I’m the best person to write this particular article because anywhere I have ever lived in the world I have sought out Aveda products, knowing that regardless of the city’s water, humidity or the skill of the hairstylists, these natural and lusciously-scented hair products guarantee me a good hair day EVERY TIME.
This particular salon situated between the Vatican and Trastevere offers a wide range of treatments and products not just for the hair but also the body, as well as a 360-degree Aveda experience, including their famous Aveda tea, which is a mix of delicious sweet spices and lulls you into relaxation mode as someone tends to all your beauty needs. Aveda is known for its eco-friendly ingredients and this month is you’re considering picking some of the products as a gift – an Aveda candle, spiced cinnamon tea and leave-in conditioning treatment would make any friend of any age happy – you’ll find they present your purchase in beautiful packaging, which also goes to a beautiful cause.
For the past four years, Aveda has been buying paper from Nepal for their gift sets and they’ve made a huge difference to Nepalese families. It also means the protection of 34,000 acres of forest to fight climate change.
Pasquale del Prete, with his wife Anna Di Carlo, is the director of this 230sqm-salon built on the ruins of an ancient Roman villa from 100BC and has decades of experience in the industry and a great love of Aveda which he channels into his new space, the Aveda H&B Lifestyle Salon & Spa, which you can also enjoy in the same location as the salon.
Piazza della Rovere, 112 (06.68307889)
Via del Teatro Valle, 50 (06.6892893)