I have used this hairdresser for two years and do not plan to find an alternative. I always get a friendly welcome when i arrive and offered a variety of drinks. My hairdresser is always on time and listens to exactly what i'm looking to do with my hair. Although i don't normally have a clue, she throws a few ideas of what would suit the texture of my hair. I have always enjoyed the whole experience and come out with a fabulous haircut.
I really dislike having to go get my hair cut. I figure it should be self-maintaining some how plus husband likes it long.
I've enjoyed each time I have visited and though it's often busy, this is a good thing for them and means they will continue to be around for years to come.
They will feed you drinks and biccies so that's always good and the folks there have always been great including the scalp masage and great advice.
They never pressure you to buy product and sometimes I have to ask about it so even in that way they are fab.
I dont like choosing a hairdressers.
The salon could be great but you could get a duff stylist!!
I have used Segais for a few years, had different stylists every visit and i have never have a 'bad' haircut.
Some are better than others, but they are all friendly and do a decent job.
You need to book about a week in advance if you want a sepcific day/time, but if you're flexible they usually have something free withing a day or two.
Have always been really good with kids too.
They always offer a drink and some of the more expensive ones will do a really good consultation beforehand.
Prices vary, obvioulsy on what you're getting done, but a basic haircut will will set you back anything from £15 to £47.
Unless i am asking for someone specific, i always ask what title they are and i look it up on the pricelist so i know before i get there how much it will be.
Or if your one step ahead, ask for the level that you would like to do your hair.
Also look out instore for offers on hair colouring etc, they often have discount weeks advertised.
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