“NOMA is a result of my passion for fashion and trends,” says creative director and owner Trine Nilsen.
But it was in fact her twins’ names, Nora and Markus, that inspired her when it came to naming her brand.
After working as a hairdresser and stylist for 30 years, Nilsen saw the need for better options when it came to hair accessories available,
Trendy Norwegian which developed into a popular business that keeps on growing.
It was hair-clips that started it all ten years ago.
The basic construction of the clip has been compiled by Nilsen herself,
Trendy Norwegian and they are thoroughly customised to sit equally well in thin Nordic hair and in thick hair.
“It is important for me that my products not only look good, but are functional and work the way they should,”
she explains, adding: “My knowledge from being a hairdresser, along with my passion for trends,
has been a huge advantage when designing our collections.”
Today, all her trendy hair-clips are available in a variety of styles and colours, suitable for all occasions and needs.
And the busy entrepreneur is not stopping at hair-clips,
but constantly expanding her assortment by adding new items such as headbands, scarves and hats.
With a new 180-square-metre showroom in Drammen and a big rise in demand,
NOMA is at the forefront in Norway when it comes to hair accessories.
As a supporter of the Norwegian pink ribbon campaign raising breast cancer awareness,
NOMA has also been a popular supplier of fashionable and affordable headgear and turbans for those who need them.
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