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We are back and we are open Monday to Saturday here is our Post lock-down special offer

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Posted 27 July 2020


What to do with post lockdown hair Special offer! at CV Hair & Beauty in Bloomsbury

It's a different world that's for sure, we are so glad to be back to work in the heart of Bloomsbury. We have been busy making sure that the salon is clean and safe for our valued customers.

 

We have some ideas that we would love to share with you for looking fabulous on a limited budget. £45 instead of £63 read on to take advantage of this limited time offer.


Post COVID-19 hair. Do you leave I long or do I cut it short?
You have been in lockdown for almost four months, and you have gone through the worst of growing your hair long.
I know, the eternal question; many of our clients ask themselves the same thing. Here are a couple of comments I have prepared for you, something you may want to consider.

What if you decide to leave your hair long.
You might find you will still have to cut the ends so your hair can grow healthy and free from split ends.
You could consider having a few more layers around the front to frame your face while keeping the length; maybe a full fringe would be for you; perhaps a side fringe?
You can still keep growing your hair while keeping it fresh and trendy.
Sometimes, the use of a visual is essential. We have lots of pictures on our iPad at the salon, but you are welcome to bring your favourite looks on your phone or physical photos.

Things to take into account if you decide to cut your hair shorter?.
There are many things to consider; style and maintenance seem to be right up there in the first place. We always do a thorough consultation with all of our customers to make sure we listen to what they want. Also taking into account face shape, lifestyles and level of maintenance required. Also, we will give you some tips on how to style your hair.

We are senior stylists at CV Hair & Beauty, and we want you to feel at ease when you come to our salon.
Currently, as an introductory offer, we are offering a cut and style for £45.00 (usually £63.00).
We would love doing hair, and we love to work in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

So, would you like to visit us?
If so, we will be delighted to see you.

Book now on 0207 837 0021

Gus & Jose.
Post COVID-19 hair. Do you leave I long or do I cut it short?
You have been in lockdown for almost four months, and you have gone through the worst of growing your hair long.
I know, the eternal question; many of our clients ask themselves the same thing. Here are a couple of comments I have prepared for you, something you may want to consider.

What if you decide to leave your hair long.
You might find you will still have to cut the ends so your hair can grow healthy and free from split ends.
You could consider having a few more layers around the front to frame your face while keeping the length; maybe a full fringe would be for you; perhaps a side fringe?
You can still keep growing your hair while keeping it fresh and trendy.
Sometimes, the use of a visual is essential. We have lots of pictures on our iPad at the salon, but you are welcome to bring your favourite looks on your phone or physical photos.

Things to take into account if you decide to cut your hair shorter?.
There are many things to consider; style and maintenance seem to be right up there in the first place. We always do a thorough consultation with all of our customers to make sure we listen to what they want. Also taking into account face shape, lifestyles and level of maintenance required. Also, we will give you some tips on how to style your hair.

We are senior stylists at CV Hair & Beauty, and we want you to feel at ease when you come to our salon.
Currently, as an introductory offer, we are offering a cut and style for £45.00 (usually £63.00).
We would love doing hair, and we love to work in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

So, would you like to visit us?
If so, we will be delighted to see you.

Book now on 0207 837 0021

Gus & Jose.


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