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John Frieda reviews
After seeing lots of adverts for John Frieda products on TV, I decided to try out one of their salons. Last month I went to see Ava. She is new on the floor but she was very thorough with my consultation, so polite and professional. I loved my highlights. Will be back in a couple of months for more!
by WendyPx, 10 Jan 2013
I love this John Frieda! I've been having my colour done by Louise for years, and she's a genius. Stevie is my favourite stylist - calm, quiet and really talented. If you want a great blowdry, ask for Jonathan - he's amazing and very funny. I really wouldn't go anywhere else.
by Christi.d, 19 Apr 2012
I've been going to Josie for the last couple of years. She always makes my hair look fantastic, the style lasts two months, and she doesn't indulge in useless chit-chat. She is a professional.
by Digenean, 12 Feb 2011
Quiet, understated and informal (if you want flashy, go to the John Frieda in Mayfair!). The stylists and colourists I've had have all been excellent - other professional hairdressers always tell me how good my colour is - although they are not the speediest on record and I do think that being charged £3.50 for a cup of tea is outrageous when you are already paying £90 for a haircut or £180 for highlights...
by rivermoose, 01 Jul 2010
I've had my hair cut by Josie for the past 3 years. She is amazing! I hardly have to style my hair and you can tell it's been cut really well. Plus staff are always very friendly.
by little v, 17 Feb 2010
Recently saw Jessie and Damon - great fun and fantastic results. Would recommend!
by boo901, 06 Sep 2009
So I went to get some highlights with William. I felt that he listened to exactly what I wanted and achieved a really natural look. Affordable too.
by Lucyxxx, 11 Jul 2009
All my stylist cared about was finishing my haircut as quickly as possible and he kept talking about all the other people he had to fit in.
by shooting_star_15, 27 Jun 2009
Visited for first time last week and definitely wouldn't go back again. The guy who cut my hair seemed not to understand what I wanted done and gave me an unflattering and very dull style, completely different to what I asked for. The salon is very crowded, with way too many people in so small a space. There seemed to be lots of trainees and assistants just standing and watching as you had your hair done, which was just weird. Stylist kept disappearing off to talk to other people and find things.
Overall, I definitely wouldn't go back again and I've had way better haircuts for far far less than £50. I'm actually going to another hairdressers go get it recut tomorrow. Shoddy.
by TopNotch, 27 Jun 2009
Service was awful, way too overpriced. Stylists all seemed far too up their own backsides to worry about their clients. AVOID!
by doodaaday (2 reviews
), 12 Jun 2009
If you want good hair colour, go to Louise at the John Frieda New Cavendish St Branch. She is very good. She did mine perfectly - with depth, not just flat colour.
by tynegirl, 06 Jun 2009
Recently I went to John Frieda for the first time and was recommended George and Richard. The outcome was absolutely tremendous. I can guarantee I will be back to see them both within the next few months!
by Harriet1965, 21 Apr 2009
Chris used to cut my hair. He was brilliant, but has now left the salon (anyone know where he went?). Since then have not been pleased. Last cut by Stacey - she didn't listen to me, was far too quick and slapdash, and the cut just wasn't good enough. Will probably try their Mayfair branch now.
by debvenushart, 18 Apr 2009
Wow, what a hair cut! Not the fastest in the world but the attention to detail was incredible. I felt as if every hair on my head had been cut and styled individually. Paid about £80 and it's the best my hair has ever looked! I felt very confident in my stylist from the moment he finished our in-depth consultation; he looks like a young rocker but cuts with a great eye and experience.
by HeatherRed, 23 Mar 2009
OMG. If you don't want to pay £120 for a shampoo, cut and blow dry ask for Damon. I only pay £70 for a shampoo, cut and blow dry. He had just come back from USA road show with John Frieda and does a great cut - such a perfectionist. I live in rural France so I don't get over often enough, but it always lasts 3 months plus.
by Lyndasnajda, 07 Nov 2008
Good haircut, with a real sense of style - even my husband noticed the difference! Very expensive though: £120 for a shampoo, cut and blow dry. Was the cut worth the money? Not sure...
by valinette (3 reviews
), 14 Jan 2008
The 'Sheer Blonde' shampoo and conditioner works wonders.
by chickpea (2 reviews
), 11 Nov 2007
I visited John Frieda recently and just wanted to say how much I loved it there. The whole experience, from the gorgeous girls on the desk to the amazingly helpful juniors right through to the talented stylist who did my hair, was wonderful. They all went out of their way to make me feel comfortable and special. In doing that, they've got themselves a loyal client for life. I highly recommend John Frieda.
by Anonon, 23 Jan 2007
I've been going to John Frieda for about 8 years and have had a consistently good experience. The staff are very friendly and excellent at what they do. The way it differs to other salons is in how long the style stays after each cut. I find I can get away with longer gaps between visits and still look OK. I would recommend it highly.
by Anonymous, 13 Dec 2006
I visited them to get a haircut, blow dry and some highlights for my birthday in September and it was fantastic. Very nice atmosphere at the salon. I wasn't sure if they could manage afro hair that had been relaxed (straightened) previously but the end result looked fab. Would recommend. Most of my birthday party guests asked where I got my hair done!
by miamiheat, 07 Dec 2006
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