Stowmarket Hairdressing Salon Women & Men Colouring & Styling Services Launched

Professional hairdressing salon Little Village Salon launched an updated range of hair colouring and styling services for clients from Stowmarket, Haughley, Bacton, and the surrounding areas.

Stowmarket, United Kingdom - September 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Little Village Salon, a professional hairdressing salon in Stowmarket, Suffolk, announced the launch of an updated range of hair colouring and styling services for clients from Haughley, Bacton, Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds, East Anglia and beyond. The salon’s new team members are adding further skill sets to the Little Village Salon, helping clients find the hairstyle and services that fit into their day to day life.

More information can be found at https://littlevillagesalon.com

At Little Village Salon, the team understand that a person’s hair is their best accessory and that a cut and colour that truly flatter them are a must have. That is why Little Village Salon just launched complete hairdressing services for ladies, gentlemen and children in Stowmarket and the surrounding area.

From men’s and women’s haircuts and hair colour services to conditioning treatments and special event looks, Little Village Salon offers a full range of hair services at affordable prices.

The salon’s hairdressing services include ladies, gents and children’s cut and finish, blow drys, re-styles, high and low lights, permanent and semi-permanent hair colouring, L’Oreal Professional INOA ammonia free hair colouring, bleach baths, and bridal hair.

Little Village Salon also offers L’Oreal X-Tenso hair smoothing service, Olaplex hair treatments, and complimentary head massage with every shampoo service.

The hair stylists and colourists at Little Village Salon undergo intensive training programs with continuing education courses to ensure that all clients get the best haircut or colour possible.

From a quick haircut to a more complete haircut service featuring shampoo, styling, and more, the team at Little Village Salon will give each client the salon experience that best suits them.

A satisfied client said: “Wanted to thank all the staff at Little Village Salon for everything they did for me on my wedding day. Vicky created some amazing hair for myself and the bridesmaids and Sally made sure our nails were beautiful! Cannot recommend this salon enough!”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Jo Leverett
Email: Send Email
Organization: Little Village Salon
Address: 21 - 23 Old Street Haughley, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 3NT, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1449-673321
Website: https://littlevillagesalon.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88917792

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