When it came to scouting locations for their new salon, co-founders Jules Tognini and Kristian Tognini decided without a doubt that the suburbs was where it was at. The hair salon joins the ranks alongside other Colwill Place fixtures like plant palace The Borrowed Nursery, Casuarina-born boutique Nikkou Store, caffeination station Bear Boy Espresso, and cosy florist Foliar Store. In terms of aesthetics, Hey Hair’s walls have been given the magic touch by Brisbane-based artist Bonnie Gray and its luxe-boho interiors helmed by DNA Design and curated by Erin Tognini. The space has been adorned with contemporary arch motifs alongside pink, nude, and brushed gold tones and fixtures – inspired by the family’s European heritage and their love for the beachy, relaxed vibes of Northern New South Wales. The Togninis have also decided to put a strong focus on sustainability – from using recycled towels and “no-nasty” products to installing water-saving basins and integrating salon chairs made of renewable wood and recycled plastic. Their core focus however, was to continue to build upon the reputation and loyal customer base that the OG Tognini salon has cultivated over the past 30 years. Boasting four stylists including three senior award-winning stylists, Hey Hair offers a huge range of hair services and specialises in blondes, balayage, and freehand colour.