The name African Magic Salong is named for the amazing continent where the owner Awa was born and to raise awareness about Africa as a continent, the word Magic mirrors what we think we do every day. We create works of art that should feel “magical” and special. The art of doing wonders with your hair is a family heritage and our motto, miracles that environment will not be able to tear his eyes away.

Awa N’dao

African Magic Shop is owned and operated by Awa N’dao. The salon has been around since 1998 and specializes in hair extensions, dreadlocks, braids and lace wigs. What makes the African Magic Salong unique is that we are targeting both European and Afro hair and that we see our customers as sources of inspiration.

Each customer is unique and contributes with her personality and her thought to make the African Magic Salong better and better. We have received much praise for the way we respond to customers and their desires and we wish to continue in that line. It should feel like an experience to step into the salon and therefore our decor and the staff contribute to this. There is always coffee or tea with us as a means to promote knowledge sharing on all planes, whether if it’s dreadlocks, hair extensions, or Africa, you want to discuss.


African Magic Lounge OBJECTIVES:
To be Stockholm’s first and best hair salon specializing in both Scandinavian and Afro hair.
African Magic Lounge VISION: Whether you are a woman or a man who wakes up with “a bad hair day” directly refer to African Magic Shop where we perform “magic” on your hair.

Ölandsgatan 48 (Subway Skanstull)
116 63 Stockholm
Tel: 08-644 01 64
Mob: 073-181 92 70
Mon-Sat: 10 – 19
Sun: Closed
We are located approx. 200 meters walk from the Ring Shopping – Skanstull
Take the green subway train to Skanstulls subway station.
Bus 4, which runs between Gullmarsplan and Karlaplan (Radio House).
Bus 3, which is between the Karolinska Hospital and Söder Hospital

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