Why is it so hard to find a decent UK child friendly black hair salon? [guest blog]

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  • Anu

    A good post to open eyes wide. Thanks for sharing.

  • Anu

    So I got half way to this post (and I was getting heated up!) – maybe it is me being a bit hard hearted right now but I think it is the fault of the customer who suffered this horrible experience. Like when we want to organise dinners at restaurants to celebrate we go by recommendations – shouldn’t this have been the case for the doing hair too!

    It seems to me the mother was aware to know the different between “cheap” hair products and the appropriate hair products for the certain hair types – which is great! But it begs the question that this should have been checked out or asked about prior booking the appointment (and then after asking the price of the service).

    Now I appreciate the work social life balance that a mother has to do – but when it comes to the health of our hair (just like health) we need to go that step further to ensure they are getting the best sort of treatment.

  • It is a shame that this is too common. Thanks for recommending Elite Hair Lounge. I just searched for them and saw that they won an award for best chemical styling at the good Afro Hair and Salon awards last week.

  • Nicole Andrew

    The above is only too common in parts and also in it’s entirety! Please check out ‘Elite Hair Lounge’ in Stockwell, South London. Talisha, the head stylist and her team are amazing with adult and child natural/relaxed afro hair!😉

    • It is a shame that this is too common. Thanks for recommending Elite Hair Lounge. I just searched for them and saw that they won an award for best chemical styling at the good Afro Hair and Salon awards last week.

    • It is a shame that this is too common. Thanks for recommending Elite Hair Lounge. I just searched for them and saw that they won an award for best chemical styling at the good Afro Hair and Salon awards in November

      • Anu

        This is what I am talking, everybody is now exposed to so much information with easy access to technology, its always best to go by recommendation or someone who you already know. Men don’t go changing barbers that easily…they get tested and watched.

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