Most women are tired of buying skincare that just doesn’t work. At Slow Beauty, I’ll teach you about your skin, and help you take care of it so that every day is a good skin day.
Slow Beauty Eco Salon is an intersectional environmentalist COVID-Safe beauty salon that operates by appointment in the leafy suburb of O’Connor. Slow Beauty uses ethical products where available to give premium results to all skin types. Slow Beauty Eco Salon takes a holistic approach to skincare and health and is passionate about creating a space of peace and serenity for guests.
Sustainable Beauty Salon
By choosing Slow Beauty Eco Salon you join the fight against climate change.
From the energy used to perform your treatments to the laundry powder used to wash the linens, every aspect of Slow Beauty reflects a value of sustainability and ecological harmony.
As a passionate beauty professional, I am committed to helping you enjoy the luxuries of the modern beauty industry without harming animals, the environment or your health.
Ethical Beauty Therapy
Born in Canberra, I have lived here all my life. I studied Early Childhood Education for many years but have always had a keen interest in beauty. I first studied Beauty Therapy in 2011, graduating with a Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy, and again in 2015, graduating with a Diploma in Beauty Therapy. An autoimmune diagnosis led to a more considered approach to self-care and the discovery of “slow”.
Slow Beauty Eco Salon is a boutique salon in my home in O’Connor. Slow Beauty Eco Salon was established in 2012 as Beauty By Natalie and is guided by “Best Practice”. Having spent time working in privately-owned salons, I was disheartened to discover all wasn’t as it appeared. I felt that I could not provide the standard of service I felt my clients deserved within the constraints of someone else’s business. Attaining a Diploma of New Small Business in 2017, I launched Slow Beauty Eco Salon with a focus on authenticity and transparency.
I invite you to indulge in one (or many!) of my treatments and take some time to care for yourself, leaving all the hard work in my hands – Natalie McBurney