Beauty Doesn’t Have To Be Toxic

Are you tired of dull, lifeless, artificial hair color? Are you looking for something more natural and less toxic? Do you want to cover or blend your grey while maintaining healthy, shiny, dimensional hair?  

Welcome To The Organic Stylist

Where discerning San Franciscans go to receive eco-friendly, natural and organic hair care services. The Organic Stylist uses professional-grade, ammonia-free hair color and clean, organic styling products, to give you healthy, vibrant, eco-friendly hair. The Organic Stylist is well versed in the art and science of hair care and color and is passionate about sharing her knowledge and expertise with her clients. 

Who Is The Organic Stylist

Jaiya Alamia is The Organic Stylist. Sustainable architect turned hair stylist, Jaiya brings her passion for beauty and sustainability to the art and science of hair care. With a "less is more" approach to beauty, Jaiya delivers long-lasting, non-toxic haircolor and easy-to-style haircuts to her clients.

Jaya brings decades of critical thinking and a refreshing perspective and sensibility to the art and science of hair cutting, coloring, and styling. Jaiya specializes in organic and ammonia-free hair color, wavy and curly hair textures, and short sculpted haircuts. Her refined eye for shape, texture, and color allow her to see your hair's full potential and craft a hairstyle that beautifully reflects who you are and how you wish to express yourself to the world. 

More Reasons To Visit The Organic Stylist

  • Your private appointment is 100% focused on you and your hair care.

  • Ammonia-free, PPD-free, and resorcinol-free hair coloring and highlights for sensitive clients.

  • You get to sit back and relax in a clean and tranquil setting, free of harsh chemicals and perfumes.

  • No burning sensation, watery eyes, or headaches during your service.

  • First time and referring color clients receive complementary hair treatments when time allows.

  • We care for the environment through conservation of resources, reuse, composting, and recycling.