This has been an incredibly hard and sad decision, but with the corona virus pandemic worsening every single day, I have made the decision to close the salon and review the situation on a month by month basis while all the team will remain employed. Our reception team have been working hard to contact all clients that were booked in over the next 4 weeks.
If you want to arrange a future appointment you can still call the salon 💕

We know your roots are bad, we know your hair will be too long and you won’t feel like yourself. We would love to go back to work but we can’t, our industry can’t. When you ask us what kind of colour you will need and buy that store box colour just remember your putting money into the big companies pocket while we small ones are suffering.

We will not as a team be offering a mobile hair at home service as I do not believe we can do this safely and within the social distancing guide lines. There is no way to make income from our industry right now since we are hands on. When we can come back, please remember us and please don’t blame us if we need to fix your hair.

Not only do we miss our income but we miss you. Our chats, laughter, tears, we share so much more than just a haircut. We are standing here united to stay safe but inside we are really worried and stressed about our work being completely torn from us. We sit patiently waiting, like you, for answers or reassurance of some sort. With uncertain clarity, we hope and pray that you will be back to us soon and our industry comes back stronger than ever! 🙏

Please share and support your stylist. Help remember our hairstylist community as we stand not behind our chair right now, but united being safe through this pandemic.
And please stay in touch using Facebook messenger, Instagram page, email I will be answering the phone most days too.

Love from Vicky & the Tufties team

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