Future Proof

Bring the spirit of spring to your hair suggests Aveda colour specialist Graham West.

The onset of spring – the season of renewal - often brings a powerful urge to reassess. Staying current by constantly moving forward is one of the key ways you can avoid getting stuck in a hair rut.


Sometimes, we’re ready for a complete transformation but change doesn’t have to be dramatic. If you’ve settled on a style that you feel happy with for now, subtle tweaks to your cut or colour can keep you looking fresh.


A belief in renewal is central to our salon. Behind the scenes, we plan, consult and review on a weekly basis to ensure we offer the best services we can. As part of this commitment, we invest heavily in training. All of us regularly visit the Aveda Academy in London to hone our skills and we also take part in events such as London Fashion Week. As a result, we’re experts in all aspects of cut and colour, including male grooming, eclipting™ and balayage, the French art of free hand colouring.


In recent weeks, I’ve been delighted to be appointed as an Aveda colour ‘purefessional’. This comes after years spent cutting and colouring in salons in London and the Cotswolds, plus stage and show work. It means I now spend a few hours each week as an Aveda educator, sharing skills with colleagues at the Aveda Academy and in salons across the UK, as well as with my team here.


Being a great hairdresser requires technical skill and more, most of all the ability to listen. If you’d like to reassess your cut and colour we invite you to visit the salon and ‘interview’ us, to ensure you feel comfortable before we touch your hair. Call today on 01386 860361 to book your complimentary hair care consultation with skin test and Aveda samples.




Tel: 01386 860 361




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