Important Notice 10/04/2021 – Reopening of Silk Trends Hair Salon
We’re Re-Opening on Tuesday 13th April 2021 at 10am, and we’re so excited!
After 4 months of lockdown, we’re pleased to let you know that the Government have confirmed hairdressers are now allowed to open our doors to our dearly missed customers, from 12th April. We need to take a day to get set up properly so we will open on Tuesday 13th April.
We have been inundated with calls and messages from our customers who are in desperate need of a trim, colouring, treatments… you name it we’ve been asked, and we are just so happy to finally be able to say – YES, please come and our stylists will be more than happy to assist.
We appreciate that you may have some concerns over safety, but we would like to reassure you that we have rigorously carried out a risk assessment to ensure our premises are safe for you and our team, and we are following government guidelines.
Book your appointment by calling 0208 529 8000 from 10am on Tuesday 13th April.
We specialise in transforming, rejuvenating and revitalising damaged and unruly hair
Is your hair dull, dry and lacking TLC? Are you ready for a new hair style?
You’ve come to the right place.
Inject a new lease of life into your hair style by calling our hair redesign team now on 0208 529 8000 to get your next head turning hair style.
Silk Trends is an award winning Afro and European hair design salon and hairdressing training academy dedicated to making you look and feel fantastic. We make sure you feel relaxed and comfortable during your service, and ensure you receive the highest customer care and satisfaction.
We’ve sourced the best products for your hair service and we offer a luxurious range of home hair care products such as L’Oreal, Avlon and KeraStraight, as well as advice to ensure your new style is maintained in between salon visits.
Our Mission is to supply you with services and products that will make you look and feel fantastic. We want you to leave feeling 100% satisfied, saying “my hair feels like silk”.