Thank you to Hairbiz for the article on Tabatha by BeauTex with our waste to workwear uniforms 

Introducing Tabatha by BeauTex, a salon specific collaboration between hairdressing phenomenon Tabatha Coffey and Brisbane- based clothing label BeauTex Designs. The range of hairdressing focused fashion pieces ticks all the boxes for today’s hairdresser, being stylish, functional, comfortable, and sustainably driven all at once.

The 2021 fashion-forward capsule collection is designed to be gender-neutral and inclusive of all body types. The range is constructed in sleek black fabric durable enough to withstand harsh chemicals. It’s also crease free, quick drying and made with a cooling fabric, becoming an ideal everyday outfit for hairdressers in all environments.

The collection of work wear is sustainably sourced, bleach resistant, and ethically made, all created from 100% RPET (repurposed plastic bottles) through a process whereby the RPET is flaked, pelletised, and extruded into yarn and finally woven into a textile. BeauTex also only uses OEKO-TEX approved dyes, which are third party tested to ensure no toxins are released into the environment and waterways during the dying process. BeauTex is Global Recycling Standards certified and a member of Sedex, an ethical trade membership organisation that helps businesses maintain responsible practices and sourcing.


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