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Kerastase 250ml Shampoo $20, Moroccanoil 100ml $30 - Sydney


Ginger Hair in Sydney are having a clearance sale on all their haircare products.

Some of the specials include

Kerastase 250ml Shampoo (Bain De Force, Bain Age Recharge, Bain Oleo - Relax, Nutritive Bain Satin) - $20 (rrp. $45 and cheapest on eBay is $23.40 delivered)

Moroccanoil 100ml Hair Treatment is $30 (rrp. $49.50, cheapest on Ebay is about $39.89)

Joico ICE Erratic Hair Molding Clay 100ml - $9 (rrp. $22.95 and cheapest on eBay is $10.06 delivered)

Sebastian Craft Clay 52ml - $16 (rrp. $36 and cheapest on ebay is $15.95 delivered)

They're also clearing out other stuff like Loreal Professional shampoos so if you're in the area then you could pick up some hair products at a good price.

I'm actually their web designer but I can try to answer questions if you have any.

Their contact details are:

Shop 1a, 388 Sussex Street
Haymarket, Sydney NSW 2000

Telephone (02) 9261 0876
Mobile 0412 838 381

Email [email protected]

EDIT: Sorry I forgot to mention that it is Cash Only, because they don't have card facilities.

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  • Is the any Morrocan Oil on sale? If so, it is possible to get some info as you did with the products above.

    Sussex St. is close to: Market City, Darling Harbour, George St. (for misc info) :P


      Yes, the Moroccanoil 100ml Hair Treatment is $30 (rrp. $49.50, cheapest on Ebay is about $39.89)

      • I bought mine on ebay for cheaper than that. Search for Ar(a)gan Oil,
        same thing, without fancy labelling.

  • The website didnt mention anything about the sale though… will it still be on sale this weekend?


      It's on now until the 27th of July while stocks last. Basically they're going to move locations and they're trying to clear off everything they've got so they can move less.

  • Do the post??

  • on this weekend?

  • Rep, can you please tell me whether the your stock of Kerastase shampoo is Nutritive Bain Satin 1 or 2 or 3? Do you have Bain Satin 3 (or Nutri Thermique as their new name for it)? Thanks.