Cablelo Culture's website doesn't feature lengthy price lists - in fact, the only information on offer is a two minute montage inviting you through the door of their Pyrmont salon in Sydney's inner west. The images evoke the tactile sensations of a vintage barber shop with a touch of carnivalesque madness. We get the sense that walking through the doors of Cabelo Culture is a down-the-rabbit-hole experience, where you'll most certainly emerge a different (and better) version of yourself than when you went in. "Let yourself go... life isn't perfect but your hair can be"- comes from one independent review.
If Cabelo Culture's online presence is one of many images and few words, it's because their
salon is all about action - a place where hair is art and creative work is taken seriously. With skilled stylists who do a-little-daring on a daily basis, their vision is simple: "creative people creating a little magic every day".
Cabelo Culture is one of Morph Haircare's distributor salons who have partnered with our bespoke New Zealand brand Triumph and Disaster. Between their nostalgic aesthetic style and a joint focus on authenticity and artisanship, we can see why. They make the perfect pair.
All images courtesy of Cabelo Culture.
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