“Coming to the #bluemangosalon is like coming home. No one ever leaves us not feeling loved and excited about life. Being a #mangobabe is like being part of a sisterhood.”
— Marike, Owner & Founder of Blue Mango Salon


Founder and owner of the award winning bluemangosalon. Marike is a skin therapist with over a decade of experience and education in the art of enhancing your natural beauty. Her magic tricks include waxing, nails, skin treatments, IPL, and semi-permanent makeup. Marike's is a renowned brow magician and dermalogica expert👸🏼



"I have been in the beauty industry for over 10 years now. Two things that are most rewarding to me in the industry are making people look and feel good about themselves. The best compliment is someone else complimenting my work. I love waxing and doing IPL, I look forward to seeing you and using my skills to make you look and feel good."



Our little ray of sunshine, Anita has recently completed all her courses and holds a diploma in Beauty Therapy. She's been Student of the Year for 3 years in a row and is still furthering her studies as a hairdresser. She's our graduate therapist and performs an array of services within the salon. She's always ready to help,  super eager to learn and makes a mean hot chocolate with marshmallows.




Hairdresser and make-up artist with over 10 years of experience, When asked what she loves about her job, Elbie said, "I love the variety of hair. Every day is different, every client, shoot brief and bride is unique, and that keeps it interesting. I love researching old techniques, and try to make them current." Elbie is both a genius rainbow hair artist, and a creator of classic and trendy styles.



A qualified surgeon and all-round sweetheart, Dr Lizzie has this to say about her expertise: "I specialise in subtle non-surgical facial injectable treatments. With superior products and excellent technique, it is possible to render specific facial concerns much less noticeable, or to cause a subtle rolling back of the years, without giving in and resorting to surgery."