Extra health & safety measures that we are taking:
1. Appointments are still limited to reduce the volume of people, help with social distancing and help stop the spread.
2. We ask if you have any symptoms or feel unwell to please cancel your appointment and wait 2 weeks to re- book.
3. Please can you bring only essential belongings to your appointment e.g. keys, phone purse/wallet any other items we suggest to leave at home or in your car.
4. We ask you to please arrive to your appointment on time if you are early you can now wait
5. Please come to your appointment alone unless you need assistance or have a carer.
6. We will ask that you patiently wait until your stylist is ready for you,
7. Face coverings are now optional again for yourself, your stylist will be happy to mask up if you prefer.
8. Our team will greet you without close contact (no handshakes, hugs etc.).
9. Once inside you will be asked to sanitize your hands. We will provide these facilities.
10. Our team are following strict hygiene guidelines and we ask you to do the same – please place any used paper towels and tissues straight in the bin after use. Sanitize or wash your hands after coughing or sneezing.
11. There are now magazines if you wish to share between clients.
12. We are delighted to say we are now able to offer refreshments.
13. Team members will still be sanitizing all stations, door handles and bathrooms regularly basically everything that has been touched.
14. We ask you not to touch any of our retail products unless you are definitely purchasing the item.
15. Please pay with a card (preferably contactless) where possible if paying by cash please try to have the correct amount to save multiple handling of change.
16. Some of our prices have had to be reviewed please check the price list on the website.
Thank you for supporting us during this time and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Rest assured we will do our upmost to keep you as safe as possible
Stay safe x
Hair & Beauty Professionals Against Domestic Abuse
1 in 4 women will experience abuse from a partner or ex-partner at some time in their life and 2 are killed each week. They may be our clients, colleagues – even family and friends.
Seeing the signs, offering a kind word and providing information on how to access professional support may change or save someone’s life.
It’s not about intervening or interfering, but knowing how you can truly help someone who may really need it.
What is domestic abuse?
The definition is broad and there are many variations of it.
Abuse may be psychological or emotional, physical, sexual, harassing, coercive or controlling behaviours.
It’s not easy to spot given that abuse may be more than a physical injury or injuries that may or may not be visible. With some insight, our unique relationships with clients or colleagues may reveal what’s hidden behind their mask.
Most women see a hairdresser and use the services of a beautician. Many clients go back to the same professional because of their great service, treatments and their loyal relationship. We are renowned for being experienced listeners and it’s no surprise that many people feel comfortable talking and confiding in us about things that they would never tell anyone else. We often feel like counsellors as people unburden themselves during their treatments though most of us are not professionally trained in this field! We’re being empathetic. We’re being human.
Our relationship puts us in a unique position to be able to notice signs of abuse and offer help. It may be the only opportunity someone has to be on their own whilst they are in our space where they may feel safe. We can give them a chance to reach out for help or we can suggest where help can be found, when they feel ready for it.
We are really well positioned to sensitively and safely refer clients or colleagues – even family or friends – to resources that are best placed to help them. It’s as simple as that and you can help to change or save someone’s life.
Remember i'm here if you need me x
I have no special talents, i am only passionately curious - Abert Einstein said. How true!!
Believe it or not i became a qulified Hairdresser in September 1997!!
i know where has that time gone?
I truely believe that you do indeed learn something new every day intentionally or not.
Throughout my career i've done my best to keep up with current cutting, colouring and styling techniques, products and of course social media and lets face fashion certainly has changed a bit in those years. All the certificates i can find are in the gallery let me say there are many missing too.
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