, colour tubes, aerosol cans, paper and plastics.
How do you create a sustainable salon?
3Tips to go green
- Re-think you lights. Energy-saving light bulbs like LEDs can be a controversial topic in hair and beauty salons. ...
- Conserve water. Check your salon for leaks. ...
- Check your flow. It's not just water that leaks! ...
- Reuse, reduce and recycle. Organise your waste. ...
- Choose eco-friendly appliances. ...
- Fewer, bigger loads.
What is green circle charge?
But there are still a lot of materials that go to waste every day, including hair, leftover color and foils. Green Circle Salons has set out to make salons fully sustainable businesses. ... “All of our salons charge an environmental fee to each client that ranges from $1-$2,” he explains.
Can you recycle hair color tubes?
When it comes to product packaging, beware that the colour tubes and other containers can be made of aluminium. So read the product's label carefully before throwing it away. If you're using NATULIQUE's Natural Hair Colours, keep in mind that the packaging is always fully recyclable.
Can you recycle hair foils?
It's not just used foil. It's all salon metals that are being sent to landfill. A major issue for many council collections is that your foils are too dirty and contaminated. They risk leaching onto other materials and could make EVERYTHING not fit for recycling!