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  • Writer's pictureDeborah Malone

95 Years of Keune

Updated: May 5, 2020

It's Keune's 95th birthday! The business was founded on January 6th, 1922 by Dutch chemist Jan Keune. These products are used in more than 70 countries by hundreds of thousands of salon professionals!

Despite their international growth, Keune is a family-owned and operated Company. George Keune sr, is the son of founder Jan Keune, he goes to work every day. He has passionately worked for 65 years with the company. George sr.’s two sons aslo work at Keune and continue to strive to make the best product on the market today. This family company is driven by passion, characterized by integrity. They are known for pouring their heart and soul into every facet of their business. They continue to educate salon owners and stylist as well as improve products to market changes over the course of time. Clients needs change with the change in trending color and styles.

Why color with Keune- Keune tinta color is a permanent color that helps to protect and condition your hair. Giving your hair a beautiful shine as well as long lasting color. UV protection and anti fade measures are incorporated into the color, as we all know the Florida sun can do wonders to the fading of hair color.

New from Keune in the Tinta color care Shampoo and Conditioner. Treat yourself to a sulfate free, luxurious lather, color protecting shampoo and conditioner. Care shampoo and conditioner offers you a great way to protect your hair at home. Ask your stylist for more information, contact us at

Light Mahogany Brown Keune Hair Color
Light Mahogany Brown Keune Hair Color

Keune Tinta Color Product
Kenue Product

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