At Thomson Street Hair Design every client is made to feel extra special.
Owner/manager Jeanette Rowe has almost 30 years experience in the hairdressing industry and together with her team of professional hairdressers/stylists they offer everything from cuts and colours through to perming, styling and “up-dos” for special occasions.
Jeanette is a firm believer in treating every client with the upmost respect and recent renovations to her salon allows privacy and comfort with every visit.
“We now have six styling chairs in a very relaxed, secluded salon,” she said.
“This extended space allows for family visits and is ideal for bridal parties. Our clients can enjoy having their hair styled in privacy, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
“Sometimes sitting at a busy salon can be a little overwhelming; this is where our calm environment works well.”
Thomson Street Hair Design is now a member of the ‘sustainable salon’ program which is committed to reducing the ecological footprint.
This involves collecting up to 95 percent of the salon’s waste and diverting it from landfill by collaborating on re-use solutions.
“This includes collecting hair clippings to soak up oil spills in oceans,” Jeanette said.
“We’re very proud of our status as a sustainable salon and we are also extremely proud to support our diverse community through sponsorship; we enjoy celebrating our community’s successes together.”
Once known as Jeanette’s Cut and Curl, this thriving business has seen generations come through its doors.
“It’s amazing to watch our clients grow, from toddlers through to debutantes, brides and mothers.
“We all love a challenge and all my staff are committed to continually improving and extending their knowledge of the industry so that our clients can benefit from the most up-to-date trends and styles.”
Appointment hours are flexible, with the salon open weekdays (and Saturday by appointment).
For more information follow the salon on Facebook and Instagram or phone the team on 5592 1550.
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