WEDNESDAY, 29 JUNE 2011
Clients are pleased that we are now accepting payment by card and you can now also book online by going to https://www.zeitgeisthair.com/ or following the link on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zeitgeist-Hair/196860000358780
The latest addition to the salon is an iPad for use by clients, great news for those who are waiting for a hair colour to process. You can be achieving that sun kissed hair look whilst browsing online holiday brochures, checking your emails or catching up with friends on Facebook at the same time.
We’ve all been busy during our first 3 months and not just with cutting and colouring.
Amy has introduced a Hot Towel Wet Shave for men. This is a 45 minute relaxing traditional wet shave facial treatment. For Father’s and throughout June we were offering a Fathers day package of Wet Shave and Hair Cut for £55.00, a saving of £15.00. Other offers will be coming out over the summer so look out for them on here or on our Facebook page.
Amy has also donated shave & cuts vouchers to local schools to be used as fundraising prizes.
Fabulous Fridays On all Fridays throughout the summer we will be offering a full head of highlights and a cut and finish for £100.00. A saving of £31.00 This offer is proving very popular so if you’re considering a full head of highlights and cut book quickly to make sure you don’t miss out.
Becky and Jane are also introducing a new for summer look. With just a few highlights or block of vibrant colour through your darker hair. This is a low maintenance look for those who don’t want too much upkeep and costs just £45.00
Anna has been busy in Moscow coaching a student with 5 days of intense training where they were making a collection inspired the great photographer of the 1950’s and 60s, Richard Avedon.
Debbie attended the charity quiz night at the Cross Inn in Heptonstall and although she didn’t excel in the 80’s quiz she did donate a hair cut to the auction which was successfully bid for by Jane Edwards who came in for her cut the following day . The night raised a grand total of £1,152 for Women v Cancer
supporting the three cancer charities; Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, Breast Cancer Care and Ovarian Cancer Actions.
Receptionists Naomi and Kath have been encouraging clients to get clicking and help grow the salon’s collection of bunting to cheer Carlton Street as part of the Arts Festival’s Yarn storming of the town. They also serve a mean cup of fresh coffee and on are on to help make sure that clients get the very best from their visit to the salon.
Look out for our next blog where we will posting some photos of all our activities.