New Snoqualmie salon, Lula Ruby, takes organic approach

Angela Favero has opened her new organic boutique salon, Lula Ruby, in Snoqualmie.

Favero, an 18-year salon industry veteran, specializes in ammonia-free hair coloring and organic styling, in an eco-friendly venue that is as healthy as it is beautiful. With Lula Ruby, at 7329 Better Way S.E. in the Kimball Creek Business Park, Favero aims to create a warm, comfortable, welcoming and safe organic salon environment for its neighbors in the Snoqualmie Valley.

Since the beginning of her career as a hairdresser and educational leader at Gene Juarez Salons, Favero says she’s been committed to providing her clients exceptional client service, expert artistry, skill and education.

Offering hair services for women, men and children over 5, Lula Ruby is committed to the use of only natural and organic hair-care products and sustainable business practices.

“Traditional hairdressing has long been associated with toxic chemicals and hazardous fumes. I want to be part of changing that,” says Angela.

Lula Ruby will offer products free of parabens, sulfates, propylene glycol, DEA, TEA ammonia, artificial fragrances, animal ingredients and animal testing. Some of the salon’s sustainable business practices include: LED’s and light sensors, green cleaning products, recycling plastic, glass and aluminum, being as paperless as possible, and recycling when paper is needed. Lula Ruby strives to be an active member of the Snoqualmie Valley.

• Call Lula Ruby Organic Salon at (425) 292-0816 or visit on Facebook.


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