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A breath of fresh hair: new salon coming to Nailsworth

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A new hair salon is set to open in Nailsworth.

Popular Nailsworth hairdresser Grahame Everett is swapping his work station at Blushes on Bridge Street – moving a stone’s throw to 6 The Old George, Fountain Street, which previously housed coffee shop Cavendish and Woodcock.

Grahame is embedded in the Nailsworth hairdressing scene – founding and running Cutting Corner for 13 years before creating C2 in the same building.

He eventually sold his business to current occupiers Blushes, where he remained as an employee for the last seven years.

Grahame’s new salon is due to open in December, but in the meantime he’s offering a bespoke Hair at Home by Grahame – details HERE 

Grahame said: “I am delighted to announce that I will be opening my new hair salon, Grahames – without an apostrophe.

“Work is already under way and we hope to open our doors at the beginning of December.

“I’ve had a loyal client base from Nailsworth, and many have been with me right from the start and I’m very grateful.”

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A new hairdressers is coming to Nailsworth Pic: Matt Bigwood

The spacious new salon will operate with a large number of work stations, Grahame added: “I’m going to have roughly 15 work stations and will have 15 self-employed stylists .

“The salon will be very comfortable, air conditioned, luxurious, real coffee, soft drinks and a friendly family vibe.

“We are going to introduce a very transparent self-employed rent a chair business model, but the stylists will have assistants to help them and can use a multi-chair platform, meaning no dead time for the stylist, this will guarantee a never before income for the stylists and a very full and vibrant salon – I can’t wait to get started.”

 

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