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A Cut Above
  • 232 High Street
    A Cut Above
    Beckenham
    Kent
    BR3 1EN
Visit A Cut Above hairdressers in Beckenham High Street for all hairdressing services and ORGANIC hair colouring!

 

Situated on Beckenham High Street, A Cut Above offers residents of Bromley an extremely high standard of hairdressing services at extremely affordable prices.

 

 

Organic Colour System exclusive salon!

A Cut Above is the only hairdresser in Beckenham and the surrounding areas in Bromley that uses Organic Colour Systems products and who offers natural, organic hair colouring and hair extensions..

Why use unnecessary chemicals in your hair, when you can have natural organic ingredients that protect and care for your hair?

The organic range at A Cut Above in Beckenham has proved especially popular recently. Organic hair products are ideal for those who are conscious of the damage and ill effects that can arise when using regular chemical dyes.

 

Sinaid McGarvey, owner of A Cut Above hairdressing salon in Beckenham near Bromley believes in providing her customers with cutting-edge new styles and colours without the fear of an adverse reaction. It's all about giving everyone a quality experience. 

 

As high quality hair consultants, A Cut Above offers the full range of hairdressing services, including cut, blow dry, shampoo & set, hair treatments, hair extensions,straightening, perms and all colouring services. Stockists of L'Oreal and GHD products.

 

Call A Cut Above hairdressers in Beckenham, Bromley on 020 8650 0789 for a full consultation that will ensure you receive the hair cut, hair extensions or colour that you want.

Open 7 days a week - click here for the price list.


 

 

When contacting A cut Above hairdressers in Beckenham, please remember to mention that you found them on The Best of Bromley

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