26 Peckham Rye, SE15 4JR

Blue Tit’s Peckham branch is one of the originals, but it’s definitely no worse for wear because of its age. Having won several awards for its haircuts and super-friendly service, this is definitely the place to invest in a new barnet.


342 Coldharbour Ln, SW9 8BH

Blue Tit’s sixth salon is in Brixton and it’s got a different vibe from all the other spots – Scandi minimalism mixed with industrial furniture, exposed beams, metal detailing and fluorescent lighting with a hint of their familiar retro style. The staff are super friendly with all the stylists having their own area of expertise, and the salon uses all-natural Davines products just like all the others. Whether you’re after something quirky or simple anything is possible at Blue Tit Brixton and with smoothies on offer during the day and booze at night, you can make a real occasion of it.

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7 Percy Street, London W1T 1DH

We saw something we liked in Stylist magazine, ripped out the page and headed to the Charles Worthington flagship salon on Percy Street. There, our stylist Adam was tasked with making our new bangs look just like the picture and giving us a blow dry that matched our “sexy” mood. After a consultation, we were taken to the basin and washed before the cutting began. It was all pretty seamless, cutting and explaining as he went, Adam had us in and out within an hour and we left with a shiny new do – just like the magazine. Could we be a model? Well we’d like to think so!

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48 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 2QB

Let us introduce you to Jo Hansford’s Split End Solution, a keratin hair repairing treatment that works on the ends of the hair only using a unique coating method. Created by Senior Stylist Dino, this treatment differs to the traditional Brazilian Blow-Dry, in that it is applied only to the most dry parts of your hair. That makes it less heavy for the hair and thus it retains its body. The treatment takes about an hour and lasts for up to three months…You do the maths.

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138 Gray's Inn Road, London WC1X 8AX

ESHK hair opened their salon in Clerkenwell, bringing with them a touch of Shoreditch and a small army of expertly trained stylists. Phew. The salon gets its look from its East London sisters: exposed brick, recycled materials, achingly cool. We got cosy downstairs and let the brilliant Miky loose on the mane transforming it from general mess to glossy, preened and polished. A head full of foils later we were left with what can only be described as one of the best dye jobs we’ve ever had. There wasn’t an evil root (natural hair – eugh) in sight and all highlights were blended so beautifully it gave us an all over natural look.

You can read the full review here.


89-90 Park Lane, London W1K 7TN

Located in the 5-star Grosvenor Hotel, the salon decor is modern with a bright white fit out. We were booked in with stylist Bee, who after a quick consultation, worked her magic into transforming dry split ends into soft silky locks. Throughout the appointment we were talked through all the treatment’s being used and their benefits, which definitely expanded our knowledge on how to maintain hair throughout summer. The Sanrizz is also known for it’s Educational Academy, which gave us a piece of mind, knowing we are in the hands of highly qualified stylists.

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64-66 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP

If there was an award for the coolest salon in London Barber & Parlour would win it hands down. Set across three floors the building is home to an Electric Cinema in the basement, a cafe, shop and Neville barbers on the ground floor and Cheeky nail salon and hair by Josh Wood above. It’s owned by Soho House & Co so it’s no surprise that the interior design has a modern feel to it whilst also looking like it could of been there for years. If you’re looking for somewhere to get your haircut in London with a bit more soul than your usual white-wash salons check out Barber & Parlour. Cuts from £50.

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44 Chatsworth Road, E5 0PL

Rolling hair, beauty and vintage into one, Belli Fuori sees owner Gio bring her Italian style and influence to Clapton. Involved in the industry since she was very young, six years old in fact, Gio has an old school family approach and that means getting to know their clients. The prices are decent and the shop also offers a range of beauty treatments and massages. With a love of art, Belli Fuori provides a space in the salon for independent artists changing every three months. The handpicked vintage clothing? It all comes from Italy and you can find some gems there. More than just a salon isn’t it?


121 Lower Clapton Road, E5 0NP

Since opening in Clapton, Blue Tit have spread their wings all over town. But this salon has a very different feel to the rest of ‘em with founder Perry taking inspiration from his travels to build the salon. All the furniture comes from antique markets, reclaim yards and the parquet floor even came from eBay.

Bringing the best of both worlds with a couple of vintage armchairs and an open fire upstairs, it’s like you’ve stepped into someone’s cosy living room, but then downstairs you can find their swishy curved photographic studio. All about the experience, you won’t just be getting a bloody good haircut or colour at Blue Tit, but beer, snacks and probably some new friends too.

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