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Liberated Salon

Hair Salon

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Liberated salon began its journey in January 2015, creating one of the most accommodating, warm and eco-conscious environments. Located in the heart of Atwater Village,  Liberated has joined the creative and prominent landscape of businesses that have popped up in the east side of Los Angeles. With sustainability in mind, the salon’s design was approached with essentialism and diligent efforts  in purchasing recycled, thrift, and refurbished furniture and decor. The efforts in reducing our  carbon footprint is a consistent and evolving commitment. Liberated is fully stocked with products that are certified vegan , cruelty-free, and are sustainably packaged. Featured products include Kavella, Onesta , Formula 18, O&M, Iroiro, and Organics color systems. An eclectic variety of customers travel far and wide for our hair services, most of whom are searching for ammonia free, vegan, or pregnancy safe hair coloring. Liberated has set a high standard of requirements in which our employees fulfill. Comprehensive hair education, great customer service, and  inviting personalities define each of our unique stylists . Our color service clients, haircut transformations, and bold creative coloring can be seen on the Liberated InstagramFacebook like page, and Yelp account. Some of our work can also be seen on various television shows, movies , and a variety of editorial publishings.  

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Glendale Boulevard
Los Angeles 90039 CA US
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