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New salon seeking stylists ahead of opening


A new salon owner is seeking stylists ahead of a December opening.

Popular Nailsworth hairdresser Grahame Everett has swapped 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 and will open his new salon on Monday, December 4th.

The spacious new salon will operate with a large number of work stations, Grahame revealed: “We have 15 work stations and 10 self-employed stylists in the team so far, but I’m looking to recruit five more full-time stylists and four part-time and one more apprentice.”

Grahames Nailsworth 2 | New salon seeking stylists ahead of opening
Builder Matthew Stevens and Grahame Everett Pic: Matt Bigwood

“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.”

The swanky new salon is being created by Grahame’s close friend and builder Matthew Stevens.

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Grahame Everett with the building team from M S Building & Renovation Ltd, Tetbury Pic: Matt Bigwood

“Matthew and his team are doing a brilliant job and the salon is going to look great,” added Grahame.

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

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