List of top Hairdressers in London

Good hairdressers have now become one of the top necessities in our lives, as they don’t just cut our hair like old times, but now they also have skills to give new hair styles that changes or maintains a person’s image.

This change was witnessed after the fashion industry strived tremendously. Now hairdressers don’t just offering hair cutting services, they also proffer hair colour and texturing along with spa facilities.

This demand of good hairdressers and salons was witnessed in London too, as a result of that several international and local hairdressers had opened their salons in the city. The customers are offered best services in these salons. Below is the list of these best salons and hairdressers in London along with their contact information including address, phone number and location on map.


  • 1

    Andrew Barton Salon

    Is the famous TV celebrity and Andrew Barton has given ‘home away from home’ atmosphere in his salon, where his customers and stylists chat with each other over tea and biscuits. What makes environment even more comfortable is it’s relaxed setting.

  • 2

    Atherton Cox

    Has always produced excellent haircuts without any fuss. Although, this salon don’t hold a long history, started almost 10 years ago, but still in this short span of time it had earned a good name in the market by maintaining quality. The forte of this salon is catering women in their thirties.

  • 3

    Aveda Institute

    Is hard to miss for those who are looking for a fabulous hair cut, styling and colour, as they are not aggressive in their approach. The institute also supplies high quality hair and skin products, aside from excellent treatments.

  • 4

    The Barber at Alfred Dunhill

    Is a Men's salon that is well renowned for their services. Aside from the services they also make their customers feel, as they are elite members of a men’s club. The salon offers modern-day styles that give you more classic and sober look. Also this salon features products from 200-year-old London pharmacists DR Harris.

  • 5

    Charles Worthington

    Is offers great blow-dries along with hair colouring and cutting. If you are looking for a serious and devoted hair dresser Charles Worthington is the place you are looking for. Customers are always offered a bowl of nuts and glass of bubbly the minute they sit on the chair. Apart from regular services the salon also offers a great environment.

  • 6

    Daniel Hersheson's

    Conduit Street shop is their main branch. This salon holds a long history and was opened back in 1990. Since then Daniel Hersheson is offering hair styling, cutting and blow dries.

  • 7

    Gielly Green

    Is a great place for those who like to spend money, as apart from the regular hair dressing and coloring job they also offer spa-style beauty department. The cutting cost goes up to £115, but if you go with a junior stylist it’ll cost you only £45.

  • 8

    It’s Something Hells (Men's salon)

    Is owned and run by Miss Betty and Mr Ducktail. The two also call themselves rock ‘n’ roll mother-kutters of London. It’s something Hells also offers full services for women in Kingly Court.

  • 9

    Joe & Co (Men's salon)

    Is a modern day barbershop that is famous for it’s bright pops of colour, audacious, explicit branding and tattoos. This salon avoids using traditional stuffy wood panels and badger brushes like other male salons, which makes it unique from others.

  • 10

    Toni & Guy

    Original salon is located at Sloane Square. This will give you an ultimate experience, as this salon has been here for almost 30 years now. This branch is also a working home of CEO Toni Mascolo OBE. The CEO is also available for hair dressing but only on bookings. Apart from the CEO, few leading international artistic directors are also at hand on this location. Amazingly hair cut and finishing charges are only £69.

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