Who is the best at taylor taylor? I'd make an appointment but don't know which one to choose? And besides taylor, what are other options to get a good haircut, for reasonable price? (not over 50p, as i'm not from london, but from country with much lower standard).
I've got an appointment tomorrow at Taylor Taylor with Federico V (Director), will tell you how it goes. I've been to Harrington's before which I wasn't that impressed with considering the awards they've received.
ah so glad to see taylor taylor getting mentioned in this thread again! I just had my hair cut there by Bradley this past Monday at the Cheshire St. location, not the flagship on Commercial St. (though i've had it cut there as well). Such a great experience as usual, I love it. It's very 'me' and thats what i love about getting cuts there. Hope it goes well Raskal though i'm sure it will.
yes i would. They handle a lot of different hair types. But i would phone them and ask about booking an appointment and ask who they would recommend for that hair type as i'm sure some are more comfortable than others.
Any ideas of a decent affordable salon for both cuts and colour?
I'd like to know this too! I'm a student so dont have hundreds to spare every 2 months, but it's annoying having to wait until I go home up north just to get my hair done for half the price. Mainly hoping for good highlights, but as my hair is naturally v. dark black I need some decent level of knowledge as it goes brassy/ginger very easily.
I'd just like to point out I went to Rush in Epsom (just outside of London) and they were terrible, I went back to get them to re-do it for free as I was unhappy and they just kept applying tons of dye and getting nowhere, for the amount I paid it was a bit of a joke. I know someone else who got highlights there and they looked really cheap and obvious she also complained and got them re-done...
Has anyone had experience of getting their hair coloured by trainees? I hate going to the hairdressers as it is so I'm not sure whether I can trust them ha