When I walked in for my appointment, I didn't expect to see clientele and staff almost completely of Asian descent, so I was a bit nervous, but these guys did a great job handling my bright red hair and making me feel right at home even though I'm new to London.
Pricing is pretty standard of central London, with friendly service and coffee or tea readily available. My stylist offered a bit of advice when she knew I needed it, and my hair looks just as great several washes after the cut. I'll be coming back!
After reading all the positive reviews of this hair salon I decided to give this place a go since I was due a hair cut.
I made the appointment on the day and managed to get one. The salon was easy to find, located just round the corner From Tottenham court Road station. I got there 20 minutes early and didn't have to wait long at all after they took my bag and coat.
My hair stylist was Ryo. I assume she's Japanese. Her English was very good. I showed her a picture of the style that I wanted and she gave me some professional advise but respected my decision (which a lot of hair dressers don't). She washes my hair herself and you get a mini complimentary head massage which was nice.
She was very quiet the whole time and didn't talk to me much, whcih was good as I was pretty tired after a long day of work. She was very focused and paid attention to every strand of hair.
My hair cut cost £45 （my hair was up to my chest before） which I guess is reasonable for central London. I am fairly pleased with the results and will probably go back again and try a different stylist next time !
First time I've been here since losing my hairstylist to the new world... And can I say, Ah - Mah - Zing! My stylist and I chatted about what to do with my hair, since it had been probably 8-10 weeks since I last cut it, and she proceeded to not only give me an AWESOME haircut, great service, and a good hour long chat. I feel like we're friends already.
The salon is in a rather odd location, a little away from salon central in Soho, but it's not far, and it's clean and very professional. A mens do will set you back around £32, which is about right for central London salons in the area. But, damn I got so much more. Defo, my new best place to go. I've left with probably the haircut I've been most excited about in years!
I was in the search for a new Asian hairdresser and decided to give Jubilee hair salon a try after walking past numerous times. Since then I've been three times and have never been disappointed.
The studio itself is quite modern and clean. The staff are all very genuine, friendly and always up for a bit of a chat. The pricing seems quite standard of central London hair salons with a women's wash, cut and blow dry setting you back around £40. However some nice added touches are that they do a nice little head massage when washing your hair and often offer you a drink if you need to wait for your hairdresser.
I've had my hair cut by Kate twice now and she always takes the time to listen to how you like your hair cut whilst offering suggestions of her own based on your face shape and personal style. She pays an incredible amount of attention to cutting hair down to the last strand and I've always left happy with the cut.
On my last visit, it was pouring outside when I went to leave and really appreciated when they offered for me to stay until the rain subsided, even giving me a cup of coffee while I waited.
I recommend coming here during the day if possible when they are not so busy. Else make sure you make an appointment for the evenings to make sure someone is available for you. Overall I'm very happy with the place and glad I won't be searching around for a new hairdresser again. :)
Prices here seem to mid-range, a tad high, from all the places in central London that I have passed.
But I believe a good hair cut is worth the price. Here it costs 27 pounds for a men's cut, but the amount of time they spend is amazing. I personally have found "Tiger" (hair stylist) to be my favorite and recommend him to my friends. He does crazy trick with scissors that I haven't seen before and always offers some good conversation.
So if it is within your price range, a trip to Jubilee Hair Salon might be worth the travel. I got monthly and haven't had a problem ever. It is recommended that you call ahead for an appointment. They seem to have peak periods where everyone storms the salon, either after work or on a lunch break.
I'm almost loathe to share this place as it's the only hairdresser you can call on a Saturday morning and get an appointment for that afternoon.
Part of a selection of Korean shops in central London this unassuming hair salon looks run down and a bit dodgy if you're precious about your hair but I heard about it from a beauty blogger and have been going there for years.
Good quality cuts for ridiculously cheap prices in central London. I have super fine hair which they think is very novel but always know what to do with to leave me happy.
Have referred friends who've also had a positive experiences including using it to get a convenient, budget blow dry before heading out in Soho for the night.
After experimenting with a few different hair salons in London, this is one of the best places I've had my hair cut at.
Jubilee is an unassuming hair salon with a mix of Japanese and Korean hair stylists, tucked away along with some other Korean shops on Denmark Street.
For awhile, my sister had been asking me to try out Jubilee but I was actually very reluctant to as I wasn't very impressed with how they had cut her hair a few times. She then changed her hair stylist and boom, that completely changed my mind about the place! Excited to try them out, I then made an appointment with them for my next hair cut.
My stylist was Yoshie who was very friendly and honest with her advice. She gave me some recommendations on how she was going to cut my hair and during the whole process she would always let me know what she was doing next.
I was very happy with the overall cut, she listened to what I really wanted. There were no miscommunications at all, it's like she read my mind! Usually after I leave the salon I'd rearrange my hair after it's been styled, but she styled my hair so well I kept it as it is!
The total price came to £34 which is reasonable for a wash, cut and blow dry in London.
If you're ever in Jubilee, ask for Yoshie!
after having the worst hair cut in my life last month by a guy called Hamilton Harris in greenwich! (he cut one side of my hair dead straight and shorter then the other side.) and adding too many short layers and leaving my hair super blunt that i ended up thining and layering my own hair the following 2 weeks.
i waited very patiently for a month to grow my hair again! lucky for me my hair grows every month, but the problem is that it needs a lot of thining each time i have a haircut!
it was time for me to have another haircut. I decided to go to jubilee hair salon because my friends been there before and highly recommended the stylist yumiko also known as betty.
a quick search on google and you can find her personal website with the salon contact and pictures. after a call to the salon i found out she only works fri and saturdays.
So i booked an appointment for friday.
she was very friendly, and focused on my hair, i told her my little problem with the previous haircut and she was shocked on how bad he messed my hair up! she read my mind about me wanting to grow the other shorter side, so told me she would not touch that part of my hair so i can grow it out.
I showed her some pictures of nicoles richies old bob hair style, which had pointy layers.
I wanted the pointy layers in my hair as i know it means a lot of thining, and said my hair needs tidying up!
throughout the whole process we chatted like we was old friends and was the loudest out of the salon, we just laughed and laughed over silly things.
she offered me tea once i sat down, and had a through consultation of how my hair will end up like, shampoo and massage was well done!
my haircut cost me £29, it was shoulder length which i think is very reasonable i walked out as a very satisfied customer!
I have never been satisfied with my haircuts and it usually takes a week before it grows on me. But this is not the case at Jubilee. Thanks to Mika the stylist, I always LOVE my new haircuts, I'm so happy I can't help smiling as I walk out the hairdressers.
I was first refered to go Jubilee last year and have keep going back since then. No regrets. Price is average in London and I recommend it to everyone.
Unfortunately for me, I listened to the reviewers on here and went to Jubilee for a hair cut and a root touch-up. The cut was awful and the roots are now 2 shades lighter than the rest of the hair. I paid 100 pounds for this disaster and I will never go there again.
I am so happy with my first visit to Jubilee Hair Salon. I happen to be one of those people who IS precious about their hair and was initially reluctant to try someplace new after my favourite stylist left the country, but upon a colleague's recommendation, I decided to give it a try. I had my just-below-shoulder length hair cut by Yoshie, who listened to what I wanted and told me exactly what she would be doing (I needed thinning out of my overgrown layers and a general tidy-up). I left the salon with my hair bouncing and headache gone, thanks to the amazing head massage I received during the shampoo. My shampoo, cut and blowdry cost £42, which I was extremely happy with, given by the fact that I've spent over £60 at each haircut I've had in London from mediocre stylists at - yes - top end salons. I can't wait to go back again and also for a pedicure when my holiday comes around.
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