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108 Broadway, Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7DQ
09:00 - 20:00
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£20 Off Full head of highlights or £15 off any other colour service Quote reference code YELL108. Only One valid person. expires Sept 2012. *not in conjuction with any other offers
Salon 108 has been established over the last 30 years,We pride ourselves to provide a professional service at all times , whilst maintaining the highest quality .
Salon 108 is open 7 days a week, with late appointments available on Wednesday ,Thursday and Friday.
We offer a wide range of hairdressing services for men , women and children.
You are welcome to pop in and shop at any time during opening hours. Browse through the extensive range of " Home Luxury Hair Care "
Only first class products stocked from :-
PAUL MITCHELL, KERASTASE, TIGI, UNITE, MOROCCANOIL,GHD Irons & Brushes
Help and advice is always on hand.
Hair consultations are free
You can now book on line,
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I have been a fairly regular customer over the last few years and can honestly say the reception you receive on arrival is always warm and welcoming, yes on the odd occasion you may find a couple of girls around the front reception desk, but surely that is human nature if you find yourself with a few spare minutes, and surely when someone walks in through the main door you are going to get looked at again that is human nature and not in the slightest bit intimidating as has been described. The stylists are always talkative and more than willing to advise on what best suits your type of hair or facial features. Being a male client that advice is rarely needed as my style is 'short' but being nosy I have often overheard advice and suggestions being given and are sometimes astonished at how 'pig headed' some woman are, they have hair like straw but want a cut like Victoria Beckham.
So please ignore the ramblings of a couple of disgruntled Victoria Beckhams, and have no fears about booking in with Salon 108, I always book with Lauren, as does my wife,
My stylist was very friendly and listened to what I wanted and also made some other suggestions. I was very pleased with the end result and will certainly be booking again.
My mother has been going to studio 108 for over a year now, she went in December for her usual full head or half head highlights and trim. Im absolutely 100% serious when i tell you that she had a £20 voucher and when she came to pay on the way out, they asked her for £170!! this is with the voucher. My mother exclaimed 'how much!' and the extremely unhelpful receptionist first tried to argue that 'yes' it was that much, even tried to say that the time of day (peak) had something to do with it. They called out the stylist my mother had, who agreed that £170 was too much. I believe that then the unhelpful lady on reception stated it was a system error!?! despite mentioning 'peak times' moments earlier. They have now lost my mum as a client and Im telling all my friends to NOT go here. What a shame - not even an apology or token gesture! disgusting. Im happy for The people at Yell to get in touch with me if the hairdresser disputes this, as it is fact!......forgot to mention she did get £20 refunded - had to be cash as they had already put the money through on her card
I have searched for years to find a good hairdresser (haven't we all). My local salon - Salon 108 - has always been my go-to hair salon as it is so local and I have been going there intermittently since a teenager.
I am not particularly fussy with my hair - no colour - no fancy styling - just a cut and blow dry - usually just a trim. You would imagine cutting hair 24/7 hair dressers would have established the art of a straight hair cut.
I have seen (probably most) hairdressers in Salon 108 - from a range of 'positions' in the company.. And I can confirm that you should not waste your time or money going here.
After my last haircut there (with a 'senior stylist') I left the salon happily with blow dried hair - thinking I had an ok (if not nice) hair cut.
It wasn't until my work colleague asked me a few days later 'are you aware your hair is wonky?' that I realised my haircut wasn't
so 'ok (if not nice)'. I went straight home (embarrassed) and straightened my hair and the true horror of a hair cut was revealed.
The haircut wasn't just significantly wonky, but there was no 'straight wonky line' ... There were bits of hair that haven't even been cut, the best comparison is that the haircut resembled a heart beat monitor line - it honestly looked like a 5 year old had cut my hair.
Rightly so, I was mortified that my hair was in such a state, but frankly I didn't want to go back to demand a re-cut to avoid the awkward confrontation to an otherwise pleasant enough hairdresser. I had to get my accountant mother to try and undo some of the damage so that I felt comfortable to go around in public with said hair cut.
I had a significant amount taken off the length - more than I had wanted in all honesty - so I didn't want to have to go and get more cut off at a different salon. I decided I would tie my hair up for a while and hope that it would grow out soon enough.
My mum was able to salvage some normality to my hair and I had been growing my hair out for 11 months since. Until the other day.
I had booked an impromptu hair cut with my sister a day after my birthday and although my mum had warned me never to go back to 108, I had spent the whole year moving past 'haircut-gate' and as a creature of habit, I compromised by booking an appointment with the director - surely they will know how to cut hair!?!!
So, I was on my way to my hair appointment at 9:00 in the morning a day after my birthday. I was running a little late as roadworks were surrounding Bexleyhealth and holding everyone up - dutifully - I asked my sister to call up the salon to give them the heads up that we were running late. They said 'no problem see you soon'.
On arriving at the salon door and walking in, my sister and I felt like condemned criminals. Four or five girls were waiting at the front desk with looks that could have killed. Clearly our 7 minute delay had caused pandemonium in the salon.
My sisters hair dresser stated that she was happy to cut her hair. However, the director (who I was willing to pay £50 for a trim) had a face like she was chewing a wasp. I felt like a child in school being confronted.
After working at a physio clinic for 2 years I understand that people running late can cause problems, but the attitude and diabolical customer service I received from being 7 minutes late was completely unacceptable. I was informed I would not be able to have my hair cut - as I had set her too behind (I wasn't even asked what I wanted done - which was just a